I remember when I was a kid, my older brother had the original Animal Crossing on the Gamecube, and I thought it looked like a bebés toy. What is this? This ain’t Smash Melee. Get this outta my face. But now, as someone who got to experience the joy through Animal Crossing: New Leaf, I now understand perfectly. Oh, and also, yes, I did buscar up Animal Crossing porn for that joke. And it sure as shit wasn’t worth it.
Animal Crossing New Leaf follows the villager, you, as he goes to whatever town tu want to call it. Call it Bonerland, call it Fortnite, call it Yabba-Dab, whatever. The town is yours to call whatever. And do whatever, because the segundo tu go in, they just decide to make tu the mayor of the town because these fucking peasants haven’t had a leader in god knows how long and give the reins to a person with no political experience o even in the legal limits to be a politician. But of course, why talk about that adult stuff in a kids game? It’s in video game parodies that are unfunny, so let’s mover on. As the mayor of the town, tu can decide what to do in your town. From change the way the rules are to make the town más pretty o to increase the towns economy for más money. tu can start projects to create things in your town like fountains, benches, lamps, and monuments. Of course, being in charge isn’t the only thing that makes New Leaf the most interesting in the series, at least to me. Since tu can take Animal Crossing anywhere tu want, it makes for a lot better experience than say the original, o City Folk on the Wii. tu can always keep in touch with your villagers, get a letter that exact day, and not have to worry about missing work because of it. Animal Crossing also gives tu a ton of villagers to interact with, and form friendships with the villagers. I’m friends with Olaf because his big anteater nose is stupid and I like it. tu can also collect bugs, fish, paintings, and fossils to donate to the museum, which is also for completion. And it seems that no matter how much I do in this game, there’s always something for me to do in the game. I finish off my house debts, I can buy an expansion to it. I finish with that, I can work on building the town project. Done with that, I can compete in the fishing tourney. Done with that, I can work on finishing up the book I have. There is never a moment where I feel like I have done everything, because there’s just so much to do. And then there’s the music. While it’s not música I would listen to on it’s own and bump my head to on the train, it’s still very calming music. It fits with the theme of the town. I amor going around at night trying to find the bugs and I just hear this little jingle in the background. It’s so calming and peaceful and is just an en general, general enjoyable experience.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf is the perfect game for anyone to own, whether they have a 3DS o they want to get into the Animal Crossing franchise. It has the best features in the franchise, tu can play it anywhere, and tu don’t have to worry about your neighbors leaving when tu are gone for three days. It’s just a fun, relaxing time. Sure, video games are all about blowing stuff up and trying to get the best graphics, but sometimes, tu just wanna play a relaxing game. And New Leaf is that game for me.