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axumblade said:
BasilZero said:
axumblade said:
BasilZero said:
axumblade said:

I always liked the DS version way more than the Wii version. I feel Animal Crossing is a lot fun when you don't feel tied down to a console.

Is there a storyline in the series or it doesnt matter where you start o.o?

I'm thinking of getting into the game series but not sure where to start.

Doesn't matter where you start.

The only thing you need to know is the Tom Nook is a crook. -.-

There's a GCN version as well right? Out of all three which in your opinion is the best?

Portability doesnt matter to me since I usually only have time to play games at home ;p.

I would say DS > Gamecube >>> Wii

The City options for the Wii version were cool but at the same time, they didn't make it that much better. The gamecube version allowed for you to have a basement, which was awesome. I never had the Gamecube version but I watched my bf play it for a while. And there was a lot of content for a gamecube game.

Not to mention the fact that, in the GameCube version, you could unlock all kinds of full NES games you could play in your in-game house.  That's how I first played many Nintendo classics, such as Wario's Woods, Clu-Clu Land, and NES Baseball.  The DS version wins out on account of its portability, though.


I think the 3DS game will be my only retail game that I would want in downloadable format instead.  I prefer physical carts and discs, but Animal Crossing is the kind of thing you want to jump into for five minutes several times a day, as a side dish to whatever 'main' game you're playing at the time, and it's cumbersome to carry around multiple games/cases.

Could I trouble you for some maple syrup to go with the plate of roffles you just served up?

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