Yep! Today I’m only showing screenshots that will be played like credits. Tomorrow I will do my review of AC:NL during the (almost) month I’ve been playing the game.
Now, during my playtime on AC:NL, I went on a quest to find my older Animal Crossing games. I easily found my Animal Crossing GC game and the City Folk game, but it seems I have lost my Wild World game, so Toby ordered me (with his amazon account, but my own money) a new one that should arrive soon! Now, I would have loved to show you guys my original Wild World game, but I can’t. I can only re-create it from memory.
I lived just below Nook and Able Sisters, I had the largest house, all the fruit, I was only missing the paintings and one shark from my museum. My house, when you walked in, had the snow themed room from helping the Snowman during the winter, and a special picture that I cherished from K.K. Slider. I had every villager that had ever lived in my town’s photos (except for the ones I despised.) They were displayed in a ranch themed room to the right of the house, on ranch tables. At the back of the house, I kept all my Nook Models in a playroom themed room. To the left of the house was a fully completed citrus themed room, I claimed as my own playing K.K. Ragtime. Upstairs, I had my mom’s room (though she never played the game more than 5 hours) and it was all blue.
Okay, moving on. Since we were on a quest for Animal Crossing games, I decided to check out the guide for Animal Crossing. Now, I don’t have many gaming guides, mostly because I like to be surprised and they kinda feel like cheating, but I just couldn’t stop thinking about owning an Animal Crossing guide and all the secrets it would reveal that the internet otherwise doesn’t. Besides the fact, that I KNOW the animalcrossing.wikia.com site has some false information listed, and some of the pages are “under construction.”
I looked up the English guide that’s by Prima Games, and I’ve read and some people have told me that it sucks, its incomplete and basically a major letdown. When I looked up the Japanese version, I read some people’s comments who had bought the English one, had been disappointed, and turned to the Japanese one instead and it was just so much better, 200 pages better, with a fuller catalogue, list of villagers, better pictures, better information, and no page going wasted. I discussed it with Toby who was reluctant at first, as he is with anything new I’m wanting to buy, and he read the reviews and looked at my face, and finally said it would be a better idea to get the Japanese one, especially since most of the comments said it was all self-explanatory. It would also be good practice for him, learning Japanese and all.
So, I will be receiving my Wild World game and a 604 page Japanese Tobidase Doubutsu no Mori guide, one quicker than the other, but I’m still ultra excited!
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