It’s time to dive into my second day of life in Waikiki with Animal Crossing: New Leaf for the Nintendo 3DS. Again, I may leave some sections out to keep the already insane length down, but please enjoy.
Highlights today include my new house, approval rating fun, fishing, and another trip to a Japanese village. 🙂 Read on for everything:
So thanks to the wonderful folks over at Nintendo of Canada, I was able to obtain an early copy of Animal Crossing: New Leaf yesterday, a couple days prior to the release. I already planned on doing daily gameplay posts on here, but they’re starting a little early now!
Keep reading if you want to view my first day in Animal Crossing: New Leaf! Beware of potential spoilers.
We’ve got screenshots of eight new puns from the English version of Animal Crossing: New Leaf, thanks to Jon Wahlgren from over at Nintendo Life. I’m quite the fan of these, most notably the Crucian Carp.
Anyway, the rest of them are hidden after the break to avoid spoilers for those who are concerned about that. Enjoy!
As we approach the two month mark until Animal Crossing: New Leaf begins to release worldwide, the marketing machine will start to warm up. To start us off, Nintendo of America has launched the mini-site for Animal Crossing: New Leaf with a few new screenshots.
Stay tuned for when the full website goes up! I’ve also embedded the new screenshots from the site below:
It was Easter Day around the world recently and there’s an event in Animal Crossing: New Leaf to celebrate it! It was known as Bunny Day in City Folk and it may be called that again in the English versions of New Leaf. All of the details are below:
It’s Girl’s Day in Japan today and of course there’s a mini holiday in Animal Crossing: New Leaf for it! You might also know it by Doll Festival or Girl’s Festival. The Girl’s Day holiday doesn’t have a whole lot to it in New Leaf but we’ll talk about what there is anyway!