Jamie Collins writes: "Animal Crossing: Let's Go To The City may seem an unlikely past time for a board game family, but it slowly drew us in and wrapped us up with the minutiae of its rich island. This is something we'd not experienced in a board game.
Animal Crossing: Let's Go To The City has easily been the most eagerly anticipated game for us, since making the foray from board games to their digital counterparts. The kids seemed to "get" it straightaway (or at least were not bothered by the issue of "getting" it): in their respective half hour debut slot they each managed to achieve a lot. Iona discovered a shop selling clothes and fabrics and had already produced some designs of her own. Aurora had made a full exploration of the town including the municipal buildings."