Reviews and Problems with Animal Crossing: City Folk / Animal Crossing: Let's go to the City
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only one town can be made! otherwise need to buy 2 Wii systems for house.
18 November 2013
Summary: I played the first version on Nintendo Cube, this sadly, can't make more than one town, unless buy another Wii, it's like finding random friends on Facebook games grrrr! The people I would play with are in my house etc. Other than that its fun game for everyone! making a "perfect town" drives me nuts, and watering flowers UGH BORING!
Summary: Wii Speak used almost as little as the vitality was talked about. Also, City Folk although decent for a Wii game is just an upgraded Wild World from the DS. Dont spend your money on this when you can get a portable version or wait for the 3DS version which looks to be the update the series needed.
Summary: First, I love Nintendo. I love their games and I loved loved loved their first Animal Crossing. So when City Folk came out I was really excited. Then I was let down. Don't get me wrong there are some new things to do but everything is more expensive and traveling in to the city is well , not all that is cracked up to be. The cute Kappa ( Captain) who use to row you to the island now takes you to the city but he is kind of pervy.. its weird.
Summary: work tried 2 day grow farm many sell to store for more money save long tried farm 500 bells all total miss 15000 bells think high more hard month 2 tried will bored chat need play other bored every walk animel crossing city folk good story.
Summary: I can still remember the first time I ever played Animal Crossing. The graphics were bad, the storyline, well, non-existant, but something about the wide-eyed characters with funny colored hair and triangle dresses caught my attention. So I went home, begged my parents for this amazing game, and bought the Gamecube to go along with it. As anyone whose played these games know, it quickly lost it's appeal.
Summary: I *still* play Animal Crossing, but "City Folk" was severely lacking most of the charm and fun of the original. The way the character moves and the way the scenery rolls by has changed, which I felt was a bad mistake, and the Gyroids are gone. I was hoping for an extension of Animal Crossing, but this game was more of a foul ball, it just missed its target something fierce. I do not know what Nintendo was thinking making so many changes.
Summary: If you have never owned an Animal Crossing game before, then you will love it - especially if you have friends to play with. Nothing much has changed since the Gamecube and DS versian all the way to this one... except a few online enhancements (like the optional voice hardware for Wii - which costs a lot more). This game gets old FAST if you have owned any of the previous games.
Summary: This game is totally addictive- I thought it looked pretty stupid when I saw commercials for it but it is a blast to play. HOWEVER, that being said, if you purchase this game be sure to do a good deal of research before beginning. There are a lot of things that you will not be made aware of until you are already well into the game and it feels like it is too late to start it over as you have built up an inventory, developed friendships with your neighbors, and paid off...
Summary: Please do not get me wrong, this is a great game IF you have never owned Animal Crossing for the game cube or the Nintendo DS. If you have and are expecting something different, you will be extremely disappointed. It is almost exactly the same as the previous two editions with only a few changes.
Summary: This Animal Crossing is virtually identical to Animal Crossing: Wild World... with a few added features. Since most reviews talk about the good stuff, let's talk about the bad. Worst of all... paths! In this installment of the game, you can create your own paths by going over a certain area numerous times. And the grass takes a looooong time to grow back. So areas like ramps and bridges will always be surrounded by ugly splotches of dirt.