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Animal Crossing

by Nintendo
GameCube
Everyone
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (754 customer reviews) 87 / 100

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  • This game has a 24-hour clock where something new happens in real-world time -- as day turns to night in the real world, it also happens in Animal Crossing
  • Watch or join in as you watch the animal-people of Animal Crossing carry out their daily routines
  • Build relationships with villagers, celebrate special days, collect furnishings for their homes and just live life in an innovative new gaming experience!
  • Works with Link Cable to connect your Game Boy Advance to your GameCube!

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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00006FWTX
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 15, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (754 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,443 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Cross over to a world that thrives 24-7 on GCN. The ambitious Animal Crossing allows players to interact with a virtual village of animals who do something different every minute of every day. With Animal Crossing's 24-hour clock, the game's unique events can be in synch with real time—as day turns to night in the real world, the sun will also begin to set in the game. Seasons will change and special events will occur in real time, too. The dynamic setup will have players coming back every day to carry out their daily routines, build relationships with villagers, celebrate special days, collect furnishings for their homes and just live life in an innovative experience that's a world of its own.

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511 of 526 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Crazily and stupidly addictive December 29, 2002
Format:Video Game
Thank god I got this as a Christmas present. If I hadn't, I'd be bouncing off the walls all through the school day waiting to play this dumb game.
Why a dumb game? Well, the concept is amazingly simple. You live in a little town (mine was christined Jamaica by my little sister in honor of our upcoming trip to the actual island) in a little house. You can fish, dig for treasure, hunt bugs, and do favors for neighbors (all of which are cute little animals that vary depending on which type of town you ended up with). You have to pay off the mortgage for your house. You can chat it up with residents, visit the local museum, or go shopping. If that gets boring, you can always decorate your house with the seemingly unlimited amounts of rugs, wallpapers, and furniture. Sounds kinda redundant, huh? It's not.
What really makes this game fun? Three things. First of all, the detail in this game is amazing. The towns residents don't just interact with you, they interact with eachother. Several times a day I'll walk into an area to see one character whisper something to another, resulting in either one or both of them getting extremely angry (you can't talk to them while they're like this!) They'll also give eachother presents, and gossip behind eachother's backs. Also, if you share the town with another player (I share with my sister) the town's residents will tend to favor one of you over the other (e.g., a hippo named Lulu loves bragging to me about my sister, showing me her letters, and gushing about favors she did). Secondly, the town is bursting with surprises. You may start a conversation with a character only to have them suddenly give you a gift. New characters may appear, to move in or just visit. My favorite is a disgruntled mole that shows up and spazzes every time I restart the game.
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266 of 276 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Innovative, exciting, wonderful, and addictive December 24, 2002
Format:Video Game
The only reason I bought this game was because I heard I could play a whole bunch of classic NES games and even transfer them to my Gameboy Advance. I was a bit annoyed by the first hour or so of play as I was required to name and create a town and character. After that, however, I became interested in the variety of activities I could participate in (besides just playing old NES games). By the time Halloween came and all the characters dressed-up as Jack O'Lanterns and asked me for candy, I was amazed at the amount of fun I was having simply living in this world, which I called Europa.
That's when my 3 year-old decided she needed to start playing. Within a day or two, she had mastered the (mostly icon-based) interface. It was fascinating watching how she enjoyed playing the game - not by any means I would've thought. The first week she loved shaking trees looking for treats. The 2nd week, collecting shells and selling them to Tom Nook was her favorite. After that she went into phases of planting flowers everywhere to chopping down pear trees (they're not as pretty as cherries). She was playing in Europa alongside my character. What she did impacted my game experience and we loved sending letters (with presents attached) back and forth to each other.
Then, my wife decided she was interested enough to look at it (for once, she actually looked at a videogame). Soon, the three of us played the game on a daily basis and talked about it when we weren't playing. The combination of time-based events and small surprises in almost every play session makes this something that people want to talk about.
Best game I've played this year.
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61 of 63 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I Wish I Lived There! August 5, 2003
Format:Video Game
Okay, let's all admit it! Before playing Animal Crossing for the first time, you think that this is another baby game, just by Nintendo. Actually, you'd be half there. Animal Crossing may appeal to babies, but it will also greatly appeal to anybody else who loves games along the lines of Pikmin or Super Monkey Ball 2. I thought about buying this game for months, before finally deciding to pick up a copy, and even then, I questioned my purchase. However, within five minutes, I fell in love with the game. The whole point to Animal Crossing is trying to make a home for yourself in a town overrun with animals. It is similar to The Sims, the PC hit by Maxis, but only not as in-depth. However, in some ways it is better than The Sims. You have no momentum bar like you do in other Sims games, and you explore the whole town freely, unlike in The Sims where you call up cabs or buses to take you everywhere. AC is much more colorful than The Sims as well. The first thing that you will notice in AC is that the game is simply not hard. In fact, the hardest task that you may do is finding out who stole Leopold's glasses! Although it may sound corny, the concept is VERY fun. In the town, the time passes like a real day. One minute in our world is equivalent to a minute in Animal Crossing. it is really fun like this! Also, a calendar is kept, unlike The Sims, and you have four seasons come and go. The animals also celebrate holidays like Christmas and Halloween. There are fishing tournaments and even raffles to do in the town. The whole thing is really quite fun and charming. There is never an excuse for not doing anything in the town. There is always something to do, whether it's running an errand or catching bugs. The biggest problem with the game are the graphics and sound. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars My Granddaughter was So happy, as it was a gift
I ordered on a Saturday...... Received on Monday!!!!! My Granddaughter was So happy, as it was a gift. She loves it!!!
Published 1 month ago by Vb916
5.0 out of 5 stars Everything as expected
Played this game most of last Winter. Now that Winter has begun again. I will be playing again.
Published 1 month ago by Cynthia Z Peck
5.0 out of 5 stars Great seller
My daughter was thrilled better than described
Published 1 month ago by Robin Stutzenburg
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice!
Game works beautifully. It was a little dirty when I received it, but after carefully cleaning the disk it was like new. No scratches, no real noticeable wear.
Published 1 month ago by Rachel
5.0 out of 5 stars Love This Game
I just love this game.. (IT'S A CLASSIC, imo) I can't let go of my GameCube, even after owning newer game systems. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Kary
5.0 out of 5 stars The Little Things
Great game, of course! It shipped quickly and plays great. The seller is wrote "Thanks!" on my invoice, which is small, but very cute and very much appreciated.
Published 2 months ago by Emma Jean Hill
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Published 2 months ago by Mike vaughn
5.0 out of 5 stars great
Fast shipping...great product
Published 2 months ago by Shauna L. Osborne
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Very fun and cute game.
Published 3 months ago by Katherine A. Vaughn
5.0 out of 5 stars i love this game....
But, why is it $100??? Its a fun game, but definitely not worth that much. That's a ripoff. I will definitely be looking for that game some where else.
Published 3 months ago by Stephanie M. Jackson
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