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Submitted by ICC_06 731d ago | opinion piece

Animal Crossing in the social networking age

MMGN: Games are realising that we’re sharing our experiences more and more, but New Leaf seems to have been built around a superior understanding of what, exactly, this means about how we play. (3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf)

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