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1. Posted: Tue 30th Apr 2013 04:09 BST
Been playing ALOT of Build a Bear friendship valley - wii & build a bear a friend fur all seasons - wii (BAB: Friendship Valley is my favorite)
So looking forward to build a bear on the 3ds. YAYY!!!
Loving june already!
First Animal Crossing comes out june 9th then build a bear adventures - 3ds on june 30th. Yay!
Anyone else like/play build a bear games?
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2. Posted: Tue 30th Apr 2013 04:26 BST
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But seriously, hope you enjoy!
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3. Posted: Tue 30th Apr 2013 04:27 BST
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4. Posted: Tue 30th Apr 2013 04:29 BST
I hope you enjoy Build a Bear and Animal Crossing Barbiegurl777.
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5. Posted: Tue 30th Apr 2013 04:34 BST
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6. Posted: Tue 30th Apr 2013 16:27 BST
No actually Build a bear friend ship vally - wii is alot like animal crossing only with out the wifi feature but it makes up for it in a ton of content. You start out living in a town with your own house. You can talk to the mayor for activities to do. You can plant flowers, fruits, etc. You can go to the garden shop, bakery Shop, furniture shop, play basketball, skateboarding, etc.
Both wii games have a ton of content BAB: friendship valley - wii I've played more of than a BAB: friend fur all seasons - wii. I ended up renting both from my local library to try the series out & a few week's later after I returned the rentals to the library I ended buying both games because adored both.
I did have the DS version of build a bear & liked it but was instantly hooked on the wii versions.
If you try any version of build a bear defently try the wii versions. Defently worth the money to play them. The graphic's are beatiful in both games don't be fooled because of the names very fun games.
7. Posted: Tue 30th Apr 2013 16:31 BST
I will enjoy both. I already have plans for AC:NL - 3DS as certain thing's I'm going to put in my town etc in the game. Just have to figure out the character limit for the town name for north american verison of game.
8. Posted: Tue 30th Apr 2013 18:09 BST
I didn't even know that there were Build-A-Bear games.
Have fun with it.
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9. Posted: Sat 16th Nov 2013 16:08 GMT
Hate to resurrect an old thread, but I have to say I recently bought one of these games for my nephew for Christmas ("Friend Fur All Seasons") and honestly I'm not sure he'll be getting it (at least until I get everything in it). It's not going to save the world or anything, and there are odd sound glitches, but it's surprisingly good for what it is.
Did the 3DS one ever get released? I haven't seen it anywhere.
10. Posted: Sat 16th Nov 2013 22:56 GMT
Nah not yet I keep checking I have both build a bear games for the wii Build a Bear Friendship Valley is my favorite of the two wii games. Yeah the wii build a bear games are good but they take a little time to get use to as for gameplay. Over all both are really good Friend Fur All Seasons is good too but it's a more a mini game collection. Friendship Valley is more like animal crossing you live in your own town, you get your own house, you go shopping & run errands for the town's folk. I love friendship valley. I never run out of thing's to do lol. There's a bakery, basketball court, farm, town hall, town square, flower shop, etc.
Both are really good games. I'm excited for the 3ds version of build a bear. I guess its coming out in 2014 I haven't heard to much more for the 3ds version. If I do I'll post it here if I can find a release date yet.
11. Posted: Sun 17th Nov 2013 16:13 GMT
@Barbiegurl777 Yeah, "Friend Fur All Seasons" was the one I bought, and I'm really enjoying it. I mean, I did sort of expect I would because I generally like well-made kids' games, but I'm still playing it almost a week later. And yeah, I was considering getting "Friendship Valley" for myself for Christmas because my nephew's grandparents are all hyped up to give the other one to him so I can't keep it. Good to know it's worth it, thanks!
12. Posted: Sun 17th Nov 2013 16:18 GMT
if there were ponies in the game (since build-a-bear stores are now selling ponies) then I would consider it
13. Posted: Mon 18th Nov 2013 02:56 GMT
The only Build-A-Bear I've ever made was Elmo, he had this awesome Spider-Man shirt.
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