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Animal Crossing Wild World

Animal Crossing Wild World
alaScore 92

390 reviews

Jul, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 390 reviews of Animal Crossing Wild World. 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 Wild World is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Stacy Kidd (

Animal Crossing -- Wild World

Apr, 2008

Expert review by : Steven Hopper (

Animal Crossing Wild World Review


Nintendo's peculiar simulation hits the DS, offering most of the same great features from the GameCube version in portable form.

Animal Crossing: Wild World is an engaging and compelling life simulator with a quirkiness about itself that young and old will love to play.

Feb, 2006

Expert review by : Rusty Bailey (

Animal Crossing Wild World


Finally, the chance to take your virtual world with you on the go.

Feb, 2006

Expert review by : Maureen "BabyMo" Lubitz (

Animal Crossing: Wild World


Okay, I'll admit it- one of the biggest reasons I was excited about buying a DS was because of the Animal Crossing game. It was one of my favorite games on the GameCube and I was fascinated by the possibilities for the DS.

Animal Crossing: Wild World is an amazing gaming experience. It has something for everyone: fishing, bug hunting, philanthropy (i.e. donating fossils to the museum), epistolatory madness, costume design, music composition, empire building and much...

Dec, 2005

Expert review by : Vyolynce (

Animal Crossing: Wild World


I have an emotional attachment to the original Animal Crossing on the GameCube. I was going through a very rough period in my life-almost a full year of unemployment-at the time the game was released in mid-September 2002, and being able to live an...

Dec, 2005

Expert review by : Daniel Bloodworth (

Animal Crossing: Wild World


"I rubbed this present all over my face. Enjoy!"

Simplicity matched with seemingly endless depth ; Travel to other towns via Wi-Fi ; Hilarious writing

Controls are still a bit imprecise ; Roommates ; Yay Day" and other made up holidays

In the end, paired with Mario Kart DS, Animal Crossing: Wild World is probably the best thing Nintendo could have launched Wi-Fi Connection with, as the two games provide entirely different experiences.  Mario Kart gives players a chance to drive fast...

Dec, 2005

Expert review by : Will Jayson Hill (

Animal Crossing Wild World Review


At its core, Animal Crossing: Wild World has not strayed far from the gameplay conventions that made the original such a critically-acclaimed hit.

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Dec, 2005

Expert review by : Zachary Gasiorowski (

Animal Crossing WIld World on Nintendo DS



Animal Crossing is a non-game game. On paper, this game sounds like Bore Fest 2005. Only when the game is in player’s hands is it appreciated. Replay value is the most fulfilling element of this game. If you didn’t like the first Animal Crossing on GC,...

Dec, 2005

Expert review by : Modojo Staff (

Animal Crossing: Wild World Review


Animal Crossing is finally on the Nintendo DS, and we get our groove on in the little town we like to call Fun. Or Corny.

Community interaction with computer controlled neighbors is handled quite well. Since the world is dynamic, neighbors, the town, relationships, weather and seasons are all constantly changing. The game flows in real-time, even when off, so all your...

Dec, 2005


Expert review by : Phil Theobald (

Animal Crossing: Wild World


A whole new world has opened up on your DS, and it's full of talking animals that want to be your friend.

The online sense of community is great; simple, yet wildly addictive gameplay; hilarious dialogue

No retro games to collect; you can't send mail over the internet; most proper holidays have been eliminated

Dec, 2005

Product Specifications

Players move into a living, breathing world inside the Nintendo DS... and then invite their friends to visit from anywhere on earth. 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. The touch screen makes item management and world navigation a breeze. Typing letters and designing patterns are now just stylus strokes away. Days and seasons pass in real time, so whether players want to decorate their homes, catch bugs or fish, collect brand-new items like hats and sunglasses or just chat with the wild and wacky characters in their villages, there's always something to do.