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Submitted by lvl30 627d ago | review

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Review | Playing Out of Control Gaming

The recently released and highly anticipated Animal Crossing: New Leaf, has made its way onto the Nintendo 3DS with you in charge of your new animal-inhabited town. New Leaf is a stress-free, relaxing adventure that’s friendly for all ages. The game definitely shines on the portable 3DS, letting you play even while on the go. (3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf) 9/10

ion666  +   627d ago
1 question , why do people like this game ?. Oh god they said life simulation ....so you get to play yourself playing yourself on tv playing yourself .....???? lmao
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DarkBlood  +   627d ago
it consumes your soul lol, i must play this everyday
AceofStaves  +   627d ago
It's relaxing. Sometimes it's great to play a game where you collect things and interact with other characters rather thank kill enemies and blow things up.

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