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Animal Crossing for DS

Animal Crossing for DS
alaScore 68

10 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews of Animal Crossing for DS. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo DS Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Animal Crossing for DS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 68/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 10 reviews)

User Reviews  

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Cute, fun, and addicting game for Nintendo DS

 

My Nintendo DS was given to me as a gift in August 2007, and one of the first games I purchased for it was Animal Crossing: Wild World. Though it did take a while to learn the ways of the game (not to mention the DS itself) I found myself immediately...

High-quality graphics for handheld system; "real-time" feature; Wi-Fi

Graphics sometimes appear jagged-lined

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Hey! Don't Trample My Flowers, Bud!

 

Okay folks, my review on Animal Crossings: Wild World for the Nintendo DS, has been a long time coming. I felt I could not give a complete review until I got my DS a Wifi connection. The time has come.

Can Be Set In Real Time

May Get Some Rude Wifi Visitors

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Wild about Animal Crossing Wild World

 

I got my Animal Crossing game bundled with the DS back in March, and have not played any other game. Animal Crossing is a great game for kids or women. My husband thinks it is boring because there is no boss to conquer. For me it is perfectly joyful...

This is a great non violent game for kids and adults of all ages

Ok it's really addicting

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A world of bleh

 

When I was a young lad the game industry was entirely different from how it is now in a lot of small yet major ways. Sega and Nintendo were the only dominating forces of the console scene while still allowing room for other companies like NEC and SNK...

Intresting concept and great graphics

Everything feels bland and underexecuted

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Not Worth Going Wild Over

 

The original "Animal Crossing" for the GameCube was a surprise smash hit for Nintendo. Not only was there almost no game out there quite like it, but it was an original masterpiece that managed to equally capture the imagination of gamers both young...

Online-ready

Too similar and more high-maintenance than the first Animal Crossing

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Imagine, if you can, instead fetching the paper and pipe for Fido. Wild World INDEED!

 

Not all animals can be killed with a hunting rifle. Not every dog can be fed with a hearty bowl of Kibbles 'n Bits. Not every lion, tiger, and bear makes one excitably screech, "Oh my!" There are wild beasts that cohabitate in this world. Rhinos and...

Tons of new stuff to get, plus online play. You really can't go wrong

Wild World is more like the past Animal Crossing repackaged with major tweakage

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AC: greatest game you'll ever know

 

I was first exposed to Animal Crossing when it came out on the Gamecube. I turned it on and immediately I was drawn into this wacky world of Animals, the first being Tom Nook who supposedly helps you find a place to live and work. Nook is a business...

Portability, internet play, formula kept the same

Nothing much changed from the first version

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Animal Crossing: Won't you be my neighbor?

 

It's a wonderful day in my town. I dug up three fossils and two gyroids, then made friends with a rhinoceros and penguin who gave me a haz-mat barrel and classic wallpaper, respectively. What does this all mean? I've been playing this game way too...

Portable, tons to do, can be addictive to all ages

One game per card, no built-in "towns" for WiFi deficient folk

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Animal Crossing: Wild World: A Wild Wi-Fi Wonderland

 

Overall: 8

Neverending gameplay, multiplayer Wi-Fi connection, open-ended goals

Cutesy, underdeveloped graphics; daily investment

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Animal Crossing: Wild World: - Ooh Baby Baby It's a Wild World

 

Hi, my name is Jeremy and I'm an Animal Crossing addict. My story begins with the release of the wildly original game on the Gamecube in the latter half of 2002. I was instantly pulled in and could not escape it's grasp for many weeks. As one might...

An Endless Experience With a Ton to Do, Multiplayer and Online Capabilities

Limited Options for Multiplayer and Online Multiplayer