Animal Crossing Video Game
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- "In New Leaf, you're appointed mayor and has to better the town by planting flowers, building pubic works projects, and making friends with your villagers." in 38 reviews
- "I love this game, It's so much fun, it's amazing though, because all you do is just run around fishing, catching bugs, digging and paying bells and finding things for your house but I spend hours playing it and don't even feel like I have!" in 34 reviews
- "Having a game run in real time with your system's internal clock was also exciting, because it added a whole new dimension to the gameplay." in 23 reviews
- "The simulation of the town, the interesting characters, the unlockables, and the many activities that you can do with this game will keep you entertained for a long time." in 13 reviews
- "I never liked how the game almost punishes you for not playing every day by making neighbors move without your permission when you haven't played for awhile, but I still absolutely LOVE the game." in 12 reviews
I LOVED this game. And the truth is, that I didn't enjoy the versions on the WII or DS as much as the original.
This game really doesn't have an ending or an antagonist, but it is still quite fun.
There are a variety of animal characters and quite a bit you can do in the town. The only downside (according to some) is that there is no real point. You never technically "win" the game, you only advance until you have the biggest house, complete furniture sets, and a full museum, among any other object you've collected. There's something simplistically comforting about it though. If you like a challenge, this is not the game for you. This is geared toward relaxed gamers, ones who enjoy the freedom without the fear of "losing" or messing up.
I still play it, and I'm 19.
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