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PostSubject: Animal Crossing: Wild World   Fri Jul 17, 2009 2:16 pm

Introduction

Animal Crossing Wild World has been turning heads for about 4 years now almost. Nintendo released this astonishing game in 2005 and I believe the month in which it was released is September. Many people loved this game when it came out and most still do. There are many fun things to do in this game.

Single Player

Single player is very interesting when it comes to how close to real life this game is. You get to run around your own world and hangout with animals, not people, animals. You can please your animal neighbors by talking to them daily, hanging out with them, and the animals love getting letters if you take the time to send it to them. There is a store that you work at when you first start playing the game that you can buy at, after you finish your job for the store owner 'Tom Nook'. You can buy furniture to put in your house, and you can also buy tools that you can use around town such as shovels, axes, butterfly nets, and fishing rods. One of the other cool things about this game is that you get to name yourself and your town.



Multiplayer

Particularly, I like the wi-fi this game has. Although it may lag, it has chat and you can talk with whoever you travel to or invite to your town. You can interact with the people that you connect with and do many fun activities with them. You can trade items with these people and also give them some spare bells if they really need some. You can travel to anyone's town around the world! To be able to get Nookingtons, the biggest possible store Tom Nook has, someone must connect with you, come over to your town, and buy from your store, or sell(selling counts when it comes to getting bigger stores.) When and if you get the Nookingtons store, you can change your hair style and color with a place inside of Nookingtons called Shampoodle.

Gameplay

In this game, there is no winning or losing; that's one of my favorite parts about this game. You're not on levels, you're not trying to beat anything, it's just pure fun and there's no competitiveness when it comes to playing Animal Crossing Wild World. You just run through town and it's just like the real world, but you don't particularly have to pay taxes or rent or anything like that. You can pick weeds, grow trees and flowers, be friendly to your neighbors and enjoy the game. Most people get this game to go on wi-fi and meet new people from around the world.



Graphics and sound

Graphics to be completely honest are pretty good, they help make the game more kid friendly. I think they could've made the people look a little more normal, but I could see how hard it could be fitting them on the little screen. The sound is very life like and the music is very calming and soothing. I think that it should let you choose the song that plays while you're playing this game, just a thought, it would make the game just slightly more enjoyable(in my point of view.)

Overall

Overall this game succeeds because there's no winning or losing, there's nothing to be upset about when playing it, and it's just so much fun to stay up all night playing!

+Graphics
+Sound
+Price
+Very fun
+kid friendly


-It lags
-You can only wifi with 3 other people at a time.

I deffinately think you should buy this game.

Presentation: 6/10
Graphics: 8/10
Sound: 5/10
Gameplay: 8/10
Lasting Appeal: 8/10
Score: 70/100 = C/Good
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