Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival Review for Wii U [Nintendo Enthusiast]

"Usually people read a review to see some of the shortcomings of a game, perhaps to gauge how good the game truly is and to make a choice for themselves on whether to buy the title or not. Let me save you the trouble, because Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival is terrible. The game is a just a guise for Nintendo to rob its most faithful customers of their money, loyalty, and time. Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival is bankrupt of creativity, fun, and any sort of heart. In fact, the game makes my heart ache for a truly good Animal Crossing game, considering this is a second in the matter of months to let down. Unfortunately, Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival is so devoid of any merit, that it even makes Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer look like a pinnacle of excellence" - Nintendo Enthusiast.

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DonkeyDoner3172d ago (Edited 3172d ago )

even their fans realize this is just a middle finger to any animal crossing fans

DragoonsScaleLegends3172d ago (Edited 3172d ago )

Well I still think the first in the series is the best, you just can't get better than trading and playing a virtual NES.

benji1013172d ago

Game is made for 6 year old Japanese girls. Anyone buying it other than crazy Animal crossing fans are nuts.

Inzo3172d ago

This game is for kids and I'll bet you that they will give it a 10. Review the game in context.

Gammalad3171d ago

I took the game to my friends house and had his kids play it. They got bored in less than hour, and thought the gameplay was unfair. Then we played Mario Party 7 and had a blast. So they did not give it a 10, so pay up.

Lionalliance3172d ago

This is what i keep hearing from other people, is boring.

PlatinumGX3172d ago

1 point for each bundled amiibo, and .5 for the looks.

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Knushwood Butt1229d ago

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