Animal Crossing: New Leaf: Nintendo 3DS Game Review
You are new in town, but you are already the mayor in Animal Crossing! Check out all the details in our game review!
The very first Animal Crossing game came out for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2001. Since then, every major Nintendo console has had a version, but Animal Crossing: New Leaf may be the best ever! It takes everything there is to love from the older games and includes some new features as well!
Play with friends online! Courtesy of Nintendo
Meet the townsfolks! Courtesy of Nintendo
Work as the Mayor! Courtesy of Nintendo
From Villager to Mayor
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, you play as a villager who is moving into a new town. However, when you arrive, you are mistaken as the mayor of your new town and must work as the mayor to keep the town running smoothly and successfully. It doesn't help that you start off living in a tent. Luckily, you can work hard and upgrade. You can also customize your wardrobe and character. Working as the mayor, you can collect money from the townsfolk and visiting friends and use it to build things like bridges, fountains, and police stations. You can also pass laws and force the townsfolk to do things like wake up earlier.
No Mistake Here
Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a game that keep you coming back for more. There is lots to do in the game and your work is never done. Build up relationships with other villagers, go fishing, catch bugs, and decorate your house. You can even join up with friends online using the Nintendo Network and travel to the tropical Tortimer Island to play minigames and earn medals. You can also visit dream versions of your friend's villages and give them gifts or stomp on all the flowers. Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a wonderful simulation game and it is super addicting to manage and build your own town and watch it grow and gain new residents. Even if you have never played Animal Crossing in the past or got bored of the series, the new features in New Leaf is definitely worth checking out.
ESRB Rating: E for Everyone
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