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    Nintendo Brings Fantasy Life Westward - E3

    Have you given up on ever being able to life a new, more fantastic life? Nintendo is stepping in to give you some hope.

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    Well, I'm getting a 3DS.

    Just kidding, of course I've had one for years, but this is happy news!

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    I never thought this day would come. Super stoked, I've wanted to play this game for a long time.
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    Can anyone tell me more about this game? It looks a lot like Animal Crossing...

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    It's sort of like Animal Crossing with some light RPG elements brought in. Like if Animal Crossing spawned a Rune Factory the same way Harvest Moon did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcservant View Post
    Can anyone tell me more about this game? It looks a lot like Animal Crossing...
    Michael Baker's import review did a lot to dampen my enthusiasm for this game a while back. I'm still interested, but I'll definitely be waiting for more reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azilis View Post
    Michael Baker's import review did a lot to dampen my enthusiasm for this game a while back. I'm still interested, but I'll definitely be waiting for more reviews.
    Michael's review tempered my expectations a bit, but I still want it. The game did ridiculously well in Japan, so it must have done something right to warrant those kinds of sales.
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    I will reiterate: this game was fun and addictive, but man was it shallow, plotwise...

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    I'm rather intrigued. While I haven't decided if I will get this game (I have grown weary of Animal Crossing), I am glad this is coming Stateside.
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