Educational: Tom Nook, the local shopkeeper, teaches earnest saving and wise spending, as your character must pay off his mortgage and invest in Nook's merchandise.
Positive Messages: One cannot commit a crime in the game, and one can assist other characters in the game with chores or sincere assignments.
Good Role Models: Mayor Tortimer, the elderly man-in-charge, shows himself on holidays and forms close friendships with his townsfolk and is always respectful and wise for his population.
My thoughts: Perfect for mid-to-older children, tweens, and even teenagers [like myself]. ;) Try it out!!
Common Sense is rating things WAY too high The Sims 3 is rated 15 iffy!?!?! What do they think they are doing?
I am really 10 in 2 weeks and my Mom thinks now thanks to Common Sense, the Sims 3 in ''inapropriate'' for me! Animal Crossing too! 8? the game is Not Bad for kids!
A great game but there is a lot of room for improvement.
a fun addictive game, i guarantee you'll play this ALOT!.
a lot of reviewers have said it's wild world re-packaged for $50, but i think
the problem is Nintendo being lazy, what were the doing for the last 3 and a
half years? they could of done so much more with it. Couldn't the city be
bigger? like with a fancy restaurant or something? or bring back the NES
games with like a video game store there or something? and made there own
soundtrack. but other than that, this game rocks! it will keep u busy 4ever!.
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