Summary: Animal crossing Gc is a wonderfull never ending game based in your fictional town *town name*. Iv had this game for years and I still play it to this day, it's my favorite game in the series. This game nevers ends and you will probaly keep coming back for more.
Summary: I remember randomly getting this game because it looked different and because I love simulation games. It was a great choice and I almost cried when my dad went and sold y gamecube without telling me! I have stuck to the series and have all the games (besides the one for Gamecube).
Summary: I remember playing this at my aunt's house with my cousins. The fact that the game's $5.99 shocked me. The game is amazing, and I love how bits of it were brought back in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, like Kapp'n on his boat and Rover on his train.
Summary: This is my favorite game and I still play it almost every day (yes I have taken breaks from it, but always seem to come back wanting more after I've been away for awhile). I still love this version of Animal Crossing the best - I own and have played all other US versions and continue to look forward...
Summary: This game is a classic for most people who played on the GameCube. It's graphics aren't the greatest! (Probably from the fact that it was meant to come out on the Nintendo 64!) But it's fun to play for about a half hour or so each day, and is more relaxing than most other games out there.
Summary: This is the game that started it all, I believe, if you want to introduce yourself, or someone else, to Animal Crossing you should start with this game. Wild World (for the Ds) and City Folk (for the wii) are all great, but those games lack some great features the original has.
Summary: I seriously love this game! Its nearly impossible to get frustrated with it! You come into town on a train and talk to Rover, where you name yourself and name the town. Then, you come into town and meet Tom Nook, where you pick a house and soon work for him! I didnt exactly like working for Mr.