This delightful Animal Crossing: New Leaf 2-Poster Set is now available on the US Club Nintendo website for 500 coins. Celebrate village life with this exclusive new set of posters featuring characters from the Animal Crossing: New Leaf game.
The first poster shines the spotlight on the many recurring characters from your town’s shops and special events—including the Able Sisters, Jingle the reindeer and more. The second poster features all of the villagers available in the game, from anteaters to wolves and every charming creature in between.
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Nintendo’s Aya Kyogoku and Katsuya Eguchi will be hosting a special Animal Crossing: New Leaf postmortem at this year’s Games Developer Conference which takes place in San Francisco, California from March 17th to the 21st. The Animal Crossing: New Leaf postmortem will be a chance for Kyogoku and Eguch to explain what it was like working on such an acclaimed and popular franchise. This postmortem will be one hour-long and a date and time will be announced shortly.
Super Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai has posted a new 3DS screenshot showing Kapp’n and Donkey Kong having a little chat on The Island in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. In fact, this is the first time The Island has been shown in the daily pictures for the 3DS version, and has sparked up conversation in the Miiverse community, with many users questioning Sakurai as to whether it’s a new stage. For the moment, at least, he’s left us with this caption:
“Yar, I wants to watch some o’ that Smash action, too, ye great beast!”
TIME has named their top 10 video games of 2013 and have included three Nintendo titles, along with two additional titles which appear on multiple platforms. Skylanders: Swap Force swooped in at number 10, Pikmin 3 placed at number seven, Animal Crossing: New Leaf at number five, Pokemon X & Y at number three, and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag rounded it out at number two. What do you think of Nintendo’s showing? Should Super Mario 3D World and A Link Between Worlds have made the list? What is on the list that has no business being there? See below for the full list.
- Grand Theft Auto V
- Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
- Pokemon X & Y
- Gone Home
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf
- The Last of Us
- Pikmin 3
- BioShock Infinite
- Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
- Skylanders: Swap Force
Club Nintendo Japan has added Animal Crossing magnets to its slew of rewards. The items display the faces of two characters from Animal Crossing: New Leaf – secretary Isabelle and her brother Digby, who’s also in charge of the Happy Home Showcase. The set of two can be redeemed by members of Club Nintendo Japan for 250 points.
During the month of December, Nintendo is giving out a Christmas-themed item for your home via SpotPass in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. All you have to do is connect to the internet and talk to whoever is in the Post Office. From there you can select to download the item, which in this case is a tree stump chair. The offer is time-limited, so make sure to pick it up while you still can. Is anyone else decorating their Animal Crossing home with a Christmas theme for the holidays?
Nintendo of Europe have posted a new TV advert to their YouTube channel for Animal Crossing: New Leaf. This time, the company has reached out to sisters Penélope and Mónica Cruz. In fact, the two actresses appear much more interested in trading items through the game than shooting their scenes on set, but they better give the little girl her bamboo back! Coupled with the Animal Crossing seasonal trailer Nintendo published last week, the game’s sure to appear under a fair few household trees this Christmas.
new trailer to entice the shoppers this holiday season and given us yet another reason why Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a magical game all year-round.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf has sold incredibly well worldwide, but that doesn’t mean the advertising should come to a halt – especially this Christmas. Nintendo UK has published a
In the above advertisement, you’ll find what new clothes or furniture you can purchase, as well as new events you can participate in. For those who already own the game, the advertisement serves as a gentle reminder that you should never neglect your town for too long.
Nintendo of America has just announced that popular company President Reggie Fils-Aime will be answering fan questions again on Twitter tonight, starting soon at 6:30PM EST. During his last session, Reggie revealed that he has logged over 300 hours on Animal Crossing: New Leaf, showing his 3DS screen to fans. For Reggie’s latest news, info, and fun tidbits, be sure to follow the Nintendo of America Twitter account. What will you be asking Reggie tonight?
After many successful weeks within the UK charts, Nintendo is beginning to lose its firm grip. This week, Nintendo’s life simulation game Animal Crossing: New Leaf is the only title in the company’s line-up to grace the top 10 within the all formats at number 5. The bell looting game is sandwiched in between FIFA 13 and PlayStation 3 game The Last of Us.
The individual formats aren’t showing significant changes either, though Animal Crossing does move into third place with Luigi’s Mansion 2 and Mario and Luigi: Dream Team Bros. in 10th and 11th, respectively. Wii U title Pikmin 3 sees a significant slide down into 30th position from 11th, and in the all formats chart crawls just inside the top 40 at number 37. You can check out the all formats top 10 below, or in full here, as well as the individual chart here.
1. Payday 2
2. Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition
3. Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2
4. FIFA 13
5. Animal Crossing: New Leaf
6. The Last Of Us
7. The Smurfs 2
8. LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
9. Tomb Raider
10. Grand Theft Auto IV