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Animal Crossing: Jump Out 3DS Nintendo Direct Reveals Lots of New Information
Nintendo released a Nintendo Direct conference today focused on Animal Crossing: Jump Out.
For the key points of the presentation, click the button below!
- Some characters might set up a tent and camp outside
- Visit the recycle shop for various materials
- Help out your in-game friends with purchasing decisions
- Use your office (as mayor) to make decisions on putting things in town
- You pick a location for construction to begin on the items you plan on adding
- Megaphone is a new item which lets you gather people
- Shoe store offers up boots/shoes for sale
- Museum store allows you to make custom-made signs
- Tom Nook can help you make design changes to your house
- Capture and sell your own critters
- Dr. Shrunk returns at the club
- You can now have many more emotions, all of them will be saved
- Design/sell your own items, which can eventually change during the process
- Much larger selection of colors this time around when designing
- View the homes of people you StreetPass
- Trade items with StreetPass as well
- Take picture via photobooth, bottom screen displays the picture youÃ¢'‚¬'„¢ll take
- Visit a massage parlor that helps to relax you and put you into a dream stage
- Ability to explore the town of someone else
- Early morning music is calm, at dawn the music is more upbeat, the afternoon has more pleasant-sounding music, nighttime the music has more bass and the late night music gets mysterious
- KK Slider takes on the role of a DJ at the club, as well as his regular guitar gig
- Expect a much greater number of KK songs this time around
- Explore a town alongside other people
- Travel via boat to an island and enjoy a song at the same time
- Grab items from the bottom of the sea
- Collect rare bugs as well
- Mini-games and various stores when you visit the island by boat
- Tortimer is the host of mini-games and wears a tropical shirt
- One mini-game has you trying to navigate a maze to collect a certain item
As you can see there is a lot of information. Sadly, the Nintendo Direct presentation is in Japanese, so if you don't speak Japanese you will have to just deal with eye-candy.
What do you think of the info? Do you think the game sounds good?
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