IGN - We explore the evolution of the series with its creators, and ask why people keep playing.
Its so addictive ^_^
I've been playing the DS version since 2006.
It's a great series thats why Although saying that I feel they don't add as much as they could into the games New Leaf features stuff which should of been in City Folk I really want them to get to the point where over time, if you want you can shape your ordinary town into anything you want as you expand it. I would love to be able to save enough bells to expand my town by a ton then create a small city with skyscrapers with apartments you can own and move your favourite neighbours into so you all live under one roof.
As a male adult, I have to admit that the Animal Crossing series is absolutely one of my favorites, the Gamecube version is still my favorite of the series, and I think the television commercials got me interested in it, they were set up like The Real World, and were cute, funny and the game kept playing even when you weren't, which was inventive at the time.
Love the Animal Crossing Universe so peaceful and makes me happy all the time I play this wonderful series, plus with all the bad krap happening in this world we inhabit, sitting down and playing this game just makes me happy and sometimes washes all the bad krap away =)
I'm going to try it out!
Hell no, I don't want to run around paying off my debt. That was the town for lost people who can't go nowhere and get to do errand for life. >sarcasm<
because it's complex while being simple and relaxing and fun to play.....that's why
I have been playing the one for the Wii and I am finding the games a bit stale, but hopefully the 3DS release will be hugely improved. It's still a fun series nonetheless, just has a lot of room for improvement.
I've honestly NOT played an animal crossing game, EVER! I will however try the 3DS version because Japan is really loving that game, so it has to be for a reason. I intend to find that reason and hopefully like the game.
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