Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo DS) New & Factory Sealed by Mat Digital Solution

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Brand: DS World


  • In this sequel to the wildly popular Nintendo GameCube game,
  • players and up to three friends can hang out in the same village and interact
  • in real-time - either through wireless LAN or over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Now players can visit a friend's village from thousands of miles away.
  • Geniune Seller by Mat Digital Solution
  • Same Day dispatch with (signed for) if you are order before 10am

Binding: Video Game

Platform: This game works on Ds, Ds lite, Dsxl, 3ds, 2ds, and 3dsxl consoles

Publisher: Foxcon

Details: Animal Crossing Wild World takes you into a real-time virtual world where an entire village is waiting to be explored. Whether you want to decorate your home, catch bugs or fish, or just chat with the characters in your village, there's always something to do. Days and seasons pass in real time, and you can visit the vilages of online players -- even if they're a thousand miles away. The lowdown: The world of Animal Crossing seems a peculiarly simple one at first: there are no levels to be beaten or bad guys to overcome, just a cheerful little village to maintain, as you water flowers, catch fish and dig for fossils. But before you know it the game has its hooks in you, as you meet friends via the Wi-Fi Network Connection to chat and compete or start playing the turnip stock market. With over 600 different pieces of furniture to collect the game has a near infinite lifetime and by running in real-time with special events all through the year you'll find yourself checking in daily with what's going on around town. Most exciting moment: Winning a fishing competition against three friends and rubbing their noses in it via the online chat. Since you ask: The first Animal Crossing game was actually released on the N64 in Japan - the GameCube version was a slightly enhanced version of this. The bottom line: Live the life idyllic on your DS with the best use of the Wi-Fi Network Connection yet. HARRISON DENT

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