#26 Posted on 26.11.02 0907.19 Reposted on: 26.11.09 0920.13
I wouldn't sell the game just yet. That's kinda what I think the beauty of this game is - every game starts to get boring after a while, but this'll one's gonna have me turning it on periodically for at least a year. I mean, the Harvest Festival's this week. Gotta see that. And then Nook's having a sale on Black Friday. And the first of December is listed as Snow Day, so I'm looking forward to that. And so on and so on.
Besides, eventually, someone's gonna stumble across Punch-Out, which should lead to all of us owning a copy.
#27 Posted on 26.11.02 1038.28 Reposted on: 26.11.09 1041.13
Problem is that I already HAVE an original NES, with Mike Tyson's Punchout... so I can't get too worked up about getting it in this game! Yup.. I am definitly selling it. It was fun for a while, but honestly... I seriously doubt if I am going to pick it up again...
#29 Posted on 26.11.02 1705.53 Reposted on: 26.11.09 1708.30
Originally posted by FMWJust a question, lets say I started playing this now, but I have missed out on all this stuff. Will it happen again for me, or what?
Yes and no. You will set the date on the game itself... and things happen based upon what the date is (holidays and such). These things happen every year, so if for some reason you think you did not WANT to miss Halloween, you could start the clock whenever you want, and it will go forward from there. Random events are just that- random. Certain people will come and visit your town (Wendell, Sahara, Crazy Redd, for example) at random times and days. So basically- you are missing nothing. In fact, you should find it easier to enter the game at this point... there is a lot out there to trade other people for...
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