I love this game. Lots of fun to play. There are bunch of us all play here.. We miss digging gold from the ground. Plus when you shake the trees you get coins .We miss the money bags from the old game.that is about all neg. I have to say. other then that it greatly loved by us granny,kids, mom, dad. First day i was on for thirteen hours..lol.. i am a grandma and mother of four.. Trust me , any parents out there try this..I promise you you will love this..I have gotten so many grown up to buy a system just for this game.You can relax and fish, run and feel free.. lots fun .. pretend you are on vacation...lol..
Animal Crossing: City Folk, finally here, but was it as good as we thought??? It's a decent sequel, but not as good as most of us had hoped. Mainly, the game is a recreation of the DS version Animal Crossing: Wild Worlds. However, although it's nearly similar, the City addition is pretty nice, although limited. The game could be improved so much that we could have had a really breath taking game and most Nintendo games are. In the City, you have shops where you can buy items including Crazy Redd's Shop, and Gracie Grace. You have an auction house it which you can display and bid on items if you have friends on your friends list. You have the theater in which you can learn new emotions that you could use in the game, but that's pretty much it. You start out bu moving into town, choosing one of 4 houses and do Tom Nook's beginning jobs. After that, it's classic Animal Crossing, walk around, catch fish, bugs, shoot down balloons, etc. A few new fish were added as well as bugs, and the Museum seems more appealing for some reason making you want to complete it but that's it. Animal Crossing: City folk gets an 8 out of 10.
If you've never played the gamecube or DS versions of this game, do yourself a favor and check this game out. It's pretty much the exact same game, save for the omission of playable NES games.
If you give it a chance you'll undoubtedly fall in love with harvesting fruit and slaving away for your newly discovered animal friends.
If you played either of the previous iterations, chances are you won't be compelled to be Tom Nook's manservant yet again. The addition of online play is decent, but as is the norm with Nintendo's online functionality-could have been better.