Reviews and Problems with Animal Crossing: City Folk / Animal Crossing: Let's go to the City
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more realistic and charming.
Don Zhao, Amazon
30 September 2015
Summary: The trees and grass have very natural fading, the houses are unique and cute with their little chimneys, and all the animals appear to have a furry texture that seems to be new to ACNL. They've changed the sizes of the animals and the main character, too, making them more realistic and charming.
Summary: My girlfriend absolutely loves this game. It's apparently the last one before they made some major alterations to the game (which she did not enjoy). You can really spend hours on any single task and totally get lost in it, which is a great feeling of nostalgia.
Summary: This game gets boring fast. There is only so many things you can do in one day (Talk to neighbors, help neighbors, go shopping, sell fruit to collect money, go fishing or bug catching to collect money, dig for fossils etc.) and after doing those things for a while you get bored.
Alright life-sim game, but missing alot of features!
Timothy Smith, Amazon
17 June 2015
Summary: This game is the 3rd game in the Animal Crossing series. This game is a sequel of Animal Crossing for Gamecube and DS Wild World. The game blends the two mentioned games together, so you get aspects of both games.
Summary: My 10 yr old wanted this for his birthday and he loves it. All my kids play it and have lots of fun. They also really like the 3DS version, that is why they insisted I buy the Wii version. I am happy with this purchase. There is no difference between the Selects or original version.