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Animal Crossing: Wild World On European Wii U Virtual Console This Week

Animal Crossing fans who own a Wii U have something to be happy about this week as Nintendo UK has announced that Animal Crossing: Wild World is arriving on the Wii U Virtual Console. You will be able to get your hands on the game on Thursday, November 19th and it will cost you €9.99 / £8.99.

Welcome to the friendly village of Animal Crossing! Every player’s village is unique and it’s up to you to decide how you spend your time there, and which characters you befriend. Time will pass in real time, so different activities and surprises happen depending on the time of the day. Return to the village frequently to discover special events only happening on certain dates, such as birthdays and other celebrations. (Online and multiplayer features are not available in this version.)

11 thoughts on “Animal Crossing: Wild World On European Wii U Virtual Console This Week”

  1. Pingback: Video: Animal Crossing: Wild World Virtual Console Trailer | My Nintendo News

  2. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3

    Do you want an Animal Crossing mainline game on the Wii U? Here you go! Have the DS title Wild World! *laughs at the Wii U userbase’s dumbfounded, angry and/or annoyed faces*

    1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3

      Same. I was so excited for City Folk! I thought I’d get to explore this big ass city when I get bored of being in my village! Then I get the game & see the city………………….! “What the fuck is this shit!? This isn’t a god damn city! I wouldn’t even call this a fucking mall!” I was so pissed.

      1. Right!? CF was literally a port of WW with a “city” tacked on in the last week of development. I don’t think I even sank 15 hours into it before I shelved it for good, it was so underwhelming.

        1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3

          I gave it a few weeks so I really, really tried to like it. But yeah. Underwhelming is definitely the right word.

      2. You’ll be completely unable to get the hair salon without multiplayer which also means you can’t fully upgrade the store. You need to have a visitor buy something in your town to get it, so without multiplayer you essentially can’t really complete it. It’s a shame they took down all the servers for DS games.

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