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The answer, quite simply, is when you hear the music in your head, even when other songs are playing on the radio. When you close your eyes, and there the little beasties are, with their furry little faces, weird tops and funny little sounds they make when talking. Because this game doesn't have voice actors. Oh no, it's this chipmunk thing talking, and while it's cute, it gets annoying after four hours of straight game play.

Then there's the thieving racoon. Tom Nook. Evil little fellow. Greedy too. However, he's not so bad as the fox. Crazy Redd'll sell you counterfeit paintings, and laugh about it later. Good thing I bought that insurance from the shady insurance salesman. The same shady insurance salesman who makes you pay.

I think I'm going to play Nintendogs for a while. Then again, maybe not. That game gets super boring after a while. It's not as addictive as Animal Crossing. I do have Harvest Moon though...that one's okay, even if there's not enough hours in the day...

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murdocsangel
Mar. 10th, 2006 02:43 pm (UTC)
Animal Crossing is awesome. I had it for the Game Cube when I still had my Game Cube...and we had fun with two memory cards...one was our town, and the other became like fifty million towns just so we could have all the expensive fruits...

The DS one is just as fun, even though it's different in some respects. My sister bought a DS just so she could have Animal Crossing. We've been trading fruits, because fruit that's not native to your town is more expensive. And if you plant it, each fruit planted grows into a tree that gives three more fruits.

And, I'm babbling now, lol.

I like Nintendogs, but...I get bored with it rather easily. I think it's more meant as a children's game really...not so much strategy as it is "Hey look! Puppies! That actually listen to me!"

My German Sheppard is cute though...her name is Angel. And the game started me off with a Scottish Terrier that I named Duckey. He's smart. He got first place in the obedience trials. And in the agility competition. For masters.

Still babbling...I'm glad I wasted spent the money to buy these games...hehe
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