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141. Posted: Sat 28th Jan 2012 01:02 GMT
I'm as excited as you are all about this game, but I think I'll stop visiting this thread and reading any other spoilers so that the game will be new and fresh when I actually get to play it, whenever that will be.
I think I will be doing the same. Besides any E3 news that is
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142. Posted: Sat 28th Jan 2012 01:04 GMT
I do that with most games I'm really excited about. Especially Animal Crossing.
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143. Posted: Sat 28th Jan 2012 01:54 GMT
All they need to do is transfer the Mii's face and skin tone. Like you, I'm hoping they are giving us the option to use Mii characters since the new character models totally looks like it is inspired by Miis.I don't wantto look the same as other people.
All they need to do is transfer the Mii's face and skin tone. Like you, I'm hoping they are giving us the option to use Mii characters since the new character models totally looks like it is inspired by Miis.
I don't want
to look the same as other people.
But you wouldn't look the same.All of the heads would look exactly like the ones in game, but the eyes/nose/mouth you choose in Mii Maker will turn into a certain one in-game
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144. Posted: Sat 28th Jan 2012 08:01 GMT
Haha I see you posted the same thing on the GFaqs board. xD
I go on the Animal Crossing 3DS board too. If you see x__Grim__x that's me. I tend to post there every other day and once this game releases I will be posting there EVERY day.
145. Posted: Sat 28th Jan 2012 14:56 GMT
@SimmerHaha I see you posted the same thing on the GFaqs board. xDI go on the Animal Crossing 3DS board too. If you see x__Grim__x that's me. I tend to post there every other day and once this game releases I will be posting there EVERY day.
LOL Yah I did.I'm a lurker,though,but I usually post on the MK7/3DS boards because there aren't a lot of news stories coming out for the game :/
I think I saw you on their once
I just started posting on GFAQS a month agoI saw @Corbie on there once!
146. Posted: Wed 1st Feb 2012 19:21 GMT
Once the news starts to poor in the board will be VERY active lol. I can't wait until it comes out. Going to be nuts!
And Corbie goes on the AC board? Hmmm.
147. Posted: Wed 1st Feb 2012 19:34 GMT
I've never played Animal Crossing before but I hear it's somewhat similar to Harvest Moon. I'm pretty much really excited for this game as well :3I really hope they jam lots of excessive content into this game.
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148. Posted: Wed 1st Feb 2012 19:41 GMT
Oh they are my friend.
Do you want to play Animal Crossing right now and get into the series? If so go and purchase the original. It's the best way to get into the series and it's dirt cheap lol. If not, I don't blame you. This new installment will be amazing. It will control my life. n__n
149. Posted: Wed 1st Feb 2012 20:15 GMT
@Viewtiful_Joe - Since you mentioned the old DS version .... Can I ask ... did you ever play it online with other people? I was wondering how you could communicate with other people in the game? (Since I'm using a higher internet encryption at my house, I couldn't go online with AC on my DSi, so I never got to play that way.) I didn't enjoy that version very much because I only ever played by myself, unlike the Wii version.
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150. Posted: Wed 1st Feb 2012 20:22 GMT
Actually I was talking about the GameCube version. But yes, I have played Wild World online and it's safe to say it's clearly identical to City Folk's chat system. Minus the voice chat option of course. It's a purple bar which allows you to only type in so many letters. It's limited and completely overshadowed by City Folk's voice chat option.
Trust me, City Folk is the better game. But then again WW is portable. Since you played City Folk you're definitely NOT missing out on anything. The only plus, for me, was that I had it when it came out practically and put an immense amount of time into it. The online didn't even do much for me either. It wasn't anything great nor was there very much to do.
Now if you haven't played the original, well, now you're missing out.
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151. Posted: Thu 2nd Feb 2012 07:37 GMT
What I'm really asking about about is how did people communicate in the DS version? Did anyone play that online? I wonder how we'll be able to communicate in the 3DS version. People on the Wii version that didn't have WiiSpeak really lost out on having to stop playing to type out messages, while the rest of us carried on with our conversations. Though if that's all we can do on the 3DS version, at least it's sure to be a lot quicker and easier than trying to type using the Wii remote.
152. Posted: Thu 2nd Feb 2012 07:41 GMT
People on the Wii version that didn't have WiiSpeak really lost out on having to stop playing to type out messages, while the rest of us carried on with our conversations.
Personally, I found WiiSpeak not to work that well.Quite often it would be pretty quiet and stuff, and I don't really like shouting across the room to the TV.Wireless USB Keyboard is the way to go.
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153. Posted: Thu 2nd Feb 2012 11:37 GMT
i didnt have wiispeak but one time i played with a 9year old or so that had wiispeak and it was so funny. it sounded like his entire family was in the same room and he was just asking weird questions about me xD
i always played with usb-keyboard and it worked totally fine.
voice chat in the 3DS version would be cool, but i am fine with typing in everything via touchscreen
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154. Posted: Fri 3rd Feb 2012 08:54 GMT
Items seem to be already taking up tochscreen so that will probably be separate menu. I hope for the D-Pad to be an equipment selector, like in LGTTC.
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155. Posted: Fri 3rd Feb 2012 09:01 GMT
Unless they implement some sort of voice chat system, you will have to use text.
156. Posted: Fri 3rd Feb 2012 09:14 GMT
@VictoriaUnless they implement some sort of voice chat system, you will have to use text.
Well it has a microphone so it's easily possible for them to include voice chat.It'd be an improvement over WiiSpeak.
157. Posted: Fri 3rd Feb 2012 19:41 GMT
Anything is better than that Wii Speak crap.
158. Posted: Sun 5th Feb 2012 00:11 GMT
If Heroes of Ruin can have voicechat via the 3DS microphone, Animal Crossing could
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159. Posted: Sun 5th Feb 2012 11:43 GMT
Isn't there a Pokemon game that had voice chat as well? Someone mentioned to me that there was.I was just wondering if we would have a way to communicate at all? Like if you look how it works on Mario Kart 7 online races and we're limited a few simple pre-set comments, "Hello" "Let's get started" and "That was fun" ...... waste of time, really. At least being able to type on the 3DS would be easier than it was on the Wii if that's all we can do. But you can't even do that on MK7.
160. Posted: Sun 5th Feb 2012 11:49 GMT
Maybe they'll incorporate drawing as an option, like Swap Note or Picto Chat.:3
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