ONM writes: "Let's get this out of the way first so that there's no confusion. If you owned the GameCube version of Animal Crossing then this Wii sequel is more of an update than a proper, brand new game. Your enjoyment of it will depend on whether you don't mind going through many of the same tasks again, and how much you'll make use of the game's Wi-Fi features. As a result, the majority of this review is mainly for the benefit of those who didn't have Animal Crossing on the GameCube, since for them Let's Go To The City will feel like a much newer experience.
In case you're not familiar with the Animal Crossing series and have played neither the GameCube game nor its DS sequel, allow us to fill you in. Animal Crossing is a life simulation game in which you take control of a character who's recently moved to a new town. After finding a house and meeting the neighbours, you pretty much have free reign to do whatever you want in the village: go fishing, design clothes, buy and sell goods... there's a wide variety of options available to you."