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Nintendo Animal Crossing: Let's Go To The City, Wii Nintendo Wii video game

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Nintendo Animal Crossing: Let's Go To The City, Wii, Nintendo Wii, Action, E (Everyone)
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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2013-08-18
Testseek has collected 21 expert reviews for Nintendo Animal Crossing: Let's Go To The City, Wii and the average expert rating is 75 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
75%
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nowgamer.com
Updated:
2013-08-18
It’s been a fair while since we’ve seen an Animal Crossing title on the home consoles, but the nature of the game demands very little by updates. It’s the kind of title in which you create your own gameplay. In fact, we’re hard pushed to call it a game...
Bottom line A lovely game for the right people. It may not appeal to more hardcore gamers, but for anyone else it’s excellent. 8.7/10Print this pageUser reviews (1)Share this pageNoticed something wrong? Report error/mistake...
87%
impulsegamer.com
Updated:
2013-08-18
Eddie Millarion8.2 One of the most popular GameCube games arrives on the Nintendo Wii that could be considered the Nintendo version of the "Sims", however more entertaining. This revival of the Animal Crossing franchise began on the Nintendo DS with A...
82%
gamesradar.com
Updated:
2013-08-18
We just had the most terrible nightmare. We were in debt to this horrid raccoon called Tom, and all our neighbors had animal heads and they kept spouting the same nonsense over and over, day after day, for years. The worst part is we could swear we’d d...
Good Meeting old pals in the city, Migrating from the DS, Earning bells...
Bad Few new features, Dated graphics, Devs not really even trying...
80%
gameplanet.co.nz
Updated:
2013-08-18
An excellent choice for newcomers to the series; for long-time fans its a bit like watching a remake of your favourite classic movie: predictable, with no major surprises in store... but certainly no less enjoyable than the original...
Good Inclusion of the Wii Speak microphone is a great concept that will enhance the game’s social appeal; despite remaining largely unchanged since its inception, the game remains as addictive as ever.
Bad No noteworthy improvements or innovation shown in graphics or content; could have done without the on-screen pointer.
75%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-08-18
Despite the huge success of Wii Fit and enduring popularity of the Wii, 2008 hasnt been a vintage year for Nintendos long-term fans. Having endured 11 months with only to keep us happy, we now have to face a Christmas with no new game, no new...
70%
smh.com.au
Updated:
2013-08-18
Animal Crossing: Lets Go To The CityWii G, $99.953 out of 5 Whether you view this latest Animal Crossing as a lazy, overpriced remake or a refreshing and charming time-waster will no doubt depend entirely on whether you are a long-time Nintendo l...
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