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									Animal Crossing: Jump Out
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Animal Crossing: Jump Out (とびだせどうぶつの森 Tobidase Dōbutsu no
                                                                                             Animal Crossing: Jump Out
Mori ? ) [3] is an upcoming video game for the Nintendo 3DS console that will be
released on November 8, 2012 for Japan, and in the first half of 2013 for the
other regions. [4] It is the latest game in the Animal Crossing series, where the
player character lives in a rural village populated with anthropomorphic
animals. First announced at E3 2010, [5] very few details have been released
about the game, but it has been confirmed that the player can be the mayor of
the animal village. [5]

Gameplay
A trailer released at E3 2011 showcased features new to the Animal Crossing
series. Players might begin the game living in a tent, rather than a house, that
will eventually be upgraded and expanded.[1] Customization, a major facet of
the series, particularly in the player's ability to modify the character's                         Japanese boxart
appearance and furnish the living space, has also been enhanced: the                Developer(s)       Nintendo EAD
character's pants and shoes can now be modified in addition to their shirt, hat,
                                                                                    Publisher(s)       Nintendo
and accessory; and the ability to hang furniture on walls has been added.
                                                                                    Series             Animal Crossing
Features previously used in the Japanese exclusive Dōbutsu no Mori e+ for
Nintendo GameCube, such as benches and lamp posts, which had been                   Platform(s)        Nintendo 3DS
removed from following releases, have returned. Another addition is the             Release date(s)    JP   November 8, 2012[1]
player's new ability to swim in the ocean that borders the village. [6] The game                       EU   Q1/Q2 2013[2]
features opportunities to allow the player to become town mayor, and then                              NA   Q1/Q2 2013[1]
customize other houses, roofs, doors, fences and posts.[7]                          Genre(s)           Life Simulation
                                                                                    Rating(s)          ESRB: RP
Reception
Very positive response has been given to the game's visuals. Former G4TV writer Patrick Klepek felt that the game's use of
the Nintendo 3DS's stereoscopic 3D effects gave the game world "real, tangible depth,"[8] while IGN editor Craig Harris
described them as "subtle, but helpful." Both Harris and GameSpot editor Tom McShea praised the level of detail in the
game's environment and objects, stating that they exceed that of the game's predecessor, Animal Crossing: City Folk for the
Wii console. [9][10]

References
   1. ^ a b c Sarkar, Samit. "'Animal Crossing: Jump Out' coming to Japan November 8th (Update: North America in 2013 | The
      Verge" . The Verge. Retrieved September 2012.
   2. ^ East, Thomas (22 June 2012). "Animal Crossing 3DS coming to the UK in 2013, new video" . Official Nintendo Magazine UK.
      Retrieved 3 September 2012.
   3. ^ Romano, Sal (21 April 2012). "Animal Crossing 3DS due fall in Japan" . Gematsu. Retrieved 21 April 2012.
   4. ^ George, Richard. "Animal Crossing 3DS: North American Release Window Announced" . IGN. Retrieved 29 August 2012.
   5. ^ a b "E3 2010: Animal Crossing 3DS announced" . Official Nintendo Magazine. 15 June 2010.
   6. ^ Drake, Audrey (29 June 2011). "What's New in Animal Crossing 3DS" . IGN. Retrieved 21 August 2011.
   7. ^ Max, Josh. "Animal Crossing: Jump Out Details Include Added Shops and Mayor Opportunities" . Nintendo World Report.
      Retrieved September 2012.
   8. ^ Klepek, Patrick (17 June 2010). "E3 2010 Preview: Animal Crossing 3DS" . G4TV.
   9. ^ Harris, Craig (16 June 2010). "E3 2010: Animal Crossing's Got Depth" . IGN.
  10. ^ McShea, Tom (15 June 2010). "Animal Crossing Impressions" . GameSpot.
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 Main games       Animal Crossing · Wild World · City Folk · Jump Out ·

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