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Treasure World turns Wi-Fi networks into hidden treasure

In December, Aspyr announced a creative DS game called Treasure Troves, a "real-life treasure hunt" that generates in-game items based on Wi-Fi hotspots. The company released more details about the game yesterday, as well as the first screens. Treasure World, as it is known now, creates a unique ite...

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Wii Warm Up: Crossing into 2009

Animal Crossing: City Folk was seen as a bit of a disappointment by some longtime Animal Crossing players, due to the fact that it is extremely similar to previous iterations, with a perceived lack of much new content. But the real worth of any Animal Crossing game is revealed by its longevity, an...

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Little Magician's Magic Name Change

IGN sneaked a preview and a bunch of videos out for Little Magician's Magic Adventure right before the holidays, and we didn't want to miss the chance to talk about it or to share it with any of you who might not have seen it. The game has another new name for North America: Magician's Quest: Myste...

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Little Magician's Magic Adventure actually contains adventures

Konami has finally revealed a bit about the gameplay involved in Little Magician's Magic Adventure, some of which actually serves to distinguish it a little from Animal Crossing: Wild World. Konami's magic-school communication game has goals! And stuff to do! In a combination of, well, Animal Cross...

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DS Daily: Tamed World

The release of Animal Crossing: City Folk on the Wii has probably thrown some old-school Animal Crossing devotees back into the daily routine of pulling weeds, digging up fossils, and fishing until Nookington's closes. But while we had to be reindoctrinated by City Folk, it occurs to us that there...

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Animal Crossing: City Jack O' Lanterns

For those of us who missed celebrating our favorite fall holiday with fake anthropomorphic jerks, Halloween is back in Animal Crossing: City Folk. We just have to ... wait almost the whole year for it, thanks to the November release of the game. Your animal neighbors, dressed in identical pumpkinhe...

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Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City (from the DS)

The latest trailer for the rapidly approaching Animal Crossing: City Folk offers a look at the process of migrating your DS Animal Crossing: Wild World character into City Folk. You may not be able to keep your house or your possessions, but migration allows you to maintain your character's appear...

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Animal Crossing: City Fashion

The video here may be a little ... YouTubed, but you can see it at the Animal Crossing: City Folk website. And it's clear enough to see that there are a ton of clothing and style options. You can make yourself look like a Power Ranger, a sumo wrestler, or pretty much any variety of ridiculous you'd...

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Animal Crossing: City Folk in Creepy Mii Masks

We spent our limited Animal Crossing: City Folk time at E3 messing with the new Mii masks, reducing an effigy of a normally jovial executive to a blubbering mess. Should you want to follow our example, it's quite easy to do! And just a little bit off-putting, as this video of the new salon shows. ...

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Animal Crossing: City Fashion

You may not yet be convinced that there's enough new material in Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City Because There May Be Some Animal People To Meet There Or Maybe Other Things To Do We Won't Know Until We Get There to justify another purchase and another year spent pulling weeds and matching ch...

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