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Submitted by Broll 695d ago | opinion piece

Animal Crossing Is the Most Hardcore Game You'll Ever Play

CCC Says: "I remember when the first Animal Crossing came out for the Nintendo GameCube. I waited impatiently for months prior to the launch, soaking up as much information as possible on this revolutionary new title, this casual game that follows a clock and calendar and has the seasons changing in game as they do outside the game. Menial tasks such as fishing, bug hunting, home decor, and mingling with neighbors were fresh experiences I was dying to try. When I finally got my hands on the original game, it sucked me in immediately, and it kept me hooked for well over a year later. I can honestly say that only a few days escaped without me at least visiting my town for my routine errands. But that was long before I was married with children, so it was a lot easier to steal myself away to Animal Crossing whenever I so desired." (3DS, Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing 3DS, Wii U)

Canary  +   695d ago
I agree with this.

Mostly because I'm of the opinion that "hardcore" is synonymous with "casual."

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