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Animal Crossing New Leaf 3DS
The charming community-building franchise returns for the Nintendo 3DS. This version includes a number of options new to Animal Crossing, including the ability to become the head of the village and boost its development, a way to install certain items in the village to make its characteristics more personalized for each player, and the ability to view homes of other players who are tagged through StreetPass connections.
Create your very own happy place in the wonderful world of Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Full of lovable characters and fun activities, Animal Crossing lets you shape your world to your heart's content. Come in and look around-and see why there's no other place quite like it.
There are no points or levels, just an amazing array of sights and sounds, places and activities...all yours to explore. Spend your time passing new ordinances-or going fishing. Hang out at a coffee shop or visit a tropical island. It's all up to you.
Your game is what you make it-and personalizing your world is part of the fun. Create cool patterns for clothing or furniture, build new structures in your town, design gardens and museum displays, and so much more.
Time passes in the world of Animal Crossing just as it does in real life. Celebrate holidays and see the seasons change. Meet new visitors or get gifts from your neighbors. There's always something special to look forward to.
The great outdoors can play as big a part in Animal Crossing as you want it to. Spend time planting trees, picking fruit, digging for fossils, and arranging flowers. Grab a net and fishing rod to collect all kinds of insects and fish. Or just sit back and enjoy the scenery.
As you build your town, new animals will move in and say "hello." There are dozens of charming characters in the game to get to know. You can even visit the towns of other players (either online or locally) and invite the characters you meet along the way to move to your town.
One of the many fun things to do in Animal Crossing is finding ways to spend your Bells (the local currency). Collect furniture for your dream home, buy new clothes, or shop at the flea market. With hundreds of items to buy, sell, or trade, there's always shopping to do.
Animal Crossing New Leaf 3DS
3 Days ago
Time To Turn Over A New Leaf
To describe Animal Crossing and make it sound like a fun game is difficult. It's one of those titles you really have to play to decide on whether you'll like it. It is in a word. Addicting.
Think of Harvest Moon meets The Sims, and you'll have a vague idea of what Animal Crossing is like. You start off with your town, a largish area which has rivers, trees, flowers, beaches and a handful of houses, beyond that is the city area which houses the shops. And what do you do with this town? Kill the inhabitants? Go on a quest to find a Princess? Nope, instead you fish, catch bugs and buy and sell things for money.
Sounds boring you say? The charm from Animal Crossing comes from being able to just pick up the console and relax, while you can complete all of your tasks in a day you'll find yourself drawn in for longer periods of time, you'll be wanting to catch more fish and bugs so you can get that next house, or even just to improve your town in general, or maybe just want to fill up the Museum some more.
Each of the animals in the game (there are over 300) have their unique personality and really make the town come alive, they'll stop for chats, give you items and even ask for your help in changing how they talk, however some will be an annoyance from the start, as they plonk their houses down above your fruit trees or give you funny looks as they walk past. It's all part of the fun in the game.
The time passes in real time too, from small things like different bugs and fish appearing at different days to shop opening times. Seasons change too, again affecting the things you can catch and also the different events that are dotted.
A new feature in the Animal Crossing New Leaf game is the ability to become a Mayor, this results in you being able to change a good deal of things around the town. Hate where that bridge is? Move it! Want a Police Station or Reset Centre? Build it! Of course these cost a great deal of bells (the currency) so you'll be needing to do more to earn them.
House Customization has also taken a huge improvement, not only can you change the interior (with thousands of items with themes such as Sports, Space, Luxury, Mermaid and even Nintendo) you can also change how your house looks, want a modern style with fences? Done, or maybe a more classical style with hedges and a wooden mailbox? Done. The possibilities are endless.
There's a multi-player aspect of the game too, which is basically inviting your friends to your town, or you go to theirs and hanging out, take in a spot of fishing, or compete on the island. It's all very relaxing and really feels like you are bonding with people for who they are, and not how they are doing with killing.
The music in the game is worth mentioning too, every hour of the day has a different tune, some being rather tranquil during the day while night starts to feel somewhat chilling, it's well worth taking some time out just to listen to things.
Animal Crossing is so casual it's hardcore, the game is very demanding and you feel like you are making a commitment to the animals by visiting every day, lest you want a town full of weeds, dead flowers and no animal friends. As of writing I have sunk about 40 hours into the title and have barely touched the surface of this game.
Overall it's a game that I feel everyone should try at some point, it's like having your own mini holiday from home/
Hundreds of Hours worth of gameplay
Far too many things to do
Actually socialising with friends
Amount of customization is amazing
Very time demanding, need to play at least 15 mins every day
Doesn't really feel like a game
Tom Nook works for Microsoft
“Really would like this digital too, but as I only have Amazon vouchers to get it with, and it's the cheapest of all the games in the deal on Amazon, then it looks like I'll have to get a physical copy and get another game digital instead.”
Gloria (Mutant Camel)
4 Days ago
“Kinda wish I got this on Digital too. It's way more suited to it. Just noticed my playtime at 26 hours since Thursday. XD Between that and Fire Emblem it feels like I played so much. (kinda odd since I been on P4 the past 3 weeks or so and it's only at 36 hours playtime tho :/”
4 Days ago
“just checked my account on the nintendo website and found my free download code,but no email from nintendo with it which is how they said it would be delivered.if you are in the same situation i would suggest a call to their website.here i come tom nook.”
6 Days ago
“Cant wait to get my free code for this from nintendo so i can play it.come on ninty dont keep me waiting.”
6 Days ago
“It's my first Animal Crossing game and so far I am loving it”
6 Days ago
“Still in two minds about this, might have to see if I can find one of the other games in the buy 3 get one free promotion on the cheap so I can download this for free.”
Gloria (Mutant Camel)
6 Days ago
“This is literally the perfect game for a digital download, always there on your SD card for a quick orange picking session, no matter what cart you have in your system.”
6 Days ago
“my wife loved it she didnt put it down for hours! but i had nothing to play last night i was so bored! lol”
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Animal Crossing New Leaf Trailer 3dsThe charming community-building franchise returns for the Nintendo 3DS. This version includes a number of options new to Animal Crossing, including the ability to become the head of the village and boost its development, a way to install certain items in the village to make its characteristics more personalized for each player, and the ability to view homes of other players who are tagged through StreetPass connections.
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