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Animal Crossing: Jump Out New Details

By Kevin on Aug 08 2012 03:40 AM
Japanese video game magazine Famitsu, has revealed some new Animal Crossing: Jump Out (とびだせどうぶつの森 Tobidase Dōbutsu no Mori) information from its newest publication. Check out some of these new features and details below. Some of the information is already known, but we've included it anyway to refresh everyone's memory.
  • New-and-improved exhibition room
  • New-and-improved museum shop
  • The town Mayor is a playable character
  • Rooftops, door, fence posts are customizable
  • New Mermaid furniture
  • Tents can be customized it into a larger, mansion-like house
  • A thrift store will be run by a pink alpaca named Lisa
  • Gardening store, apparently ran by a sloth-like character
  • Flower seeds and tree seedlings can be purchased
  • Shoe store has been added
  • A shopping mall is available
  • Wider variety of fish and fossils
  • Raccoon housing, open from 10:00 to 20:00
  • Exhibition room and shop in the museum, open 24 hours
  • Miscellaneous goods store, open from 8:00 to 20:00
  • All-new gardening store, open from 9:00 to 20:00
  • Able Sisters Clothing Shop, open from 10:00 to 21:00


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Comments: 25

Oh Animal Crossing how I want to play you now. All this waiting is killing me.
I can't waiit! I'm getting impatient.

View PostTopaz, on 08 August 2012 - 09:28 AM, said:

I can't waiit! I'm getting impatient.

Yeah me too. I wish they would at least give us a date. Even if that date is in 2013 I would not mind as long as I could start counting down.

View Postaquizero, on 08 August 2012 - 09:36 AM, said:



Yeah me too. I wish they would at least give us a date. Even if that date is in 2013 I would not mind as long as I could start counting down.

I can wait if it's in 2013. If I waited for Kingdom Hearts 3D, then I guess I can wait for Animal Crossing.
I'm confident that the North American version will fall into our laps at some point in 2013. Obviously though, we haven't received the official confirmation on that. I'm confident that we will though. Depending on how well my Japanese has improved this Fall, I might purchase the Japanese version, とびだせどうぶつの森 (Tobidase Dōbutsu no Mori).

View PostKevin, on 08 August 2012 - 12:10 PM, said:

I'm confident that the North American version will fall into our laps at some point in 2013. Obviously though, we haven't received the official confirmation on that. I'm confident that we will though. Depending on how well my Japanese has improved this Fall, I might purchase the Japanese version, とびだせどうぶつの森 (Tobidase Dōbutsu no Mori).

Wow for real? Aww. Well whatever version of the game you get I can not wait to play with you buddy.
I'm definitely looking forward to it. The idea of having an Animal Crossing title for a portable Nintendo handheld system is a great idea. If it were to be released for the Wii, or even the Wii U for that matter, I most likely wouldn't even purchase it.
I love having a portable animal crossing game lol i have the ds one and its so much more convienient especially during the holidays when you r stuck with family all day you can whip it out n do the seasonal event wherever you are! On the wii one i always missed stuff like the 4th of july and christmas lol.. But yes i cannot wait for this game as well

View PostKevin, on 09 August 2012 - 07:20 PM, said:

I'm definitely looking forward to it. The idea of having an Animal Crossing title for a portable Nintendo handheld system is a great idea. If it were to be released for the Wii, or even the Wii U for that matter, I most likely wouldn't even purchase it.

It sure is hard to keep on track of holidays on the home console version however i think it would not be nearly as hard if you were to use the wii u gamepad for any "quick" check-ins to the game. Not having to hog the TV when you want to quickly water your flowers/trees etc would be great.

View PostSkitty843, on 10 August 2012 - 09:00 AM, said:

I love having a portable animal crossing game lol i have the ds one and its so much more convienient especially during the holidays when you r stuck with family all day you can whip it out n do the seasonal event wherever you are! On the wii one i always missed stuff like the 4th of july and christmas lol.. But yes i cannot wait for this game as well

I have the DS Animal Crossing and it had my attention for a while but the image quality sucked so bad for DS that it lost its appeal after a few months. I do not have much interest in playing it. This new game however looks gorgeous and hopefully will have a lot more to do with others.

View Postaquizero, on 11 August 2012 - 08:32 PM, said:

It sure is hard to keep on track of holidays on the home console version however i think it would not be nearly as hard if you were to use the wii u gamepad for any "quick" check-ins to the game. Not having to hog the TV when you want to quickly water your flowers/trees etc would be great.



I have the DS Animal Crossing and it had my attention for a while but the image quality sucked so bad for DS that it lost its appeal after a few months. I do not have much interest in playing it. This new game however looks gorgeous and hopefully will have a lot more to do with others.
It was my first animal crossing game ever so yea i didnt realize that the quality sucked so much till i got city folk

View PostSkitty843, on 13 August 2012 - 08:39 AM, said:

It was my first animal crossing game ever so yea i didnt realize that the quality sucked so much till i got city folk

Well that makes sense. I mean yes it was a mobile version and it made us aware of how well the series could work on a hand held system so for that it was a great release.
Yes Yes Yes!! I loved it and acutally completed the fossil collection in the museum with the help of my buddy lol :pepsi:

View PostSkitty843, on 14 August 2012 - 08:21 AM, said:

Yes Yes Yes!! I loved it and acutally completed the fossil collection in the museum with the help of my buddy lol :pepsi:

That is awesome. That is one thing I hope we see more variety of in the new game.
NOW JUST GIVE ME A RELEASE DATE!!!!!

View PostDarthArk, on 14 August 2012 - 10:26 AM, said:

NOW JUST GIVE ME A RELEASE DATE!!!!!

I know right! That is all we want!
Animal Crossing was my first game on the Nintendo DS Original version.
I know this is not going to happen, but, what I would like to see is Animal Crossing with everything from all the past ones, plus everything from the new one that has not came out yet, plus, the games you can collect inside the game ( because the game cube version [ I think it was the game cube version ] had collectable games if you had the NES item in your house ) -- anyway, instead of the games they had -- put games to collect like MK7 and New SMB2 and the newest Zelda, etc.  and have it so if people visit your town you could start a 2 player game with the other people of the games in the game that you have collected.....   Now that would be cool !!!!

I would also like a little more control of the town, like, instead of random allow you to draw the town map and decide where things are located before starting the game ( or you could press a random button if you wanted ) so it would be the town you wanted it to be.

I would also like to have a maze mode where you would make a town in which the trees, rocks, river and bridges, etc. formaed a maze that you could then invite your friends into to see if they could find their way to the finish spot from the town gate they came in. ( of course I would want this to be seperate from the main town and you could invite the others in the town to the maze level when you have it set up the way you wanted. )

I know, I am just dreaming... But, it would be cool if they would do some of this stuff with it.  Of course it would probably take a lot more memory and better hardware to have all of that on one game card, but, I would buy it.
You know, I believe Nintendo is hiring at the moment. You should probably do yourself and the rest of the nerds a favor and start working for the software section immediately. That, or just take Miyamoto's job soon. :)
I can't wait for Animal Crossings myself.  I remember playing it on the gamecube for hours on end. I enjoyed going to other towns.  There's just so much you can do in the game.
If Reggie's announcement on Sept 13 isn't about the Wii U, then it better be dedicated just to Animal Crossing for the 3DS :)
Not sure about this one, I enjoyed Animal Crossing, but not so much Wild World or City Folk.

View PostDoom36@NN, on 26 August 2012 - 11:19 PM, said:

Not sure about this one, I enjoyed Animal Crossing, but not so much Wild World or City Folk.

What makes you not sure?
The flow of information on this game keeps on coming in on spurts. I just read the following and I am EXCITED!

"Brewster’s Coffee Shop is separate and you can build it. If you go there a lot you can begin a ‘part-time job"

I think it is awesome to have a part time job at the coffee shop! Now that you can drink coffee outside and all. :)
This game will be epic!

View PostMz3ds, on 21 September 2012 - 11:00 AM, said:

This game will be epic!

I think so too! I really can not even wait for the Japanese official website to be up and running so I can get my fix while playing the waiting game for the Western release.