Nintendo's Inside the Treehouse series is back with more on Animal Crossing: New Leaf. The latest video focuses on island activities, including the single and multiplayer Tour mini-games that serve as a way to earn some in-game cash. Check it out after the jump.
We've seen a bunch of videos showcasing the upcoming Animal Crossing: New Leaf, but none have zapped a real kid into the game like Captain N… until now. The first TV commercial for the 3DS entry is here, and Animal Crossing fans will either be jealous or creeped out at this dude's experience. Check it out after the jump.
Once you get out of your starter tent and move into a house purchased from the iron grip of Tom Nook, you'll have plenty of ways to customize your abode in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. See how some of that customization works in the latest preview after the jump.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf is scheduled to arrive on 3DS in North America and Europe on June 9 and June 14, respectively. Nintendo knows everyone is dying to drop beaucoup bells in the town's shops, so the latest tourism trailer previews some of the fine establishments you'll be able to support during your adorable stay. Dig in after the jump.
Great news for everyone who was excited about yesterday's Animal Crossing 3DS XL bundle post. At this morning's Nintendo Direct presentation, it was confirmed that the special system will head to both North America and Europe alongside the game's release. More after the jump.
3DS-centric Nintendo Direct broadcasts are set to kick off tomorrow at 10:00am Eastern for both America and Europe, and hopefully one of the announcements will concern the Animal Crossing: New Leaf 3DS bundle. A listing for the bundle was recently spotted on UK retailer ShopTo's site, so it's looking like a very real possibility. More after the jump!
Summer seems like the perfect time to dig into a new Animal Crossing. Nintendo's latest commercial for Animal Crossing: New Leaf presents plenty of reasons to kick it inside the 3DS no matter how nice it is outside, so go ahead and start planning your mayorship after watching the clip after the jump.
Nintendo offered up a release date for Animal Crossing: New Leaf this morning, so there's no better time to take a look at the localization. Heck, I haven't played Animal Crossing in ages, but this quaint trailer even cast a spell over me. Check it out after the jump.
Expect plenty of Nintendo news as the day progresses, because this morning saw a special Valentine's Day Nintendo Direct presentation. Let's start with some news most of you will love: Animal Crossing: New Leaf has been dated for both North America and Europe. Read on for more!
Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a major success on Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Not only has it topped the charts since release, it's sold out! Good news for Nintendo, bad news for fans, as New Leaf uses a special type of cartridge, so it could be a couple months before more make their way to stores. Read on for more.
Nintendo finally started dipping into paid downloadable content recently, but that doesn't mean the company finds it suitable for every game. Animal Crossing: New Leaf is one title in particular that won't be receiving paid DLC, as Nintendo President Satoru Iwata says it's not wholesome enough to fit in with the Animal Crossing philosophy. Read on for more.
Yesterday we saw a set of commercials for Animal Crossing: Jump Out, which lands on Nintendo 3DS in Japan on November 8. Today's Nintendo Direct presentation revealed the official English title of the game, which is still on track for a 2013 release. Check out the first English trailer after the jump!
The Animal Crossing series isn't without its stresses—we've all been knee deep in debt to Tom Nook before, after all—but it's still pretty relaxing overall. Animal Crossing: Jump Out is bringing the simple life to Nintendo 3DS, and you can take a stroll along with it in the collection of commercials after the jump.