THE GOOD: + Vibrant, detailed graphics and realistic sounds + Diving addition + QR codes for patterns + In-game minigames + New items, shops, and characters + WiFi connection + Customization + Endless hours of gameplay + WiFi + StreetPass connection + Enhanced online experience + Massive improvements since City Folk
THE BAD: - Boring over time - Dependent on real-time play* - Connectivity issues - Grass wear down (but improved from City Folk)
SUMMARY: OVERVIEW Stuck on the train with the familiar Rover, who has appeared throughout the Animal Crossing franchise, the game is a tough nostalgic, bringing me back to that first train ride in the GameCube version. One very distinct feature that catches me is the ability to choose one of 4 maps. Suddenly I am realizing that Animal Crossing: New Leaf is giving players much more reign over their game. And it doesn't stop there.
In the 3DS version, Nintendo made massive improvements since City Folk. I felt that in the Wii version, the City feature exaggerated an...