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Submitted by alexcosborn 864d ago | preview

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Preview | GameRevolution

GameRevolution:

"I haven't gone back to Animal Crossing since the DS got its own spin-off of Nintendo's friendly home-owning simulator, Wild World. Having my town and its residents in my pocket made daily play a cinch and I quickly grew addicted to the experience, but I always felt like new mechanics were missing. How was it any different from the GameCube version I had spent dozens of hours on? Falling out of the Wild World experience hurt. I slowly spent days away from my town, and the denizens within recognized my disinterest." (3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf)

dbjj12088  +   864d ago
All this 3DS software has me worried for the Vita...

Good thing I have both though! Love my handhelds.
knifefight  +   864d ago
Loved the GameCube one, but it's been a while. I skipped the DS and Wii ones. Can't wait to jump back in!
daclynk  +   864d ago
i have to get this game now. i cant wait anymore.

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