Animal Crossing: New Leaf

released on Nov 08, 2012

The charming community-building franchise returns for with Animal Crossing: New Leaf. The Nintendo 3DS entry into this popular franchise introduces a number of options new to Animal Crossing, including the ability to become the head of the village and boost its development, a way to install certain items in the village to make its characteristics more personalized for each player, and the ability to view homes of other players who are tagged through StreetPass connections.


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adorei criar uma republica democratica de furrys


i wish i could understand what they were saying


Objectively the best in the series, even if it isn’t my personal favorite. I think I was slowly growing out of my insane obsession with AC and moving on to a wider variety of games by the time this came out (and so were my best friends who I always played AC with at the time), so it wasn’t a game I sunk as many hours into compared to WW and CF. Nonetheless, I still played it A LOT, and this game still has so much to it that I respect and love. The island + swimming + the games + pretty much every other new addition I’m forgetting about off the top of my head were such insanely cool features that kept me entertained for a very long time. A lot of improvements from the past games also make this game such a joy. If I were to start playing any AC game again, this would probably be my go-to pick, simply because of how polished it is amongst all of the games.


Ich müsste mal wieder meine Stadt besuchen


Tried to play this game on and off for about a year to get as much out of it as I could.
Everything’s just adorable. From the artstyle, to the villagers, to the OST, it’s all really charming.
That being said, this just wasn’t the thing for me. I enjoyed my time with the game, and this is clearly an incredible series. However, finding the motivation to continue playing every day was something I couldn’t do.

Cube I miss you ;-;