Reviews and Problems with Animal Crossing: City Folk / Animal Crossing: Let's go to the City
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Value for money 9
Animal Crossing: Let’s go to the City
19 September 2014
Excerpt: One of the most popular GameCube games arrives on the Nintendo Wii that could be considered the Nintendo version of the "Sims", however more entertaining. This revival of the Animal Crossing franchise began on the Nintendo DS with Animal Crossing: Wild World and even allows you to move your...
Nintendo Rebuilds Last Gen's Open-Ended Hit Without Any Evolution
22 September 2009
Conclusion: Concept: A return to the freeform, pastoral universe of Animal Crossing
Graphics: The graphic detail, character models, and animations are decidedly old school, but this game is more about Nintendo's classic charm than tech specs
Sound: The soundtrack is fairly forgettable.
Summary: - Throughout this whole review I have been condemning Animal Crossing: City Folk has some horrible monstrosity, but fear not, this review was written entirely from the perspective of a man familiar with the franchise.
Excerpt: Most people play video games to get away from it all, unwind after a long day. Whether it be battling hordes of aliens on some barren world or saving princess’ from evil lizards, games or often used as a means to escape the real world.
Conclusion: Already, I am looking forward to a sequel, but the real question is whether there will actually be one? As much as I want this game to sell well, I have a feeling its’ uniqueness will keep it out of enough hands.
Life sim has homey charm, but similar to others in series.
Common Sense Media
17 February 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a life simulation game in which you become a citizen of a small community of anthropomorphic animals. If your child is old enough to have played the original Animal Crossing on the GameCube, this game is not that different.
Conclusion: Animal Crossing: City Folk is one of the most charming and entertaining life sims out there, with lots to explore and experience. All in all, players probably won't complain much. It's true that this game is an expanded rehash of the DS version, but in this case, that's not a bad thing.
Excerpt: After the quite brilliant Animal Crossing: Wild World on Nintendo DS, Nintendo fans have been waiting excitedly for the inevitable Wii follow-up. It's been three years since that game hit Japanese stores, so just what has Nintendo managed to conjure up in that time?