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Author: bloomer
Posted: January 11, 2009 (05:21 AM)
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I am shocked and appalled!

I got this for xmas but haven't put it in yet. But I really thought that with Nintendo doing this, and Animal Crossing just being one of the finest games ever, they wouldn't just do an unchanged retread. Is that what you're saying it is? I don't even have untransferable data but your review makes me depressed. Though it was funny at other times.

Re: the title. I feel that the 2 different titles actually suggest different things.

'City Folk' sounds like the subject of the game is people who live in the city, though maybe as perceived mentally by people who don't.

'Let's Go To The City!' makes it clear it's about people who don't live in the city, but maybe think it'd be cool to go there. So actually I think this is a more accurate title.

One of the bumpkins hails a bus and says, 'ARE YOU GOING TO THE CITY?' When the driver says yes, the bumpkin says, 'WHAT'S IT LIKE? DO THEY HAVE MACHINES THERE?'


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Author: jerec
Posted: January 11, 2009 (02:01 PM)
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Well, yeah, "Let's go to the City" is perhaps the more accurate title, since you simply catch the bus there. But you travel there on your own, so the title makes you think you might be talking to some imaginary friend.

But yeah, the game is practically identical to the two games that preceeded it.


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