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Animal Crossing Pocket Camp  


I am torn on Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. I played this game for months a few minutes every single day before the glitches and boredom set in. Why level up friendship with these different animals? It got more complex and required more effort each and every single level. Why collect all these items when only a couple of them can be displayed in the camp?

There are multiple areas to go to in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. Each of these areas is small. We fish, collect fruit, catch bugs and more in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. Why do we grabs these things? So we can give them to different animal characters. That will help us level up. There are plenty of events that happen in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp.

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp requires an Internet connection. This is where plenty of the glitches come into play. Animal Crossing Pocket Camp disconnects way too often for me. This frustrated me to no end. I prefer to play physical copies of games totally offline. I could barely play Animal Crossing Pocket Camp away from home.

The standard Animal Crossing graphics and sounds can be found in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. This is a game that can be played for a few minutes a day. Maybe a couple of times a day at most. I like to play games for an hour at a pop a few times a week. Animal Crossing Pocket Camp also gets repetitive. We have limitations on how many items we can hold which can make it difficult.

I want a better Animal Crossing hand held video game. The repeat pay to play concept in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp bothers me deeply too. I hope this game gets the right improvements very soon.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: iPad/iPhone
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo
Rating: ‘4+’ - Everyone FOUR and OLDER ONLY

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