My Bedsheets Are Ready
One lucky Redditor was fortunate enough to StreetPass Nintendo of America President and Chief Operating Officer Riggie Fils-Aime during E3. One of the new features of Animal Crossing: New Leaf is being able to walk into model homes of other players that you StreetPass. And what’s in Reggie’s Animal Crossing house? Oh, just a bed with HIS FREAKING FACE ON IT!!!
The Redditor goes on to say, “His mayor card literally says “My body is ready.” There’s also a full room of pretty much every Nintendo item in the game.”

My Bedsheets Are Ready

One lucky Redditor was fortunate enough to StreetPass Nintendo of America President and Chief Operating Officer Riggie Fils-Aime during E3. One of the new features of Animal Crossing: New Leaf is being able to walk into model homes of other players that you StreetPass. And what’s in Reggie’s Animal Crossing house? Oh, just a bed with HIS FREAKING FACE ON IT!!!

The Redditor goes on to say, “His mayor card literally says “My body is ready.” There’s also a full room of pretty much every Nintendo item in the game.”

The Most Adorable Kidnapping Threat From An ‘Animal Crossing’ Fan You’ll See All Day
YaYa Crossing is a YouTube vlog about a girl trying to stay sane while waiting for Animal Crossing New Leaf. In a recent episode, is appears that she has officially snapped. She’s devised a a plan to obtain an advanced copy of the game by holding Shigeru Miyamoto for ransom. Sounds pretty foolproof.
Check it out below.

Do you see this, Nintendo? This is what happens when you delay a launch title for two years!

The Most Adorable Kidnapping Threat From An ‘Animal Crossing’ Fan You’ll See All Day

YaYa Crossing is a YouTube vlog about a girl trying to stay sane while waiting for Animal Crossing New Leaf. In a recent episode, is appears that she has officially snapped. She’s devised a a plan to obtain an advanced copy of the game by holding Shigeru Miyamoto for ransom. Sounds pretty foolproof.

Check it out below.

Do you see this, Nintendo? This is what happens when you delay a launch title for two years!

In Case You Haven’t Been Keeping Track, ‘Animal Crossing: New Leaf’ Is Gonna’ Be Cray Cray

Animal Crossing: New Leaf is just 103 days away and I’ve been kind of obsessing over it. TheBitBlock did a handful of Animal Crossing Video Journals like the one above chronicling their adventures on an import copy of the game. From what I’ve gathered from this series, Japanese players really like anime, food, and bright-ass colors.

The last Animal Crossing that I thoroughly enjoyed was the O.G. GameCube version. Everything after that just felt like less of the same. The lack of NES games and townies going crazy/locking themselves inside igloos was sorely missed.

But New Leaf, on the other hand. So much stuff to do! Instead of just pimping out your house (which now includes even more pimpage) you can customize your whole town! I also like how Nintendo took a step back from the whole “give them everything to do at once” shtick a-la Wild World and instead focused on allowing you to slowly unlock new areas of the game. The whole carrot-on-a-string thing is what Animal Crossing is all about and it’s what keeps you looking forward to new and great things within the game!

As 1up.com Editor Jeremy Parish says in his Import Overview video, Nintendo sequels are often more about making small refinements and improvements. I think that’s why I like them so much. I’m a big detail-oriented person, so while the smallest changes like two types of fruit in a town as opposed to one (!!!) might cause others to react with “So what?,” they cause me to make irrational decisions like clearing off an entire week of work just so I can waste hours upon hours of my life on a 3DS game. Totally worth it.

Check it: More Animal Crossing on Albotas
Pre-Order: Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Animal Crossing: New Leaf Coming To U.S. June 9
About damn time. Originally announced as a launch title for the 3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf is finally headed to the States! I’ve been stoked about this game since before the 3DS dropped and my fiancée has been holding off on buying a 3DS just for this game alone.
Oh, and for those of you in Europe, you’ll have to wait until June 14, just a few days later than us yanks. Sorry.
Oh man… what am I gonna’ name my town!?
(pic via)

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Coming To U.S. June 9

About damn time. Originally announced as a launch title for the 3DS, Animal Crossing: New Leaf is finally headed to the States! I’ve been stoked about this game since before the 3DS dropped and my fiancée has been holding off on buying a 3DS just for this game alone.

Oh, and for those of you in Europe, you’ll have to wait until June 14, just a few days later than us yanks. Sorry.

Oh man… what am I gonna’ name my town!?

(pic via)

(Source: nintendo.com)

'Animal Crossing' 3DS Is Officially Titled ‘Animal Crossing: New Leaf”
Not sure how I feel about the title, but the game looks crazy fun. I can’t wait to waste away my days in my little virtual town and partying it up on the dancefloor to DJ K.K.’s crazy tunes.
Check out the latest trailer:

Pre-order: Animal Crossing: New Leaf for 3DSCheck it: Nightmare fuel: Every K.K. song played at the same time

'Animal Crossing' 3DS Is Officially Titled ‘Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Not sure how I feel about the title, but the game looks crazy fun. I can’t wait to waste away my days in my little virtual town and partying it up on the dancefloor to DJ K.K.’s crazy tunes.

Check out the latest trailer:

Pre-order: Animal Crossing: New Leaf for 3DS
Check it: Nightmare fuel: Every K.K. song played at the same time
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