Doubutsu no Mori (Import) User Reviews
+ You can choose to be a male or female player.
+ The game never really ends. It will keep you busy for a very long time.
+ Walk, run, fall, shake trees, plant trees, chop down trees, dig holes, fill holes, go fishing, catch butterflies and insects, plant flowers, pick weeds.
+ You can carry an umbrella, shovel, fishing rod, axe, net, and balloon.
+ The ability to complete the museum by finding every fossil, valuable painting, fish, and insect.
+ There is weather in the game, such as rain and snow.
+ Move into a town, get a small house that you can make bigger as you progress in the game. You can make the main room bigger, and even add a basement and top floor.
+ Characters move in and out of your town. You can interact with them all and do errands for them. Rewards are given for task completion. You make townspeople happy, as well as mad depending on what you do.
+ Visit a local store, post office, museum, police station, clothes store, and dump.
+ Buy and sell items with the store.
+ Customize how your player looks (clothing, umbrella) and house looks (size, outside, inside).
+ Create clothing designs at the clothes store and wear them (or display them in the store for other townspeople to buy and wear. Design clothing patterns and umbrella patterns.
+ You can adjust the camera to a few different angles.
+ Collect all the furniture, floorings, wallpapers, and special items to complete your list and furnish your house the way you like.
+ Write and mail letters to fellow townspeople, create the town tune, and even participate in the mayors decisions regarding the town from time to time.
+ Visit other friend's towns in their game.
+ Throw unwanted items in the dump, which is cleared twice a week.
+ Drop an item on the map and it will stay there until you remove it. If you save and quit, the item will remain.
+ Random events occur in the game on a daily basis. Always fun to partake in.
+ Enter fellow townspeople's houses and get ideas of how to decorate your house.
- When you visit a friends town, you lose a member of your town (which moves to their town). I was not too fond of that. Also on occasion, a townsperson leaves your town for no reason whatsoever.
- Though you can do a lot of little things in the game, there isn't a lot to the game. Not a lot of depth.
- Annoyingly addictive.
- What is with that fruity little noise that townspeople make when they talk? Did that really need to be added to the game?
- The items at the store are random, so half the time you keep getting the same items to buy instead of new ones.
- Not a lot of ways to make money. You either have to sell fish, sell insects, sell fruits, or sell your items.
- Speech is way too slow and at times, townspeople say way too much at once.
- Tasks/errands that you have to do are so darn repetitive that it bores you.
- Since when is it alright to randomly enter the house of people in your town?
- It is so irritating when townspeople leave their houses and roam the map. You can never find them.
- If one more character gives me stationary (paper for writing letters) as a reward for doing a task for them, I will throw them off the cute little cliff.
- Occasionally when you talk to a character, the surrounding area disappears temporarily, such as trees and houses).
- When you use your axe a lot, it breaks, which is quite annoying.
- Way too often are you fishing and instead of a fish, you catch a darn useless boot or tire that you have to throw in the dump.
- Since the game runs on your GCN time, you often miss events because you can't play all day long everyday. This forces you to change the GCN's time to do things, which is annoying.
- Half the time when you plant trees (including the money trees), they do not grow.
- If you run over flowers too many times, they disappear.
- If you shake the wrong tree, a honeycomb will drop and bees will chase and sting you, leaving your character hideous for days.
- Mosquitoes bite you, which half the time occurs when you are catching a fish, which therefore stops the process and you lose the fish. They also bite you way too often.
- The town store closes too early, and townspeople go to sleep too early as well.
This game is quite possibly the most stupid, kiddy, pointless, repetitive but yet addictive and strangely fun game ever made. It will keep your attention for about a month before you just get so bored of it that you stop playing. You basically do the same things over and over again everyday, and soon enough you catch on and ditch the game.
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Buy the game you don't know what your missing.The game has things too do everyday except at night when everybodys in bed.its not an RPG game it's like a reality game.You start off buy meeting rover on the train he will ask your name state and time when you get off the train you will get a random style from the other characters you can get when you see the style for your character that you want keep it.you need 58 blocks for your memory card to play the game it comes with a free 59 block memory card.Build up reputation with animals.
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