Animal Crossing; Let's Go To The City

GOT ALL OF THEMAs with the other two games, Animal Crossing; Let's Go To The City (AKA City Folk in other regions) brings with it a world of crazy ass geology and dinosaur goodness. You can excavate fossils, donate them to the museum, show them off in your house, sell them for cash or if you are feeling particularly generous, you can give them to fellow villagers who will put them in stupid places in their house, try to sell them back to you and then move out. Make no bones about it readers (and loyal followers) this post is but a mere ruse so I can show off my sick Wario threads and the completed palaeontology halls.

Dinosauriness: ACLGTTC boasts the most dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures of all the Animal Crossing games, if this trend continues then the 3DS game might justify the purchase of a 3DS just to absorb the dinosaur goodness. If you dig for victory, you will eventually find; Some amber, an ammonite, Ankylosaurus, Apatosaurus, Archaeopteryx, a coprolite, Dimetrodon, a dinosaur egg, a dinosaur track, a fossil fern, Ichthyosaurus, Iguanodon, Mammoth, Pachycephalosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Peking Man (Homo erectus), Plesiosaurus, Pteranodon, Velociraptor, Sabertooth tiger (Smilodon), Seismosaurus, fossil shark tooth (megalodon), Stegosaurus, Styracosaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops and a trilobite.

Got all of those too! You should see my house
Scientific Accuracy: Well it's hard to judge scale when a human child is the same height as talking racoons, elephants and oh-so-elusive talking octopus people. Of more concern is the unique geology of Gaywood (insert the name of your town here) Town that seemlessly rolls all these strata of different ages into one. Unless of course Gaywood was previously an isolated paradise, protected from the extinction events of the rest of the world so that at one point in the near geologic past trilobites lived alongside mammoths and seismosaurs. It's best not to overthink these things, if you are really concerned there is probably a fan fiction about it.

Buzz Bonus: Close examination of the Archaeopteryx fossil shows that the fossil appears to be similar, albeit cropped slightly losing the tail, to the juvenile Archaeopteryx specimen currently on display at the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin. A museum I was very lucky to visit just last week


Animal Crossing 3DS said...

In ANIMAL CROSSING 3ds you can do lots of things like change clothes,talk to animals,catch bug and probably be a mayor in your own town. I love this game very much. I just collect this at PIJ. Really awesome creation.

Animal Crossing 3DS said...

Ohh really awesome. I visited many sites but have not find any other informative like this. I enjoy your review and just take a decision to collect this game at PIJ. Great game to play I think :)