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Animal Crossing Turns New Leaf

By Kevin on Oct 26 2012 02:10 AM
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Unfortunately, yesterday's North American Nintendo Direct didn't provide us with a release date for the newest Animal Crossing title for the 3DS. What we did get, is an official title though; Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Hey, this is something we've been anticipating for quite some time now. The only other piece of information we're missing now is an official release date. Animal Crossing: New Leaf is scheduled to debut in North America during the first half of 2013.


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The name New Leaf is much more fitting than Jump Out in my opinion. I say this because of the major changes that this game has to offer over all previous installments.

I have been a little obsessive over this game for a while. Always checking for new info and videos of the Japanese version. I was able to find a few YouTube channels that translate either all of the text or give a synopsis of what the Japanese videos are showing. There are so so many new elements in this game. So, I feel that the word new is was a no brainer to have in the title.

aquizero, on 26 October 2012 - 07:33 AM, said:

The name New Leaf is much more fitting than Jump Out in my opinion. I say this because of the major changes that this game has to offer over all previous installments.

I agree. The name sounds better.
They need to leaf us alone and just give us a release date.
I haven't played animal crossing in so long, but I will be getting this as soon as it comes out, whenever that is.
If you want to find other players for AC there is a web site I found with a group of people who I used to play the older AC on DS with.  They are looking for new people to play the newest AC with when it comes out.  The site is https://sites.google...acukecommunity/

It's a good group with a lot of AC players.
More torture.

View PostVicki, on 02 November 2012 - 09:31 AM, said:

More torture.

You are funny. Yeah to a point it is torture but I thought of one great benefit we now have for getting the game later than Japan. That is the possibility to fix any glitches by way of software update. Gathering how much content is now in this game, I would not be surprised if they found there to be some "glitches" along the way. Maybe with the online play etc. So by us waiting, we get the best version of the game that should have next to no issues or a required software update as soon as we start the game.

View Postaquizero, on 02 November 2012 - 10:09 AM, said:

That is the possibility to fix any glitches by way of software update.

We're all gonna drown. :(
I'm incredibly impatient with games like this, so I'll most likely end up importing this when I can spare the cash.
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Was released in Japan on November 8.

View PostNikawa, on 09 November 2012 - 09:48 PM, said:

Was released in Japan on November 8.

Indeed. It was very exciting to see that in the stores. Did you get it, Nikawa?

Also, I managed to make it to the local video game store, Tsutaya, for its debut and get a picture of the Animal Crossing: Jump Out display they had.

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Nice pictures, Nikawa!

I wonder if this game will be region-locked? I'd love to visit friends from different parts of the world.
I was going to order a copy of this a few days ago, along with the new Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, but the site I usually use for imports, CDJapan, was sold out on pre-orders. Hopefully they'll get some more stock in later on.

View PostKevin, on 09 November 2012 - 10:37 PM, said:

Nice pictures, Nikawa!

I wonder if this game will be region-locked? I'd love to visit friends from different parts of the world.

I think this game is able to communicate with foreigners.
And I do not know.

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I wonder if there will be a new leaf in it lol.