Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome amiibo - Nintendo 3DS
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- You can finally invite villagers to your town using amiibo accessories
- Customize your character, your house, and your town as you create your ideal world
- Contains a brand-new RV campsite where you can interact with villagers
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo. packs in one random amiibo card
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Animal Crossing: New Leaf is loaded with characters, items, and activities to enjoy all year long. Customize outfits in countless ways. Furnish your house with an extensive variety of furniture, carpet, and wall decorations to reflect your personality. Visit the Main Street Shopping area and Happy Home showcase. Swim in the ocean to find rare shell fish. Collect insects and fossils all year long. As mayor, make the big decisions about what build, business hours for shops, and other new ways to customize your town to your liking. Then connect with friends to show off what makes your character, your house, and your town unique.
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Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Moving to a new town and making friends is a big step but it's even bigger when you're the mayor! Get ready to enjoy a life in a town shaped entirely by you as Animal Crossing: New Leaf. There are no goals, no story, not even an ending – instead, you can enjoy life in your town in any way you choose. And since time in the game moves at the same pace as in the real world, every day brings great experiences!
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The appeal of this game comes in a variety of subtle ways, the most prominent being that it builds over time. New Leaf starts by offering something unique to the player, that being a randomly generated town layout. After that, it's effectively an open sandbox that encourages experimentation. As you play, things will grow. New residents moving in, buildings being constructed, or even something as simple as accumulating enough funding to pay off a loan are all motivators that will keep you coming back to this game.
However, the most divisive elements of Animal Crossing are going to be factors that will either sell you on the game or persuade you to skip it altogether. The game is very soft and gentle, and progress is rather slow (accumulating over days if not weeks). In addition to that, there's little-to-no challenge to be seen in the overarching gameplay. If you're looking for a difficult game you certainly won't find anything of the sort here. However, I believe this game has a place of its own. Animal Crossing is extremely relaxing to play owing to it's visual and auditory style and there's an undeniable appeal to be found in a completely harmless environment.
To conclude this review I'm going to briefly talk about the game's overall presentation. The graphics don't break any new ground, but they're certainly some of the best you'll find on the 3DS ecosystem. What really impressed me during my time playing New Leaf was the music. There's a unique song that plays for all 24 hours of the day (complete with alternate versions for weather and seasonal changes) and this attention to detail is something I can't even imagine being a developer for.
To reiterate my introduction, this game is certainly not going to appeal to everyone. But for what it sets out to do, Animal Crossing: New Leaf handles itself effortlessly