Animal Crossing New Leaf 3DS £19.99 in Sainsburys
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Animal Crossing New Leaf 3DS £19.99 in Sainsburys

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Found 7th Aug 2015
Animal Crossing New Leaf for £19.99 in Sainsburys standard sticker so should be national also had captain toad for £24.99 which is pretty decent

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NOOK IS WATCHING

CEX sell this game for £30 second hand so getting it new for £19.99 is awesome!

can confirm.. £19.99 in Lincoln. thanks!

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bargain if you can find one

They've got these in Wakefield even better with staff discount

Our local sainsbury has stopped selling everything Nintendo otherwise would have bought it for our daughter's birthday in October...

This price in Folkestone Park Farm

rimz790

Our local sainsbury has stopped selling everything Nintendo otherwise … Our local sainsbury has stopped selling everything Nintendo otherwise would have bought it for our daughter's birthday in October...



It might be available online to order

Hot! Been looking for this for some time

This is an amazing game. Well worth £20.

What do you do in the game? Looking for a new game for my 7year old. She has Tomadachi Life and loves that, is this like that?

I bought this game the day it came out.
The Last of Us was released the same day.
I looked like a numpty as everyone else bought The Last of Us.
And there's me, 19 yrs old... with this game in my hand.
But u know what, Animal Crossing is awesome, so screw them.
Its the best stress release game in existence.
The chilling music, the country life, all those collectables.

neneromanovagirl

What do you do in the game? Looking for a new game for my 7year old. She … What do you do in the game? Looking for a new game for my 7year old. She has Tomadachi Life and loves that, is this like that?


From Wikipedia:
In all of the Animal Crossing games, the player assumes the role of a human character, who moves into a rural village populated with anthropomorphic animals and lives there indefinitely. Gameplay is open-ended: players have no defined objectives, but are instead encouraged to spend their time in the village performing any number of activities, which include collecting items, planting plants or other items, and socializing with the village's residents. All Animal Crossing games are played in real time, utilizing the system's internal clock and calendar. Thus, passage of time in the game world reflects that in reality, as well as the current season and time of day. Some in-game events, such as holidays or the growth of a tree, occur at certain times or require some duration of time to have passed.

One notable feature of the Animal Crossing series is the high level of customization available, some of which affects the outcome of the game. The player character is both named and gendered, and their appearance can be modified by buying or designing custom clothes and accessories or changing the hairstyle (introduced in Wild World). The player's house can also be furnished, decorated, and later expanded: the player can purchase and collect furniture from Tom Nook, the village merchant, and place it anywhere in the house, as well as change both the wallpaper and floor designs. While its terrain, building locations, and initial residents are randomly generated when the game is first begun, the village's name and anthem, as well as some of the residents' catchphrases, are also determined by the player.

Collecting items is a major facet of Animal Crossing: the player can explore the village and gather objects, including fruit from trees, seashells, and discarded items. Nearly all objects can be sold to Tom Nook for Bells, the in-game currency; objects that Tom Nook will not pay the player for will be taken from him free of charge. Players collect objects as often as possible to obtain more Bells, which can than be used to buy desired items. A number of specialized tools are available for other activities such as fishing and insect collecting. Special items, such as fossils and paintings, may be donated to the village museum. The player can choose to socialize with the other animal residents by engaging in conversation, sending and receiving letters, bartering, or playing hide-and-seek. Residents may move in or out of the village depending on the player's actions.

All installments of Animal Crossing allow some form of communication between players, both offline and online. A single village can house up to four human players, though only one can be exploring the village at any given time.The players can interact via written messages through the village post office or bulletin board. The Nintendo GameCube iteration allowed players to travel to other villages by trading memory cards written with the game data, but all subsequent installments allow players to travel and interact online via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, although City Folk also allows the DS Suitcase to travel to others' towns.

It's £19.99 at the Sainsbury's in Salford regents park

Any idea if there are any stockists in central London? I've had no luck so far...

Despite being stickered at £24.99 it was scanning at £19.99 at the Edinburgh Blackhall branch. Still a copy left after I had made my purchase!

This will be my first time playing Animal Crossing! I hope Tom Nook doesn't bash my knees in when I'm out of bells, I heard he's a shady sort.

Still no luck in London. Tried about 10 stores. Anyone know of any? Been after this game for months!

moviematt

Still no luck in London. Tried about 10 stores. Anyone know of any? Been … Still no luck in London. Tried about 10 stores. Anyone know of any? Been after this game for months!



I never find deals like this in London. :-(

Saw today in Middlesbrough (in the town) store. I've played the first, had to wean myself off it!. I was gonna buy this second. I've resisted since the day it came out!. Very hard to put down, hard to stop checking daily. Sadly I'm now addicted to Bakery story from the play store
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