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Animal Crossing : Wild World WOW!,
By A Customer
This review is from: Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo DS) (Video Game)
I know what you're thinking, why does everyone say 'WOW! Best game ever!' 'It's brilliant!' to nearly every game? Well, I think there is finally a game you can say this to- Animal Crossing: Wild World. After starting up the game, you are drove into your own town (yes, you decide the name of your town). Firstly you have to work for a jolly old racoon called Tom Nook. After delivering some items, posting some adverts and getting to know the locals, he finally lets you go. Now the game has really started! Whatever you choose to do- plant some flowers, eat some fruit, go fishing, visit the museum, chat to the neighbours or just decorate your house- I'm sure you'll enjoy the many features of Animal Crossing. Another good feature is that the game is set in real time so there are harvest festivals, fishing competitions and flower festivals- I even heard that every Saturday night in the museum's cafe, KK Slide- the local singer- gives a gig! So, now you're thinking-'What about this thing called Wi-Fi?'. Well, wi-fi lets you connect up with up to 3 other friends (you can only connect with friends which is good 'cause then a stranger can't come round stealing all your fruit or digging holes everywhere) and with your friends you can chat, trade, have fun and even parties! I fully reccomend this to everyone who owns a DS. Even older children as I am 13! Buy it now!
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Initial post: 22 Feb 2008 15:49:51 GMT
Hi would this game be easy enough for a 5 year old boy to play?? trying to find a game on the ds he can actually play!
In reply to an earlier post on 19 Mar 2008 17:36:30 GMT
N Jones says:
My 3-year old son enjoys Nintendogs and Mario Kart. :)
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Oct 2008 17:33:14 BDT
He may find some parts difficult, but i reccomend nintendogs.
Posted on 20 Nov 2009 16:19:59 GMT
S. E. Shaw says:
How about a 7 year old?
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