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Nintendo Direct reveals Animal Crossing 3DS details

As a grown man with a beard and a checking account, I love the Animal Crossing series. If The Sims just isn't adorable enough, you should too.

In its latest Nintendo Direct video, Nintendo detailed the new entry in the AC series for 3DS, Animal Crossing: Jump Out. The whole 47-minute video can be viewed here, but it's all in Japanese. Luckily, NeoGAF member StreetsAhead translated the information as it aired.

Some notable features include the player's ability to design roads, use their voice to get in-game character's attention with the 3DS's microphone, and local wireless that allows up to four players to play cooperatively. We also will see the return of musician KK Slider, who now performs DJ sets in the new comedy club.

I already spend a huge amount of my real-life time in a comedy club, so it looks like Animal Crossing has taken another step toward taking over my actual life with a more convenient digital one.

Reported by Matthew Jay



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