On the third floor of Nintendo’s U.S. headquarters, next to the conference rooms named after Mario and Donkey Kong, there’s a door that you can’t open. There’s no boss key or warp pipe here—unless you’re one of the handful of people with a high-security keycard, you’re not getting in.
Luigi's Mansion recreated in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. By Rae Broom of StreetPass Princeton. Her town's Dream Address is 7300-3355-9805.
This new Nintendo Europe commercial starts out harmless enough. There are celebrities, there's some Animal Crossing, there's some 3DS. Then the crimes kick in.
Edberg Panganiban is now selling maybe the best Christmas stocking stuffer of them all: little resin Animal Crossing figures, hand-painted to match your own character's design.
Screw municipal management. Nothing matters in Animal Crossing as much as what you’re wearing. So it’s exciting that there’s a new top Legend of Zelda-themed top coming to New Leaf today. Starting today, you can grab the top by scanning the QR Code you see right here.
Oh you beautiful green light, how I've missed you.
Tiny Cartridge has found a glitch that I've heard lots about recently, as it allows you to duplicate items in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. The method is not exactly what I'd call "safe," but that's how it usually is with exploitations like this.
This might sound rash. I'm going to suggest you basically demolish your island. Say your goodbyes, because you're about to go on a tree murder spree, you criminal.
The Animal Crossing psycho gag runs about as far as it can run in this mod, which turns your Skyrim character into the star of Nintendo's mortgage simulator. Then gives him a giant sword.
Come on and slam! In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, our actions and the reactions of the animal citizens can trigger some pretty terrific dialogue. Managing our town wouldn't be the same without these characters and their rather interesting personalities.
The latest Animal Crossing game seems to have changed effeminate male characters into female ones for the 3DS game's English language release. Eds Note: This isn't new for Nintendo or AC.
They say you can tell a lot about a person based on how they decorate a room. And if you're playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf, you're gonna have a lot of rooms to decorate. Let's share, shall we?
After the PS4 beatdown, the next-biggest thing amongst internet gif makers last week was the announcement of the Animal Crossing villager for the new Smash Bros. game.
Few games are as relaxing and enjoyable as Animal Crossing—that much hasn't changed with the newest iteration. Now that the latest game in the franchise is out, I figured I'd share some tips in the hopes that they'll help you make the most of your New Leaf experience.
The first Animal Crossing game released in the U.S. in 2001 let players add joy to their villager's treasure-digging and furniture-arranging lives by collecting and playing emulated Nintendo Entertainment System games. There were Nintendo games within that Nintendo game. That's not coming back, the series' creator…
I'm a lucky gamer. I get to play games with the people who make them. I know it's the job and that it's usually tied to selling something, to puffing up a preview or what have you, but, hey, it's also fun. It's odd, too.
I mean, come on, it's Animal Crossing. Nintendo's addictive life sim series has always maintained consistently high review scores, and New Leaf, coming out on Sunday for the 3DS, is no exception.
Let me tell you, I've done some fantastical things while playing games. Saved the world. Visited galaxies. Destroyed evil—you know, that sort of thing. And yet none of that has baffled me as much as the idea that there's a game where I accrued a home mortgage and was able to sit down and go, "Yes, okay, I will work…
As I play an advance copy of the newest version of Nintendo's beloved Animal Crossing games, I've again been pondering the nature of Tom Nook, a character who could teach Bowser and Mother Brain a thing or two about tormenting a Nintendo gamer.