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Animal Crossing: Wild World Member Review for the DS

Xero_Boi By:
Xero_Boi
01/25/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Sim 
PLAYERS 1- 4 
PUBLISHER Nintendo 
DEVELOPER Nintendo 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
E What do these ratings mean?

I just found a game where anyone (and I mean ANYONE) can play. And the name is Animal Crossing: Wild World.

I first thought, "Oh, just great". I have the Original, And I must say, it sucked. That's all. It sucked. Oh, and Did I mention the Gyroids wiggle around like a little Penis with a face on it?  Well, lets just thank the guy who made this version: Better Furni, Talking to Neighbors are cool, even without the errands, and best of all, NO WIGGLING PENIS! YAYZ!

First thing you see when you start this game is a frog, a Frog with a hat. Hey, didn't he take you to an Island and sing bad songs? I'm just happy he doesn't sing in this one. Anyways, he asks you a question. Then another, Then ANOTHER. Then about 5 more questions. But these help the main character (you) in 4 things:
1. the name
2. The gender
3. Where he/she lives
4. the face/hair
these are all important, as they will all be permanent. Well, Exept for the hair, but you can't change that for a LOOOOOOOOONG time...

Now that the beginning of the game is settled, let's make this review in categories...

Graphics: A
Thank god! Nintendo got their heads in the right place! I mean, seriously. Sometimes, Graphics are really needed. and when you got the throne, the pyramid, the astronaut, the Robo-TV, and anything else, you WANT them to look good. So does Nintendo.

Sound: A+
They got an array of well over 50 songs, and about half of them are made by Nintendo. They got you a radio, but may as well get, oh, say, a gold-plated Radio? or maybe an old turntable?

Gameplay- Furni: A+
If I just put "Gameplay", it would be WAAAAAAY to broad a subject. yes, they stuffed it with THAT much stuff. Anyways... Let's see, I'll try to name as much sets as I can: Snowman, Robo, Classic, Gold, Space, Nintendo, Army... *breath* animal, king, egyptian... *breath*... In other words, A LOT. plus, about 45% of the furniture are interactive. and that is without couches, chairs, and beds. That means, a lot, A LOT of interactivity. yes, that much.

Gameplay- Interacting outside the house: B+
Hey, I'm not that kind of guy. I don't give A's for no reason. Now, there is a reason for this: the loss of coding. If I did anything other than annoy a random Townsfolk, it would be giving a code to my bro, and he getting an apple, and sometimes, when it's around Halloween, Candy. But they took it away. hey, their fault for putting secret codes,,, Say Hi to the Big Topic. Too bad I'm waaay to lazy to make subtopics right now.

Now, Nook's have increased from his old shop, but only when you buy random crap from his shop. Same as before, right? WRONG! If you waste 250,000 bells from his shop, and get a friend to buy from his store (more explained later), He will get not one, but TWO, no, wait, THREE Features!
1. He got little guys to help him (NOT his nephews, I have no clue how many times I have to say that...)
2. 2 floors (one is Tools, Plants, etc. and the other is Home schtuff)
3. Hairdresser (if you get all hairstyles for your gender, you can get the opposite gender! Good for Tomboy girls, and Gay Guys)

Loved the designing feature in AC? well, you'll love it even better here! 16 palettes to choose from is still here, the only change at the Able Sisters is that they sell shirts, and headgear. Not enough to please ya? well, here's the answer: Customizable Hats, and Landscape Change!

Woah. My Hands Hurt. Almost done... well, finally, the townsfolk. There is an array of, well over 100 of 'em, and you get six or so. the most rare, is Agent S. there are quite a few personalities, I know how they work, but don't know their names :S

Online Wifi: A+
got a router? you may be having fun with Wifi on MKDS, MPH, or any other Wifi game, but if you want to meet with a far-away friend, this is the closest you can get. trade furni, play fishing tourneys, or make up your own game, do whatever you want!

Overall: A
the Gameplay kinda slowed it down a bit

Until next time...
BUH-BYE!


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