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Submitted by Pozzle 650d ago | review

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Review | Leveled Up

The greater ability for customisation, including more creatures and new ways to catch them, and the vastly improved multiplayer functionality all serve as a testament to how much effort Nintendo have put into making New Leaf a game with greater longevity, that should keep you playing for a long time to come. So if you haven’t got it yet, go sell some fruit and bugs and purchase a copy now. (3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf) 5/5

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