History VideoGame / AnimalCrossing

22nd Jun '17 7:56:46 PM Somebody898
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* [[AgelessBirthdayEpisode Ageless Birthday]]: Many of the characters celebrate a birthday every year, but no reference is ever made to the characters' age. It doesn't help that the characters [[ComicBookTime never seem to age]].


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*ComicBookTime: Albeit, a very strange example. Even though the game operates on real time, nobody in the town ever seems to age a day. One could potentially play for years and years, and the characters would never bear any signs of age and decay. This is made weirder when characters make reference to the flow of time themselves.
2nd Jun '17 3:09:33 PM tyrekecorrea
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* TakeThatAudience: Villagers will occasionally talk about and complain about the latest ''Animal X-ing'' taking a while to be released.

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* TakeThatAudience: Villagers will occasionally talk about discuss and complain about the latest ''Animal X-ing'' taking a while to be released.
21st May '17 4:33:52 PM TurtleTropes
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** Katrina, Joan, Harriet, Phineas, Isabelle, Leilani, and Grams have never been seen wearing shoes, but were always fully-dressed otherwise.

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** Katrina, Joan, Harriet, Phineas, Serena, Isabelle, Leilani, and Grams have never been seen wearing shoes, but were always fully-dressed otherwise.



** Serena's feet have never been seen, so it's hard to tell if she wears any foot-wear or not. Either way, she is fully-dressed.
14th May '17 6:44:24 PM schoi30
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* StockDinosaurs: The fossils you can dig up are, for the most part, all stock dinosaurs. Each of the big "dinosaur groups" is represented, with a few ice age prehistoric animals thrown in. Perhaps the most unusual or offbeat animal is the dimetrodon--a sail-backed creature that, while lizardlike in appearance, is actually more closely related to ''mammals'' than dinosaurs (although it still counts for being the best-known of the synapsids). ''New Leaf'', however, averts this with ''Megacerops''.

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* StockDinosaurs: The fossils you can dig up are, for the most part, all stock dinosaurs. Each of the big "dinosaur groups" is represented, with a few ice age prehistoric animals thrown in. Perhaps the most unusual or offbeat animal is the dimetrodon--a ''Dimetrodon''--a sail-backed creature that, while lizardlike in appearance, is actually more closely related to ''mammals'' than dinosaurs (although it still counts for being the best-known of the synapsids). ''New Leaf'', however, somewhat averts this with ''Megacerops''.
30th Apr '17 11:02:53 PM schoi30
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** ''New Leaf'': [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana Banana trees do not look anything like palm trees.]] And the fruit grows in a large bunch whose stalk must be hacked up to be split into combs. Though this may have been done to make gameplay easier.

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** ''New Leaf'': [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana Banana trees do not look anything like palm trees.]] And the fruit grows in a large bunch whose stalk must be hacked up to be split into combs. Though this may have been done to make gameplay easier.simpler.
30th Apr '17 11:02:03 PM schoi30
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** ''New Leaf'': [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana Banana trees do not look anything like palm trees.]] And the fruit grows in a large bunch whose stalk must be hacked up to be split into combs.

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** ''New Leaf'': [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana Banana trees do not look anything like palm trees.]] And the fruit grows in a large bunch whose stalk must be hacked up to be split into combs. Though this may have been done to make gameplay easier.
23rd Apr '17 11:15:35 AM TurtleTropes
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** The island villagers in the [=GameCube=] version required a UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance connection to even get to before.[[note]]e+ does allow you to visit the island without GBA connection, but you still need to scan the islander's e-reader card in order to get them.[[note/]]In later games, many of them became standard villagers; so, extras [[DownplayedTrope promoted to a higher tier of extras]], basically.

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** The island villagers in the [=GameCube=] version required a UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance connection to even get to before.[[note]]e+ does allow you to visit the island without GBA connection, but you still need to scan the islander's e-reader card in order to get them.[[note/]]In [[/note]] In later games, many of them became standard villagers; so, extras [[DownplayedTrope promoted to a higher tier of extras]], basically.
23rd Apr '17 11:13:47 AM TurtleTropes
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** The island villagers in the [=GameCube=] version required a UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance connection to even get to before. In later games, many of them became standard villagers; so, extras [[DownplayedTrope promoted to a higher tier of extras]], basically. Several ''e+'' islanders who were originally exclusive to that game later reappeared as villagers in ''New Leaf'', some in the standard game and some in the ''Welcome amiibo'' update via cards.

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** The island villagers in the [=GameCube=] version required a UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance connection to even get to before. In [[note]]e+ does allow you to visit the island without GBA connection, but you still need to scan the islander's e-reader card in order to get them.[[note/]]In later games, many of them became standard villagers; so, extras [[DownplayedTrope promoted to a higher tier of extras]], basically. Several ''e+'' islanders who were originally exclusive to that game later reappeared as villagers in ''New Leaf'', some in the standard game and some in the ''Welcome amiibo'' update via cards.basically.
23rd Apr '17 11:06:20 AM TurtleTropes
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* BrickJoke: Fishing up a squid in ''Wild World'' results in the player character saying "[[{{Pun}} Oh no you squidn't!]]" Three years later, in ''City Folk'', when you catch a squid, you say "Oh yes I squid!". Then, five years later in ''New Leaf'', you say "Yes I did!"

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* BrickJoke: Fishing up a squid in ''Wild World'' results in the player character saying "[[{{Pun}} Oh no you squidn't!]]" Three years later, in In ''City Folk'', when you catch a squid, you say "Oh yes I squid!". Then, five years later in ''New Leaf'', you say "Yes I did!"



** A few villagers that were missing from the series since the very first game make a reappearance in ''Happy Home Designer'', such as Maddie the dog, Claude the rabbit, and Ursala the bear.

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** A few Several villagers that were missing from the series since the very first game and e+ make a reappearance in ''City Folk'' and ''New Leaf''.
** While they made their main series comeback in the ''Welcome amiibo'' update for ''New Leaf'',
''Happy Home Designer'', such as Maddie Designer'' does return 4 villagers that were previously exclusive to the dog, first game, which are Carrie the kangaroo, Louie the gorilla, Claude the rabbit, and Ursala Maddie the bear.dog. (The latter 3 are limited DLC)
20th Apr '17 10:10:28 PM TurtleTropes
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** Redd's outfit during Fireworks Show and New Years.

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** Redd's outfit during Fireworks Show and New Years.Years in New Leaf.
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