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Re: (3DS) Animal Crossing : New Leaf
« Reply #135 on: October 08, 2013, 07:37:07 am »
I never liked to do the time traveling thing in Animal Crossing Wild World. There would be cockroaches in my house and weeds everywhere. :( Not sure if that's still the case in this one.
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Re: (3DS) Animal Crossing : New Leaf
« Reply #136 on: February 21, 2014, 06:50:44 am »
I noticed this tread has been dead since October... did everyone burn out on Animal Crossing? I've been traveling more and I'm thinking about buying a 3DS XL. I played a little of the original AC for GameCube and enjoyed it, so I am considering this game. Is it worth buying, or is it something that gets old really fast? Anyone still playing?

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Re: (3DS) Animal Crossing : New Leaf
« Reply #137 on: February 21, 2014, 11:02:57 am »
Really fun game, but a lot more fun with active friends playing it.

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Re: (3DS) Animal Crossing : New Leaf
« Reply #138 on: February 22, 2014, 03:16:38 pm »
I'm still playing it but I haven't opened my gates in ages because I can't be on it for a long time. Plus, with my time difference, most people must be asleep when I'm playing. I basically go in and check to make sure my fav neighbors aren't moving away, earn a few coin and get back out. It's still a very cute game. :D
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Re: (3DS) Animal Crossing : New Leaf
« Reply #141 on: July 20, 2016, 01:37:43 pm »
https://www.engadget.com/2016/07/20/amiibo-support-is-coming-to-animal-crossing-new-leaf/





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Starting this fall, players with a New Nintendo 3DS or a 3DS NFC Amiibo reader will be able to use the figure and cards created for Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival in 2012's New Leaf. Using an animal card will let you invite a character to live in your town, while Amiibo figures from other Nintendo series, like Splatoon, appear to unlock special in-game items. It's the kind of natural integration we'd expect from a newly released title -- so it's doubly impressive this functionality is being baked into a such an old game. The update is free, and should be available to 3DS owners later this year.

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Re: (3DS) Animal Crossing : New Leaf
« Reply #142 on: November 03, 2016, 01:15:31 pm »
http://kotaku.com/animal-crossing-players-are-accidentally-deleting-their-1788550429

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Haven’t played Animal Crossing: New Leaf in awhile and want to jump back in for the new update? You can now sell your town to Tom Nook and start over, money in tow. For some, this might present an attractive option, but many players are finding that Nook never shows up to negotiate, and their town gets deleted in the process.

The way that selling your town should work is, when you talk to Isabelle in the start menu and select to recreate your town, Tom Nook will arrive and appraise your town. Nook will either pay you in a lump sum or offer to pay you a weekly amount plus 10% interest:

The problem is that Isabelle will say the exact same dialogue in the lead-up to deleting your town as she will when you’re intending to sell it, confusing some players:

Usually, Isabelle will warn you twice that deleting your town is permanent before it is officially deleted and the deed is done. If you’re able to sell your town to Nook, however, you get at least one more chance to back out of the deal, which players who are curious about the new feature are banking on. The process is confusing, which leads to some problems:

You can’t fault players for trying to get an appraisal for their towns once it was clear that was an option. If you’ve invested a lot of time in making your town beautiful, who wouldn’t want to know what it was worth? However, because Nook’s appraisal is nested within the option to completely erase your town, players can, and do stumble into a situation where their towns get deleted without an appraisal at all.
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Re: (3DS) Animal Crossing : New Leaf
« Reply #143 on: December 08, 2016, 02:13:52 pm »