Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Nintendo's latest portable console.
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Warp2063 wrote:Nostalgia is demanding I play this. Logic is shaking its head no - it's a huge time drain, and I don't have the time to talk about time... or play games that get too repetitive and boring. Minecraft is repetitive, and I thought I'd get bored of it - but with gaps here and there to restore my juices, I usually think up a new fun design or five to try. It's the intellectual portion of these projects that draws me.
I still feel the same way, except now there's the added demands of "new and shiny, must have!" and "I have no money right now, don't even think about it."

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Anyone have Animal Crossing yet? Me and my brother bought it. I think it's the best Animal Crossing since the original.

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I bought it with beer money.

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Cross dressing confirmed.

10/10

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New Twig

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Ray wrote:New Twig
hurry up and buy it so we can make Infinity Co

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Okay guys, sell me on this game because I've neglected this series since it's inception, but feel I'm missing out whenever I go on twitter and that.

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AC Dasher wrote:I've neglected this series since it's inception
I have Wild World and City Folk, neither of which I've played yet. Wait, I played Wild World for a few minutes and started it. Still gotta play through that one, assuming there's even a main story to follow at all with Animal Crossing, or if it's all social. I don't actually know much about the game besides there's a lot of cute characters, a lot of home decorating, and a lot of collecting items. Which don't get me wrong, all sounds great, just don't know much more about the game.

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I like catching bugs in other games and collecting in general. I always thought Animal Crossing was Harvest Moon with furries (and despite the tone of that statement, it actually seems like a good thing).

And certain NC members always though the AC in AC Dasher was for 'Animal Crossing' haha

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AC Dasher wrote:I always thought Animal Crossing was Harvest Moon with furries
The clock is real time, which makes a huge difference. I get stressed out playing harvest moon trying to farm as much as possible during the short day. Animal crossing is really relaxing.

It's pretty inexplicable.

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Oh okay, that is a big plus for someone like me as well.

Yeah I only have owned one HM game in the past but didn't know that when I bought the game; yeah it's very stressful.

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Monkey wrote:The clock is real time, which makes a huge difference.
Ah right, I seem to remember that actually. I gotta pop Wild World into my DS and start playing that. Can you "beat" it, or finish a main campaign in any of the Animal Crossing games?
AC Dasher wrote:I only have owned one HM game in the past
So did Beck, he loved Harvest Moon. I'll have to ask him if he ever played Animal Crossing, I bet he'd like it actually.

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I always forget you have a DS.... it's been awhile.

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link470 wrote: Can you "beat" it, or finish a main campaign in any of the Animal Crossing games?
You can fully expand and pay off your house.

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AC Dasher wrote:I always forget you have a DS.... it's been awhile.
Just a DS though! Not a 3DS or anything, still my original.
OT: I finally finished Phantom Hourglass earlier this year.
OT: Also, only you'd care, can't remember if I told you...I was cleaning awhile ago and I realized I had kept the entire time in my DS box case the piece of the hinge that broke off in grade 12 during lunch that one day. I recently repaired it and glued it back on carefully. The hinge is now fixed!


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