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  • Blog Post: Replay – Animal Crossing

    We typically traffic in nostalgia here on Replay, but we're getting far more personal with this episode. With the release of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer , we thought it would be timely to go back and revisit some of our Animal Crossing towns on GameCube. As it turns out, we left worlds filled... More
  • Blog Post: The Top 10 Games On 3DS

    The 3DS library may have been a slow burn at first, but in the years since its initial launch, Nintendo has built a strong line-up around its most recent handheld. Though the dual-screen setup is the same as the preceding DS handheld, and the entertainment industry's flirtation with 3D technology... More
  • Blog Post: E3 2015 Predictions: Nintendo

    E3 is once again upon us. Announcements will be made, and Nintendo will do doubt use the show to outline some of its plans for the future. The anticipation is part of the fun, so we're looking into our crystal ball to predict some of Nintendo's next moves. More Amiibos On The Way This is a no... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Racing Full 200cc In Mario Kart 8's New Animal Crossing DLC Tracks

    A new batch of Mario Kart 8 DLC dropped today , as well as the excruciatingly fast 200cc difficulty – which we are terrible at. Join myself, Ben Reeves, and Wade Wojcik as we sample four of the eight new tracks and try to figure out who is the best Mario Karter among us. After that, Brian Shea... More
  • Blog Post: Predicting Amiibo Functionality In Nintendo’s 2015 Games

    Nintendo’s Amiibos already have plenty of functions in many of Nintendo’s games. While the Smash Bros. line can only use the read and write capabilities of their Amiibos in Smash Bros., we have already gotten some interesting rewards for scanning the figures to our gamepads. In the future... More
  • Blog Post: Versus Mode – Debating Animal Crossing

    Versus Mode is a special feature that we're doing today, and it focuses on two editors debating the merits of a particular game or series. This entry features senior associate editor Dan Ryckert debating the Animal Crossing series with associate editor Kyle Hilliard. Dan: So Kyle...you don’t... More
  • Blog Post: Returning To My Animal Crossing: New Leaf Ghost Town

    I really love Animal Crossing. Ever since the original on Gamecube, I've spent hundreds of hours delivering carpet, digging up fossils, and talking to neurotic penguins. Its leisurely pace is a far cry from the action games that I've traditionally gravitated towards, but I've never been able... More
  • Blog Post: How To Get Rich Quick In Animal Crossing: New Leaf

    Animal Crossing: New Leaf has been out for almost two months, but its nearly endless replay value still has fans hooked. If you're tired of shaking trees and selling fruit in an effort to afford that next house upgrade, you can stop now. Follow this guide to be raking in the bells in no time at all... More
  • Blog Post: Sharing Silly Stories Is Animal Crossing's Strong Suit

    The first Animal Crossing hit the U.S. via the GameCube in 2004. I passed by the colorful box on various rental and game store shelves, never giving the charming social sim a second glance. I hadn’t read anything about the goofy anthropomorphic animal residents or fruit harvesting in the gaming... More
  • Blog Post: How To Unlock And Use QR Codes In Animal Crossing: New Leaf

    Animal Crossing: New Leaf has been out for almost a month now, so many of you probably already have an expanded house and a variety of shops in your town. Being as time sensitive as the game is, however, there are plenty of more features and surprises to come. One feature that's new to the series... More
  • Blog Post: Games That Were At The Right Place, At The Right Time

    Gaming has been a big part of my life for almost as long as I can remember. Sometimes it’s been background noise , while other times it’s taken over everything around me . There have been a few standout games though, that seemed to have arrived with perfect timing. Here are three of them... More
  • Blog Post: Time Is Of The Essence

    Time is one of those things that you simply can’t fight. The clock keeps spinning ‘round, whether or not you want it to. Rather than fight it, a few games have cleverly incorporated the element of time directly into gameplay. Here are a few noteworthy examples of time-sensitive games. Animal... More
  • Blog Post: What Would Craigslist Be Like If Games Were Real?

    At Gameslist, we provide a tongue-in-cheek forum for characters to unload their unwanted stuff. Check out the latest listings! LOOKING FOR THAT SPECIAL APARTMENT? YOU'RE IN LUCK, FRIEND!!! Date: 2011-06-12, 4:03PM EDT Reply to: NB1974@gameslist.org Cozy 1 bed/1 bath apartment in scenic South Bohan... More
  • Blog Post: Christmas Celebrations In Video Games

    What better way to celebrate the holiday season than with your favorite games! With this in mind, developers oftentimes add time-sensitive events or festive features to get gamers into the holiday spirit. Here are just a few ways video games celebrate Christmas. World of Warcraft: During the Feast of... More
  • Blog Post: Gaming's Loyal Animal Companions

    There’s nothing like a good animal sidekick to aid you on your journey. Whether it’s a wisecracking bird, a dog with a huge bite, or an adorable green dino with an adhesive tongue, these loyal animals stick by your side to make your quest that much easier. Take a look at some of our favorite... More
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