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|Game Name:||Animal Crossing||Release Year:||2002|
|Experience life in a virtual world when you add Animal Crossing for the Nintendo GameCube to your game collection. Meet new virtual friends, become part of a virtual community in your very own town filled with talking animals. Animal Crossing offers players real-time play around the clock for added realism and features vivid atmospheres and colorful graphics. Stay occupied building a life in your town, and earn points through game play activities such as running errands, working, fishing, catching bugs, planting trees, and more, and then use the points to buy items you need for your home or to pay off loans.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||9146|
|ESRB Rating||E - Everyone|
|Number of Players||1-4|
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|Game Series||Animal Crossing Series|
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A Great Escape
With all the terrible news in the world, it great to have a fun, peaceful place to escape to for a while. I recently bought a used Wii and some games that I remembered my son playing when he was little. We have enjoyed this "oldie but goodie" (we have the Wii that will play Gamecube games) and have been playing it every night. I do have a much larger TV than we did back when the game was first released, so the graphics are a little fuzzy on the big screen since the game is not in HD, but that's only when one character takes up the whole screen. During play, the graphics are fine. Sit back, do some fishing, catch some bugs, and then sell your goods at Nick's store so you can buy his wares needed to build your dream home while making some friends in the neighborhood. You can even challenge each other to see who donates the most finds to the museum, and who remodels their home faster. The more you do, the faster you can add on to your house, and afford all the fun things Nick offers in his store. Great game for all ages. We completely understand why this is a classic!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: kitkat0121
Gameplay - in a nut shell...
Animal Crossing is an open-ended game, where a player can live a separate life with little preset plot or mandatory tasks. Players assume the role of a new resident to the town. The gender and looks of your character depends on the answers given to a cat named Rover on the train. There are also certain tasks that players can choose to complete, and goals they can choose to achieve. The game is played out in real-time—observing days, weeks, months, and years using the GameCube's internal clock. There are many actual events and holidays spanning the year, including Independence Day, Halloween, the Harvest Festival (Thanksgiving), and Toy Day (Christmas) among others. Other regular activities such as early morning fitness classes and fishing tournaments are included in the game as well. When players are done playing, they can go talk to their gyroid (a creature next to their house) and save. If a player turns off the game or resets the GameCube without saving first, the next time they play the game, a mole called Resetti will appear in front of the player's house to scold them for quitting without saving first. Resetti's brother Don occasionally appears in his place, apologizing for his brother's rudeness.
Addictive but needy
Animal Crossing is a game that defies age and gender demographics. I have seen my grandmother, my teenage brother, and my little sister waste days on it. The concept is simple- live in a (REAL TIME) town populated by animals and try to be a good neighbor while collecting house decorations and hundreds of other items. In practice, though, the game will suck your life away in the best way possible. You'll find yourself trying to leave school or work early just so you can catch a specific in-game event. Most of the animals' schedules don't sync up with the average college student's nocturnal lifestyle, so I found myself resetting the game's clock to match my sleeping schedule. Don't do this. Ever. It's really easy but you'll find the temptation is too great. Trust me on this. In sum, this is a great E-rated game with great open-ended content, but it just might be too addictive. Think of it as the strange love-child of World of Warcraft and Mr. Rogers.
A very good RPG, fun for all!
A very good RPG, fun for all! -The Good -Graphics -Character Emotion -Houses -Furniture -NPCs (Non Playable Character) -Hand-held Item and Tools -Postal Feature -The Ability to Visit Other Villages -Clothing -Gameplay -Museum -Fishing -Bug Catching -Real-time -The Bad -Nothing -The Summary -This is probably the second best Gamecube RPG I’ve ever played. You start by answering some questions on a train that will determine the name of yourself, your town and your appearance. After that you buy a house, and get a part-time job. After you’re done with your job, it’s all up to you. You can talk to townsfolk, fish, or just explore. A very special feature about Animal Crossing is that it is literally real time! You set a clock on the train, and that’s what time it is in your game (you also set the Month, Year and Day)! -thepokeson