Reviews and Problems with Animal Crossing: Wild World
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Animal Crossing: Wild World DS Review
30 May 2010
Excerpt: Animal Crossing is an impossible game to review. Every game is different, every experience unique. Having realised this, I almost gave up trying to review it. Almost. Animal Crossing first saw the (Japanese) light of day on the N64, which hardly comes as a surprise given the cutesy nature of the...
Conclusion: WHAT SCORE TO GIVE IT: If your web site, blog or magazine scores games out of 5 give it 5/5. If you score things out of 10 give it 10/10. If you use the archaic percentage system give it 97 percent because anything more than that makes you look stupid like those American magazines who give games 100...
Excerpt: Whatever you've heard about Animal Crossing, before we start, I have to correct a misconception you may have about it. Animal Crossing isn't so much a game as a way of life. If you buy Animal Crossing expecting a game then you're going to get bored rather quickly and inevitably be disappointed.
Excerpt: Developer: Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo Features: 1 player 2 – 4 players Wireless (multi-card play) 2 – 4 players Internet Animal Crossing - Wild World doesn’t have a storyline in the standard game definition.
Excerpt: The Animal Crossing series has had its share of success, from a
moderately successful run in Japan for the Nintendo 64 game, and a
highly successful run worldwide for the Gamecube remake. Both were
well-made, but were unfortunately lacking in content.
Excerpt: Animal Crossing: Wild World is a clever and engaging game that has taken the traditional simulation game and transformed it into a ‘personal MMO.’ On Monday, April 10, 2006, 105,833 players logged in and played the game, according to the statistics on Nintendoâ€™s Wi-Fi gaming hub.