Reviews and Problems with Animal Crossing: City Folk / Animal Crossing: Let's go to the City
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damn the wii remote
7 June 2014
Summary: i got addicted to this game when it was originally released for the GameCube, so i thought that i would give the Wii version a try. do not buy this unless you are willing to play using the Wii remotes. the Wii remotes just take the fun out of the game.
Summary: I played and loved the original Animal Crossing on the GCN. My wife and I both played the game, and it was so very innovative with the whole time aspect of it. We also got Animal Crossing on the DS, and also loved it.
Summary: Beware of Nintendo changes with online features! This was a good game, but as of May, 2014, Nintendo no longer supports the online functionality of this game. So...a big part of the game, which is visiting other cities, inviting "friends" to your city, doesn't not work anymore!
Summary: I absolutely adored the first Animal Crossing game for the GameCube. I'd play it every single day for about 2 years, filling up my catalog, hunting for bugs, fishing, getting all the fossils, trading items with friends, etc.
Summary: I would like to preface by saying I spent the first two months of playing Animal Crossing: City Folk playing it as I did my previous AC games and managed to kill all the grass in my town. At this point I started a new town.
Sometimes one tiny detail can make a difference...
D. Lloyd, Amazon
3 March 2009
Summary: Having played the Game Cube version to exhaustion I found City Folk to be just different enough to stir my interest again . However the grass bug left me bitterly dissapointed . I don't expect every aspect of the game to be easy , but this was too much .
It was great fun until my town turned into a wasteland....
Gail K., Amazon
26 January 2009
Summary: I got this game as a new to videogames player. I loved it. I thought it was cool that the snow seemed to be 'melting'. Then it snowed for two days straight, but I didn't get any more snow cover. I wondered why.
Somehow a crappier version of practically the same game
mrs j green, amazon.co.uk
14 June 2014
Summary: When the DS version of this came out, I loved playing it. It was something quirky and fun and a little bit different from having pets or defeating some 2D monster because to me it seemed like a nice game about real life (except from the fact there were talking dogs but it was still cool).