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Submitted by s8anicslayer 575d ago | interview

How connected, social play changed Animal Crossing: an audience with New Leaf’s creators

Edge - "Animal Crossing: New Leaf’s western release this June saw US and EU players under the series’ spell once more, this time on 3DS; it inspired a new wave of online discussions about bug catching, fishing, fruit picking and fossil excavating in this Nintendo-authored second life. Here, we talk to director Aya Kyogoku and producer and series creator Katsuya Eguchi about what online has brought to the series, how their respective villages are shaping up and what’s next for Animal Crossing." (3DS, Animal Crossing: A New Leaf, Katsuya Eguchi)

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