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PostSubject: Re: Animal Crossing   Thu Dec 18, 2008 6:22 pm

ForsakenLament 04 wrote:
yes, as far as I've heard, you haven't done anything online but terrorize Carlos so far...lol
I hear that's what stephane does as well - but is there something wrong with that? I mean, that would be the main reason why I'd get LGTTC
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LOL! I think I might end up getting it...eventually...
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PostSubject: Re: Animal Crossing   Sun Jan 04, 2009 10:57 pm

PUGS AND EN I NEED YOUR CODE!!!! and what is lgttc?????

edit o it means lets go to the city right?

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PostSubject: Re: Animal Crossing   Fri Jan 09, 2009 5:34 pm

it is now time to got to the city and do a review unlike my last reviews i will tell the good things and the bad and tell if i recommend you buy it rent it or just save your money.

Animal Crossing: City Folk's gameplay is built upon the gameplay of previous Animal Crossing games. The Wii Remote pointer and motion controls can be used for handling tools, such as axes, fishing rods and bug-catching nets. Also, players live in individual houses spread apart from each other, unlike Animal Crossing, in which all four houses are located in a central plaza, and Animal Crossing: Wild World, in which all players share one house. Each town begins with six animal residents, and can grow to a maximum of ten. In previous iterations of Animal Crossing, the player is only able to customize clothes as a whole; in City Folk, players can now customize the front, back and the sleeves of clothes if they choose; these are called "Pro" designs.

The player will be able to celebrate as time progresses several real world holidays, such as Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving, Fourth of July, Easter and Halloween, although they are named differently in the game itself.Animal Crossing: City Folk's gameplay is built upon the gameplay of previous Animal Crossing games. The Wii Remote pointer and motion controls can be used for handling tools, such as axes, fishing rods and bug-catching nets. Also, players live in individual houses spread apart from each other, unlike Animal Crossing, in which all four houses are located in a central plaza, and Animal Crossing: Wild World, in which all players share one house. Each town begins with six animal residents, and can grow to a maximum of ten. In previous iterations of Animal Crossing, the player is only able to customize clothes as a whole; in City Folk, players can now customize the front, back and the sleeves of clothes if they choose; these are called "Pro" designs.

The player will be able to celebrate as time progresses several real world holidays, such as Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving, Fourth of July, Easter and Halloween, although they are named differently in the game itself. Holiday-associated characters from previous games return, as well as new additions such as Zipper T. the Easter Bunny, Pavè (a peacock who celebrates "Festivale"), and Nat (a chameleon who hosts the "Bug-off"). Holiday-associated characters from previous games return, as well as new additions such as Zipper T. the Easter Bunny, Pavè (a peacock who celebrates "Festivale"), and Nat (a chameleon who hosts the "Bug-off").

one of the good things is that nothing is the same sometimes even the villagers are not the same. every day is a new chance to do something new even the weather changes. one bad thing nothing is the same. and what i mean by that is that if given a task like deliver a gift to a villager so i went to the villagers home only to find that he was not there then i searched to entire town and after going in a complete circle i found who i was looking for next to his home. a little frustrated but glad to get a rare item after the gift exchange.

with this game there is sooooooooooo much to do like bug collecting, fishing, collecting all the furniture for a theme for your home and not to foget paying of your home debt to that cheep tom nook. with all of this said i say BUY IT!

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PostSubject: Re: Animal Crossing   Fri Jan 09, 2009 5:43 pm


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PostSubject: Re: Animal Crossing   Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:56 pm

hmmm is it a good game >???? i was thinking about getting it
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PostSubject: Re: Animal Crossing   Tue Jan 27, 2009 11:06 pm

leesburg wrote:
hmmm is it a good game >???? i was thinking about getting it
Its quite fun! look at my review for a good idea of what you would be buying!
BTW Welcome to the site leeburg!
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