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Game Description:NOTE: As a rental, this game does not include the memory card 59. Create a thriving community that works even while you sleep! Animal Crossing is a "community sim" that takes place in real-time. Get a job, build and furnish a house and explore your village. Then take it on the road with your memory card, and visit your friends' villages as well. Multiplayer options allow up to four players to "live" in your village, and with a Game Boy Advance there are plenty of other options. Don't forget to look for the hidden classic NES games!
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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

 


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