Submitted by Simeon Paskell 862d ago | review

Animal Crossing New Leaf Review | D+PAD

D+PAD Magazine writes:

The Twitter search results for #ACNL will tell you more about Animal Crossing New Leaf’s inimitable appeal in 140 (or fewer) characters than I could possibly hope to over the course of a lengthy review. From the ecstatic: “GUYS! I HAVE A DOUBLE RAINBOW IN MY TOWN!” to the poignant: “Sometimes, it feels like you’ll never meet the villager you were meant to be with”, to the appreciative: “Isabelle, for all your hard work, your own bathroom by town hall!”, the response via social media to New Leaf which, in series terms, reaches new heights of personalisation and communication, is richly appropriate. (3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf) 5/5

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