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I'm sure there's much more to it than I'm seeing right now, guess I have to be patient. It's wonderfully charming though, not quite the levels of Earthbound, but nice enough.
I want my little Elf guy to learn self-defence though, because those police dogs don't look like they'd do much to prevent crime, especially giving me all the lost and found items.
Can I become a superhero? I'll have to design my own costume, naturally.
Pah, i'll probably go back to it at halloween, then christmas for the presents. And to hit people.
> I enjoyed it for the first week...then I sold it.
Just trying to complete collections and playing NES games.
I find it a very enjoyable game so far, not quite as wonderful as Harvest Moon (which is just fantastic)... but a sorta different type of game.
The only fun I had was putting a Swastika on my t-shirt and running around the village hitting people with my bug catching net.
> New Year's Eve
> Fri, Dec 31, 11 p.m. - 1 a.m.
> Animal Crossing bring a new meaning to the phrase "Party
> Animal." Go down to the lake between 11pm, December 31st and
> 1am, January 1st to celebrate the start of a new year with your
> fellow villagers. There will be a countdown to the new year and there
> will also be a fireworks bonanza. Find Tortimer amongst the crowd and
> he will give you a noisemaker as a memento of the occasion.
> Good God. Does anyone really want to be inside, on their own, playing
> a computer game on one of the only days of the year that everyone
> I guess you can do whatever you like, but wow.
You can just do what I did, change the GC's internal clock to different dates to take advantage of the different events.
"I bought Skies"
I'll play Crossing for a bit, then sell it... I could do with the money.