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  • Get together with friends in Animal Crossing: Let’s Go to the City


    Animal Crossing: Let’s Go to the City for Wii lets you live the kind of life you always dreamed of. And if that life involves lots of socialising with friends, you’ll be glad to know there are more than enough opportunities on that front!

    Via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, you can throw wide the gates to your town and invite others to come and see the world you’ve created for yourself. Or, if you could use a little time away, you can always take up an invitation extended to you and see how the other half lives.

    To explore other players’ Animal Crossing worlds or welcome them to yours, you’ll have to start by connecting your Wii to the Internet. Once you’re connected, you can find out your Animal Crossing Friend Code by chatting to your trusty neighbourhood guard dog, Copper, at the town gate. After receiving your Friend Code, and registering the codes of some chums, you’re ready to become a more social animal.

    As well as providing your Friend Code, Copper can open the gates of your town to let you and your buddies come and go. Just decide whether you want to invite someone over or go travelling yourself. Either way, you can get together with up to three other Animal Crossing: Let’s Go to the City players at any given time.

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    Once you’re together, the world is your oyster! Take friends on a tour of your luxury pad, see who can haul the biggest fish from the sea or show off and exchange rare items you’ve collected. No matter what you do, the ability to chat away to your heart’s content via Wii Speak means it couldn’t be easier to catch up on all the latest news as you explore together.

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    Expand your horizons and get together with friends via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection in Animal Crossing: Let’s Go to the City.

    Oh, and don’t forget – if you’re already playing Animal Crossing, Midge will be celebrating her birthday in your town this Thursday (12 March). Be a good neighbour and give her a gift, won’t you?