Animal Crossing New Leaf’s Review

Animal Crossing New Leaf

Animal Crossing New Leaf’s

Animal Crossing New Leaf isn’t just a game it’s a whole new world jull of lovable characters and insuremountable charm. The main idea behind any Animal Crossing New Leaf game is that players move into a new town and spend their days building up relationships with villagers, harvesting fruit, fishing, catching bugs, decorating their house, and tackling the almost innumerable other activities that comprise one’s Animal Crossing life.

Animal Crossing New Leaf

Animal Crossing New Leaf

Animal Crossing New Leaf’s Amiibo

Animal Crossing New Leaf received a large update this morning, Nov. 2, introducing amiibo functionality into the Nintendo 3DS game. The game is rather long in the tooth by this point in time, but it’s getting a shot in the arm with amiibo functionality.

These include the town’s new campground, where players can unlock amiibo-based content that Nintendo focused the bulk of its Direct presentation on. Other changes are more hidden. Animal Crossing fans are especially fond of the new ability to sit down on big rocks found around their villages, as well as floor cushions laid out in their houses.

Animal Crossing

The main idea behind any Animal Crossing game is that players move into a new town and spend their days building up relationships with villagers, harvesting fruit, fishing, catching bugs, decorating their house, and tackling the almost innumerable other activities that comprise one’s Animal Crossing life. It’s a tiny thing, but players are finding that it makes towns all the more functional. For players who crave a more corporeal form of interaction, you can also engage in a series of delightful mini-games with players across the globe on Resort Island, headed up by the former Animal Crossing mayor, Tortimer.

Animal Crossing New Leaf amiibo features

  1. Tap an amiibo card to invite the pictured character for a visit at your new campsite

  2. All existing Animal Crossing amiibo figures and cards are now compatible with the game

  3. 50 new Animal Crossing series amiibo cards are now available

  4. Tap select non-Animal-Crossing amiibo figures to access new furniture unique to those characters.



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