Reviews and Problems with Animal Crossing: New Leaf
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Casual, Entertaining, and Stress Free
cj968655, Game Informer
3 weeks ago
Summary: Animal Crossing: New Leaf is the fourth game I have purchased for my NIntendo 3ds( a system I use largely for replaying my favorite ds games), and the game has made me reinvest my interest in my gaming handheld. Animal crossing provides casual, short play sessions which are perfect for on the go gaming, particularly between classes if currently in college or other busy lifestyles. .
Excerpt: I JUST LOVE THE GAME SO FUN WITH THE WEATHER AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN MY TOWN WAY BETTER GRAPHICS AND I MEAN WAY BETTER I GOT A GLIMCE OF THE FIRST BUT THIS HAS WAY BETTER GRAPHICS IF YOUR THINKING OF BUYING THIS GAME THEN BUY IT ITS AMAZING AND HAS TO BE 5 STARS!!!!!!!!
Pros: Easy to learn, Fun To Play, Graphics, Kid Appropriate, Multiplayer
Excerpt: I bought and play this game myself. I am a 31 year old mother of two. My son is 8 years old and also enjoys going around catching bugs and fishing. The only thing is, you really should be able to read to enjoy this game. There is not a ton of reading involved but in order to buy and sell the items you catch you should have an idea what you're doing. The gameplay is very relaxing. Sim like without the meters to keep you stressed.
Pros: Easy to learn, Fun To Play, Good Audio, Graphics, Kid Appropriate, Multiplayer
Excerpt: I think this game is great for kids old enough to read and all the way up to teenage years seem to really love the game. It's fun for them, it's clean (no mature content or issues with violence, etc.), I felt good about this purchase knowing it was a kid friendly format & content.
Pros: Challenging, Easy to learn, Fun To Play, Good Audio, Graphics, Kid Appropriate
Animal Crossing: New Leaf: I Don’t Know How to Quit You
Leah Christensen, Game Informer
27 September 2013
Summary: Describing Animal Crossing is like trying to describe the basic concept of time to a child, it is difficult to qualify. How long is an hour? How long is in a little bit? With Animal Crossing, you get a lot of "Well, you see, you go around the town and hit rocks with your shovel." You can go on and talk about fishing and beetle hunting and how eventually you'll get to go to an island, but the person you're having the conversation with will either give you a quizzical look...