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Submitted by combocaster 759d ago | review

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Review | ComboCaster

As in previous games this begins with the player to get to a new city, which will be the president. From what I remember from previous games this is the first that's really the goal, which is to revitalize the city. As is usual in the series will find a city full of colorful characters anthropomorphic animals.

The beginning of the game is taken to choose the location of our house to know the most important inhabitants of the city and end up finally taking over as new mayor. To achieve the goal of revitalizing the city will have a lot to do and most of the time will pass you make money, which as in the real world is very important, because all the important buildings require money, enough money. In addition there are still many things to happen that require payments as debts. (3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf) 9/10

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