Animal Crossing: New Leaf Dated for Europe

Following the launches in Japan and Korea, and the confirmation of a North American release date, Nintendo of Europe has finally confirmed that Animal Crossing: New Leaf will be made available in PAL territories this spring. Continuing the much-loved freeform gameplay from previous Animal Crossing […]
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Electronic Theatre ImageFollowing the launches in Japan and Korea, and the confirmation of a North American release date, Nintendo of Europe has finally confirmed that Animal Crossing: New Leaf will be made available in PAL territories this spring. Continuing the much-loved freeform gameplay from previous Animal Crossing titles, Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a videogame without any restrictions.

There are no goals in Animal Crossing: New Leaf; no story, not even an ending – instead, you can enjoy life in your new town in any way you choose. And since time in the videogame moves at the same pace as in the real world, Electronic Theatre Imageevery day brings new experiences.

Your first steps in Animal Crossing: New Leaf come about by accident: shortly after arriving in town, a mix-up by Isabelle the town clerk sees you become the mayor! Although you can still do whatever you please, your new powers as mayor allow you to shape the town in any way you wish. From creating public projects that add buildings, bridges and all kinds of decorative items to laying down laws that dictate how your town runs.

Packed with new animals, new experiences and new ways to have fun, both long-time fans of Animal Crossing and newcomers to the series are sure to enjoy everything that Animal Crossing: New Leaf has to offer. Set to launch on 14th June 2013, Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details on Animal Crossing: New Leaf.

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