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1. Posted: Tue 30th Jun 2009 16:44 BST
I do i play it every day
2. Posted: Tue 30th Jun 2009 16:52 BST
No, but I hate the series as a whole, so what do I know?
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3. Posted: Tue 30th Jun 2009 16:52 BST
Absolutely! I wouldn't say I play it everyday though.
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4. Posted: Tue 30th Jun 2009 16:53 BST
We'll have exchange FC's
5. Posted: Tue 30th Jun 2009 16:54 BST
i play it everyday because i want to keep the neighbors i have and keep my town from getting full of weeds
6. Posted: Tue 30th Jun 2009 17:06 BST
As with the original, and Wild-World, City Folk was awesome! But, like the previous versions I ended up selling it as I was spending WAY too much time in there (addicted to turnips and fish and HRA and everything else). Also, I got miffed with the fact it STILL isn't a proper sequel, and in effect I have now played the same game, three times. When they release a proper MMO sequel, with an over-world/hub city, where you can exchange designs, songs, items and check folk out see if they are worthy of becoming a friend and entering your town (no axes allowed), then, I'm in. But as it was City Folk just stole large chunks of my proper 'game time'. Which is a shame cos' I did love living in Dewdrop.
7. Posted: Fri 3rd Jul 2009 08:43 BST
I do not get what's so fun about AC. I want a friggin' goal when I play a game.
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8. Posted: Fri 3rd Jul 2009 09:03 BST
Doesn't sound fun to me, gotta do that in the real world
9. Posted: Fri 3rd Jul 2009 10:29 BST
I started playing it a few months back, but I just can't get into it like I can on the Wii version. Seems likes there's less reward for your hard work on the DS... the neighbours move away even after you send them present and look after them when they're ill ... the flowers wilt even if you water them the day before .. and the town is a bit drab with very little grass/colour to it.
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10. Posted: Fri 3rd Jul 2009 22:44 BST
I like the series a lot and I plan on buying the GameCube Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing City Folk and Animal Crossing Wild World. My sister used to have the game but she left it at a friends house and I miss playing it so much on her DS and so I must purchase my own copy.
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11. Posted: Sat 4th Jul 2009 04:42 BST
Crap!!! I just remembered I haven't played that game in like three months! Aww man, my town is going to be covered in weeds. So to answer your question, no
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12. Posted: Sat 4th Jul 2009 05:52 BST
ya its too boring for me, lol i still find the town to small and id rather just live life in my world than play life in a virtual one.
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13. Posted: Sat 4th Jul 2009 06:02 BST
they need to give them swords and sheids its all the game lacks
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14. Posted: Mon 6th Jul 2009 00:58 BST
It would be nice if you could receive Link's sword and shield in Animal Crossing: Wild World and City Folk because we can already get Mario and Luigi's hats in Animal Crossing: Wild World.
On the other hand does anybody remember the GBA connectivity in the original Animal Crossing between the GBA and the GameCube? Read to the quote below to refresh your memories.
"Using the Game Boy AdvanceGame Boy Advance connectivity plays a role in Animal Crossing, using a Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance Cable.Tropical islandIn Animal Crossing, each town has a tropical island which can be accessed by plugging in a Game Boy Advance with a GameCube Link Cable. A character called Kapp'n ferries the player to the island for free. An exclusive animal roams the island, whom the player can become friends with. The island has an exclusive type of fruit, coconuts. The player can also decorate a small communal beach house and fish at the shores. On leaving, the player can download the island to a GBA and give fruit to the villager, whom drops bells; if the player then returns to the island, they can pick up the money that has been dropped. Players can also leave the islander tools to use, such as the shovel or net. Downloaded islands can also be traded between GBAs, using a Game Boy Advance Link Cable."
Anyway my point is this: I wish that Nintendo would add on this connectivity feature so that the same connectivity can take place between Animal Crossing: Wild World and AC: City Folk. Instead of using a cable one could simply DS Download to create connectivity between City Folk and Wild World just as one does when moving an account from Wild World to City Folk to recreate the above quoted experience to gain access to the ferry and visit islands and unlock goodies and whatnot.
15. Posted: Sat 11th Jul 2009 09:50 BST
I missed out a lot by not 'playing' this game.I'm sorry for not having gotten and really played this. It looks and sounds incredible for Animal Crossing fans anywhere!I still enjoy Animal Crossing (GCN), and enjoyed visiting the island, etc.
16. Posted: Sat 11th Jul 2009 09:53 BST
I'm not a big Animal Crossing fan, but my mother loves the Gamecube release as well as the Harvest Moon games.
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17. Posted: Sat 11th Jul 2009 09:56 BST
Sadly I am with Corbie Not A Big Fan :/ its just not "My Cup Of Joe". Listens to Battery on DSi
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18. Posted: Sat 11th Jul 2009 11:30 BST
Can someone explain to me what La-di-da day means? What am I supposed to do?
19. Posted: Sat 11th Jul 2009 11:48 BST
I did play it for a while but then it got boring.
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