The first questions to answer are:
Do you like decorating your house in ACNL? Do you like to change things up from time to time? Do you make it look like a home someone could actually live in? Or do you just scatter things here and there in a random mishmash?
If you like decorating your house, re-decorating, then you'll be doing that x300 over with AC characters/NPCs. You'll do some buildings like a restaurant, hospital, office, etc. You'll have more options available to you than the items in ACNL. But overall... you might have fun for a couple weeks to a month before you go back to playing something else. It's a game that's best enjoyed in spurts and it's not the kind of game that many people find themselves coming back to. I can't emphasize enough that you really need to enjoy decorating.
It's doing well. Collecting dust just as intended!
I played it for a weekend and then realized that I was basically done with it. Then I sold it and bought another copy of ACNL because that was clearly what I was looking for in another animal crossing game.
I really like it!
Like the majority of people have said though, it isn't like New Leaf. The villager interaction isn't there and you can't design your own home.
I really enjoy the game as it's different and gives me good ideas for my home in New Leaf haha.
I definitely recommend buying it!
Last edited by awesomeelle2001; 01-12-2017 at 02:35 AM.
I love Link <3
I absolutely love how much more interactive the animals are in this game! I wish that that is implemented in the next Animal Crossing game. It's too bad it wasn't added in the update, but that would have been difficult for them probably.
Last edited by Arize; 01-12-2017 at 02:43 AM.
It depends on whether you're into decorating houses and public buildings. I personally like it since it's a relaxing game but YMMV.