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  • Kairi
    +1

    I've never actually played Wild World because I didn't have a ds. I only bought my 3ds in anticipation of New Leaf! I owned City Folk though and I could never really get into it. I feel like it would be more successful on the Wii U because you could use the game pad as your pocket!

    • Autumnal
      +2

      And inventory management is perhaps the only thing I don't like about the series. I wish they'd do a hybrid version, where you could play on the wii U or the 3ds. Imagine using the wii U pad to place furniture, etc. I'd be incredible.

      • Kairi
        +1

        They could easily integrate the two systems. They did something very similar with super smash brothers... Of course, first they need to make a real game for the Wii U in general!

        • Autumnal
          +1

          they need to make a real game for the Wii U in general!

          man, my hopes got up so high during e3

          :|

      • Kairi
        +1

        Oh yeah! Seriously if we could place furniture with the stylus that would save us so much frustration!