Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome Amiibo [ 3DS ROMS ]

Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome Amiibo

Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome Amiibo

Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome Amiibo

An incredible update to a charming series. The amount of polish along with bonus features made coming back everyday something I looked forward to. Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome Amiibo I played the game for a solid year straight to catch every bug, fish, and deep-sea creature to complete my museum (something I hadn’t done in the previous installments). While I might have killed my own enthusiasm about the game, Nintendo did everything to make New Leaf worth returning to. The characters were cute, the customization options were through the roof, and the expanded island getaway (with mini-games!) was a joy with friends. The extra attention given to holidays was also just great, making each one feel wholly unique. While I’m not going to go over my thoughts about the main game, I am going to address the Welcome amiibo update and how it has rekindled my love for New Leaf. I didn’t think you could add so much for free, but Nintendo has once again shown how dedicated it can be to its fans.

Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome Amiibo

Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome Amiibo After grabbing the update from the eShop and booting the game up, I didn’t expect to be sitting on the initial train ride into my town. I thought I might have wiped my save or corrupted some data, but it turns out this ride is all so Isabelle (your assistant) can explain about the new campground in your town. This campground is home to a new character, a dog named Harv, and a new form of currency with which to buy items. Once you get off the train and walk over to the camp, Harv talks about the MEOW (mutual exchange of wealth) coupons that you can use to acquire stuff from the campground. Along with that, Isabelle explains the new “town initiatives” that reward you with coupons. These range from small tasks like “Go fishing” to bigger, week-long tasks like, “Donate five fossils,” and so on. While these goals are really fun and go a long way to incentivizing returning players to come back, I noticed that the game never took into account that I’ve completed my museum. There is no possible way for me to donate any new fossils, art, bugs, or fish, yet some initiatives task me with doing so. Seems like a strange oversight, though it doesn’t ruin the rest of the experience.


Release Date : December 2, 2016
Publisher : Nintendo
Developer : Nintendo FB
Region : EUR
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RAR File Size : 986MB


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