One reason to buy a DS! Animal Crossing Wild World! This game is all about fun. No objectives, no deadline and no timers, just pure fun where you can do whatever you want without worrying about failing at any part of it.
Create your own little virtual world with unlimited possibilities. There is no real goal to this game besides living a virtual life, although paying off your home loan to Tom Nook is a focus for most players. In order to earn money to pay off your debt and pay for other things you can do a number of activities; these include fishing, bug catching, fossil searching and even building fruit orchards bring in a great sum. These are simple tasks that don't involve too much input but give players lots to do.
After you pay off your home loan you have the choice of upgrading it. You may continue to do this until it becomes a mansion which gives you more room to furnish you house with furniture and items. There is a huge list of things you can purchase in this game that tend t...
THE GOOD: Freedom with no "goal". Realistic tasks with plenty to do. Working out your motivations yourself.
THE BAD: No goal can lead to boredom easily. A "high maintenance" game. Can be unrealistic in places. Collecting snow furniture. Limited NPC personalities.
SUMMARY: I love this game. When people talk about it critcally around me, I can't help but start to defend it. It's lively, enjoyable and utterly addictive. I've recommended it to many of my friends as I love it so much.
I really like the fact that, as a player, you are THE most important thing in the game. I know that sounds a bit weird, but it may make sense to some people. You feel "included" in the game; in other words, you are PART OF the game, NOT just the player. Through this there is a lot of freedom throughout the game, as there is no direct "goal" but instead do what you want to do. However, as there doesn't seem to be a direct "goal", players can get bored easily. So it can go either way.
THE GOOD: There are many fun things to do in "Animal Crossing: Wild World". You can let your real friends come in to your town, or you can go into their's! You can buy furniture for your house,and expand your house. You can buy clothes for your character, you can display clothes in your house, and you can even design your own clothes. Later on in the game, when you get the 3rd remodeling for Tom Nook's shop, you can get your hair done!
You can interact with cpu's, get furniture from cpu's and much, much more. There are contests, like the Flower Fest, Bug-Off, Fish- Off, and the Acorn Festival. There are many minor contests like La-Di-Day,and Yay Day, but some other events are the Flea Market, and of course, your birthday!
You can always make friends on this game. You're never lonely with the same old people- Lots of them move out, and plenty new ones move in!
THE BAD: Though the game is fun, there are many annoying parts of it. if I were you, I would save the game before you tu...
THE GOOD: You can have more than one character, so everybody can play! you can create a boy, and girl. You design clothes, fish, hunt for bugs, pay for mortgage, talk, shoot, sell, buy, and much more.
THE BAD: I think they should of came up of a bigger town, house, a yard, more character slots, and TRANSPORTATION in the game.
SUMMARY: This is still a great game. Anything bad can be topped with the good things.
I just want to know - why didn't they have any kind of transportation that your character can use? Something like a car? And why you don't have a yard in the game? Or why every character has to live in the same house as each other? Or why your house only has 5 rooms? I know it sounds like a lot, but EVERY character on the game has to share that one house. Or why you can only create 4 characters? But this game is still awesome. There're ups, and downs, but still, even with all the downs, I would recommend this to ANYBODY.
So you can make your very own customizable designs in the gam...
THE GOOD: Almost everything! > The graphics. Of course! This game has great graphics and was made very well. As you move your character around, the screen moves with your character and hardly anything I've seen is blurry. > The music. The music for the time and the music that you put in your house matches very well. The game has great rhythms in it's music and you have many different choices of music to choose from. > The game-play. This game has very easy controls that you can master easily. It uses the Nintendo Wifi in which I will talk about in the comments. This game also has DS to DS communication which you can play with other people nearby. > Real world time. In some ways, real world time is a good thing that people added to this game. You can use it for money, skipping to festivals and holidays and many other things. If you change the DS's time, Animal Crossing Wild World's time will be that date too. In my opinion, this is one thing that is very helpful. > The sunrise, and the sun...
THE GOOD: - Controls are easy to use - Game can keep you hooked for a long time - Several house expansions for the player - Nintendo Wi-Fi - Plenty of characters and activities
THE BAD: - Resetti the Mole hounds you every time you do not save - Game can get very repetitive over time - Bells are very hard to obtain - Need to add some more variety such as other things to eat other than fruits
SUMMARY: Animal Crossing: Wild World is a very relaxing, yet challenging game. Players are free to take their time to pay off their debt without worrying about the fact of time. This game is very friendly for children and at the same time adults and teenagers will find this game to be a blast.
Controls: The touch screen feature for this game adds a lot of fun. With the stylus you can fish bugs, capture crawly critters, talk to your neighbors, create patterns, and customize your house! The DS touch screen is a great feature for this game. Of course, the buttons are also their for quicker navigation. It’s a win...
THE GOOD: > You can do whatever you want, whenever you want. > Wi-Fi makes the game so much better. > Loads of items for your house. > There are more items that you can interact with than you think. (Wear Flowers, Play Guitars...) > The Game is fun even without Wi-Fi. > Easy to Grasp and play! > Woot for digging Hidden Treaasures! > You can only Wi-Fi with people which you have Friend Codes for. This stops seeders coming in for sure!
THE BAD: > Working for Nook gets boring. You don't choose whether to work or not. > Picking weeds can get a bit repetitive. > Doing Errands gets boring after the 50th errand. > It is possible for people to wreck your town on Wi-Fi. > Only being able to Wi-Fi with friends is boring, especially if you only have 1 friend with AC:WW (That's why I go on ACC.)
SUMMARY: Animal Crossing : Wild World is a very addicting game, sure, it has bad points. But it has at least 3 times as many good points. This game will get you hooked for at LEAST 2 months. (I'm still always playing i...
~New and interesting sandbox gameplay. ~An immense variety of animal neighbors. ~Uses both touch screen and analog pads without one of them sucking. ~Excellent WiFi quality. ~Intriguing format for a life simulator. ~Many good events to boot, such as golden tools, Pascal, etc. ~Ability to design house with many different wallpapers, floorings, and pieces of furniture. ~Resetti, to be absolutely honest. ~Wonderful audio. ~Wonderful interactions with neighbors. ~Ability to make designs of your own, to use with nearly anything.
~Turns from a game into a chore. ~Pain to finish the game without using Action Replay. ~Resetti’s unreliability gets painful. ~Little pocket space.
SUMMARY: Animal Crossing: Wild World is a sandbox-oriented game for the Nintendo DS that succeeds the original Animal Crossing for the Gamecube. You start off driving with an old parrot pirate – wait… is that Kapp’n?… - to your new town, which you name however you like. He asks you several questions before you arriv...
THE GOOD: Lots of furniture and Accessories Special Occasions Townsfolk Fruits Wi-fi Patterns
THE BAD: Not enough inventory space Resetti Other then that i don't think there are any other things that are bad!
SUMMARY: Animal Crossing WW is a simulation game that brings you into the animals world. Venture through many parts of the town befriending villagers, and seeing spectacular events! Participate in the community by helping the villagers out, or make their day by sending them a letter! Grab a snack at lunch time at the roost for a quick break, or just pull a fruit off a tree for a quick nibble! Even when you're not playing the animals still are!
Furniture Furniture is a huge part in Animal Crossing WW. You can use it to decorate your house or mail it to a friend for a present! You can sell furniture to make a quick few amount of bells! I enjoy shopping for rare furniture in the ever popular Nook shop! Where its Nook's Cranny, Nook N' Go, Nook Way, or Nookingtons you will sure have a bl...