Share Animal Crossing: New Leaf Experiences with the Nintendo 3DS Image Share Service
Windsor, UK (PRWEB UK) 21 June 2013
Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the game thatâs already taken Japan by storm, selling more than 4 million copies in just over 6 months, launched in Europe for the Nintendo 3DS family of consoles. At the same time, the new Nintendo 3DS Image Share service becomes available in Europe, allowing players to easily share images from their game to Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr.
In Japan, where the game has been available since November 2012, itâs become a phenomenon on social media as well, with more than 193,000 fans eagerly following tweets from one of the gameâs key characters: the town hall secretary Isabelle, who is always at hand to assist players in their new role as mayor. Japanese players have also been flexing their creative muscles with the myriad of customisation features possible in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and many images of their homes, custom clothing designs and unique town planning can be found on social networks.
The captivating life simulation now on Nintendoâs latest handheld console gives players the freedom to do anything they please as the mayor of an idyllic town inhibited by a wide variety of animals. Build a dream home, design clothes or curate the local museum with collections ranging from fish, bugs, dinosaur fossils and classic art to anything gamers like to put on display! Animal Crossing: New Leaf takes place in real-time so players can experience different things as time passes; whilst living the life people always dreamed of, friendships develop and seasons change.
As new events unfold every day, Animal Crossing: New Leaf is perfectly suited to being downloaded directly from the Nintendo eShop, so the game is always on someone's console. In Japan, where around a quarter of all sales have been of the digital download variety, fans have embraced the convenience of always having their town at the ready on their Nintendo 3DS. Whether playing alone or visiting each otherâs towns in local or online multiplayer, Animal Crossing: New Leaf makes it a breeze to connect with other players and share the experience.
Players can also take snapshots of their favourite moments by simply pressing the L Button and R Button together at nearly any point in the game: a funny quote from a favourite animal, the proudest interior decoration, a beautiful moonlit night or a proud accomplishment as mayor, itâs easy to fill up an album full of Animal Crossing memories.
Thanks to the Nintendo 3DS Image Share service, players now have a seamless way to share such memories on their Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr profiles too. Visiting this website on the Nintendo 3DS Internet Browser allows people to upload snaps and add comments directly to social network accounts without having to close the game*!
A Special Edition Animal Crossing: New Leaf Nintendo 3DS XL console with the game pre-installed is also launching today, in celebration of the arrival of a game that critics have been bestowing with glowing reviews:
The Telegraph, 5 out of 5 â" âUnfailingly generous and constantly surprising, Nintendoâs charming, humane life sim is another 3DS delight...â
â... every time you open your 3DS to play New Leaf, you know youâre almost certain to experience something new or surprising.â
EDGE, 9 out of 10 â" âa high watermark for a series that has never been far shy of excellent.â
Eurogamer, 9 out of 10 â" âNew Leaf's easily the best Animal Crossing since the first. It's another testament to open-ended fun, another reminder that play does not have to be funnelled towards conditions like victory and defeat.â
IGN, 9.6 out of 10 â" âAnimal Crossing: New Leaf isn't just a game itâs a whole new world full of lovable characters and insurmountable charm.â
âNew Leaf is a truly magical game, one that gamers can easily expect to invest hundreds of hours in over the course of years. Anyone with access to a 3DS should absolutely give this game a try - just be prepared to kiss real life goodbye.â
Downshift to the good life in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, launching across Europe today at retail, as a digital download on Nintendo eShop as well as preinstalled on the Special Edition Animal Crossing: New Leaf Nintendo 3DS XL console.
For further details:
Nintendo 3DS Image Share service (access on Nintendo 3DS): https://i.nintendo.net/
Animal Crossing UK on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AnimalCrossingUK
Isabelle from Animal Crossing: New Leaf on Twitter: @AC_Isabelle
Animal Crossing: New Leaf website: http://nintendo.co.uk/animalcrossing
Nintendo 3DS Guided Tour: http://guidedtour.nintendo.co.uk
Nintendo 3DS (UK) on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Nintendo3DSUK
Nintendo UK on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/NintendoUK
Nintendo UK on Twitter: @nintendouk
About Nintendo 3DS:
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