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Submitted by MattyG 686d ago | article

Animal Crossing Apocalypse: After the End of the Wild World

Do you remember 2005's Animal Crossing: Wild World? I sure do. Despite its mild nature and repetitive content, I found myself alarmingly addicted to the game and continued playing it for an hour or two each day for months after I completed my review of the game. Eventually, I had to quit cold turkey. But lately I've found myself wondering how time had marched ahead in the nearly seven years since I last visited. Had my carefully arranged gardens been replaced with weeds? Had my animal pals moved away en masse? Had termites consumed my house or razed the biodiversity of fruit trees I had painstakingly cultivated through visiting other towns and promoting the growth of new seed types? (Animal Crossing: Wild World, Nintendo DS)

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