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Submitted by NinjaRichParty 407d ago | opinion piece

Animal Crossing Could Learn Something From Tomodachi Life

Rich Drummond of Gaming Tech United writes:

"The customization, the quirky animals and the social aspects are all things that make Animal Crossing such an awesome game. Personally I really enjoy my time playing any of the installments and even found myself as somewhat of an addict while playing New Leaf. With as much love as I have for the series there is one problem that has always troubled me and I believe that Tomodachi Life, a new game from Nintendo, may have just found the answer." (3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Tomodachi Life)

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Codewow  +   408d ago
I have a completely different opinion on life sims. I like what Animal Crossing does, but I do agree that not being able to play for a few days and you find out someone moved out because you didn't interact at all is a bit much.

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