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Topic: Is animal crossing worth getting?

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Dr_dreads

I been playing Nintendo games for the pass 15 years and I never once played a animal crossing game.

I heard a mix review about the game that its good and some say its bad.

Let me know what you guys think.

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Buizel

Who is saying it is bad? Animal Crossing is one of Nintendo's most beloved franchises.

That said, it could just be that the series isn't for you.

I'd say the 3ds one is worth giving a shot. In the UK it's a Nintendo Selects game so it is very cheap (at most £15). Keep in mind though that the Switch one is coming out this year - this is likely to improve on the 3DS version but will probably cost around £55.

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@Dr_dreads
Try Animal Crossing New Leaf 3DS for the Best you can play right now.
I was so sceptical with Animal Crossing New Leaf 6 years ago considering from my bad experience from Animal Crossing City Folk, but after i played for 1 - 2 weeks, suddenly i felt in love with that game and now i'm crazy for that game.

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Heavyarms55

@Dr_dreads I was the same way. I have played Nintendo games for as long as I have been alive. I had never touched Animal Crossing, believing it to be a game for little kids or girls and it was just far outside of my interest range.

But after my friend talked me into getting New Leaf on 3DS I gave it a chance. There is just something so addictive about a game totally in real time, that you can play throughout the day. A game where you are gradually building your own home and town, interacting with people in that town and just generally relaxing.

It's not the game for everyone. Some people will likely just be bored. But for a lot of us, it's just a really addictive game.

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Dr_dreads

Thanks for telling me your opinion sadly I don't own a 3ds.

Any good animal crossing on a wii, wii U or switch?

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Aozz101x

I've played Animal Crossing since the Gamecube.
since you said you have the Wii, Wii U, and Switch. you can play the Original on Wii/NGC (since Gamecube games can be play on the Wii and Gamecube as well), Animal Crossing: City Folk can be played on Wii/Wii U (same reason with the original game, Wii U can play Wii games, but not Gamecube games) you can also pick up Animal Crossing: Wild World on the Wii U Virtual Console.
however, there is not a Wii U mainline Animal Crossing game. if your into amiibo and party games, there's Amiibo Festival. however, Nintendo did confirmed that a mainline Animal Crossing is coming to Switch this year.

What do i recommend getting: i'd say get City Folk/Wild World if you want a lesser feature of New Leaf, however if you're looking for the next big Animal Crossing after New Leaf. i'd wait for the Switch version to come out,
I wouldn't recommend the original Animal Crossing, as it's completely different and lacks features that other Animal Crossing games has now. unless you like NES games, Tom Nook's Lottery, Cheat Codes, GBA stuff, and exclusive events that never appear in the other Animal Crossing games, than don't get Animal Crossing on GameCube. but pick out the one to start with and go from there. all games features neighbors, events, furniture, clothes, upgraded houses and more so.
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