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Video: GameXplain Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival Preview

The team at GameXplain have posted a hands-on preview of the upcoming Wii U title, Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival. The clip talks you through what to expect from the game’s features and also shows over twenty minutes of gameplay footage.

The title has 12 different boards to play on, one for every month in the year, and you can choose whichever you like at any time. Each board has a theme dependant on the month it is based on, and each turn on the board counts for one day in the month – meaning that particular game is over after the month passes.

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival is due to be released in November this year. You can check out the preview clip over on GameXplain’s YouTube channel.

11 thoughts on “Video: GameXplain Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival Preview”

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    1. So basically, it’s similar to Mario Party, but without the mini-games, and nothing buy Happening Spaces? Sounds shallow. I’m very skeptical about this game. But still more interested than I was in Happy Home Designer. Joan the turnip seller…….man, I always thought Joan was SO pointless in the regular Animal Crossing games. Like, why fool with buying and reselling turnips when you can make SO much more bells in other ways?

      And I’m sick of reading comments that say “you have to buy amiibo to play this? Well, I won’t be getting this game after all”. How DUMB can anyone be? Does that many people really not have ANY amiibo? It’s called “Amiibo Festival”. HELLO! Man, just buy some Animal Crossing amiibo cards if you have to. They’re only $5.99 for 6 cards (in North America). I don’t understand people’s feelings on this.

    2. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3

      If this game does well in NintenD’OH!’s eyes, I can see it now. “You want a Metroid Prime game for Wii U? Well here it is! Metroid Prime: amiibo Wars! Enjoy this awesome new party game! Invite your friends & family as you take on the Space Pirates & Metroid Prime/Dark Samus in an intergalactic war spanning across 5-7 planets!”

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