Summary: Graphics sucks a little bit, with the text and the animations. Sounds are good except the music is not so good but the animalese sounds are ok, except it should sound like WW/CF/NL's animal sounds. And the gameplay is excellent, with making the perfect town, customize your house, etc. but it needs improvement with the slingshots, timer, watering can and stuff. Flowers can't stay perfect forever.
Summary: Animal Crossing is a sim game where you play as a new member of a small town. Your days are comprised of earning bells (money), planting flowers and trees, fishing, digging, and handling menial labor tasks for the other resident.
Summary: though it did get very old at times, it was very fun to play and make money and fill my house with all that cool stuff and fill up the museum, it would get kind of old after a while but i still thought it was very enjoyable in the end no matter what
Summary: this is a good game, and it's kind of like real life, I don't know how to describe it, but there are lots of items to collect, this uses the interior clock of your gamecube or wii to set the time of the day.
Summary: When I first played this game at my friends' house I loved it! So I wounded up buying it for myself. Lets just say I couldn't put it down. I was just glued to my seat hour after hour. The best part about this game is exsending your house and The Nook. The game begains when you come off of the train and you don't have enough to pay for your house. So you have to work for Tom Nook to pay it off.
Summary: Animal Crossing is the premiere mixture of cuteness, realism, and variety. The graphics are very good, considering that this is actually an emulation of Dubutsimorri (or something like that: It means Animal Forest) that first came out on N64 in JAPANESE! Yep, those Japanese make some pretty up to snuff games! I've played that one a bit, and the graphics are exactly the same (note, I do not speak Japanese).
Excerpt: "Though a good game, Animal Crossing is very different to how I thought it would be when I bought it. First of all, there is no running storyline and there is no way to 'complete it'. It is very similar to the Sims and similar games in this respect, but lacks the certain je ne sais quoi that the sims series has. With Animal Crossing i found myself doing the same things every day without any real gains: you could catch all the fish and insects, and ...
Pros: simple yet good, easy to leave and come back to
Excerpt: "...consoles and when I heard animal crossing was coming to the UK I was getting quite excited, I had considered importing it but I thought it would be worth the wait. How wrong was I! The game is a disappointment, for me anyway I am 21 and the game is aimed at younger folk but normally I can get on with things like that, I think anyone under the age of 10 is going to find this boring. I admit at first I thought it was quite good and I played it lots, ...
Excerpt: "...the internet can shut up. Animal Crossing has been the subject of one of the longest, loudest 'Bring It To Europe!' wed campaigns since... well, the last Nintendo game to make an upsittingly slow journey to our unfashionable continent. Now, 16 months after the US and something like 100 years since it first showed its face in Japan on the Nintendo 64 (remember that?), it's here. So, why all the fuss? Yes, it looks rubbish. Yes, this PAL version inexplicable ...