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Animal Crossing: Wild World Latest News - DS

Game Description:Live out an alternate life in Animal Crossing in this all-new sequel to the wildly popular GameCube game. The DS version goes one step further, allowing you to take your town truly online! Join up to three friends online in the same virtual town, either through wireless LAN or over the Internet, and interact in real time. Visit a friend that lives thousands of miles away, now right here in town. Get a job, build a house, go fishing, catch bugs, or just chat with neighbors and friends. There's always something to do in your town!
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  • What's A 'Prosocial' Video Game? One Professor Explains

    I was recently reading a study about the impact video games have on children that didn't focus on violence. Rather, Iowa State University professor Douglas Gentile and other researchers were looking at how "prosocial" titles can actually encourage children to share and support others. You can read through their entire findings...

    Posted July 7, 2009

    What's A 'Prosocial' Video Game? One Professor Explains
  • Naughty Words Found in Promo Copies of 'Animal Crossing: Wild World.'

    Update! Nintendo's Official Response: Previously played copies of the 2005 DS game Animal Crossing: Wild World were sent to 14 members of the media to demonstrate the ability of players to transfer items to the new Animal Crossing: City Folk for Wii. We regret that an offensive phrase was included without our knowledge via a wireless function...

    Posted December 3, 2008| 26 Comments

    Naughty Words Found in Promo Copies of 'Animal Crossing: Wild World.'

 


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