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Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival

Nintendo
Nov 13, 2015 - Wii U
Weak

OpenCritic Rating

48

Top Critic Average

5%

Critics Recommend

Eurogamer
Avoid
IGN
5 / 10
Metro GameCentral
2 / 10
Destructoid
5 / 10
Game Revolution
2 / 5
Attack of the Fanboy
1.5 / 5
GamingTrend
45 / 100
ZTGD
5 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival

Too gentle and sweet to warrant the online bile, this board game spin-off is nevertheless a very limited and repetitive stopgap.

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Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival is charming, but it's ultimately a snooze fest.

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A new low for Nintendo and for Animal Crossing, in what is the least amount of fun you can have with an amiibo without needing urgent medical attention afterwards.

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Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival is probably not a game you should buy.

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Embarrassing blatant cash grab aside, Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival is a serviceable game. It's not downright bad, but I can't see any rush for the title, unless little Johnny is getting pissed that he can't beat his older siblings at Mario Kart 8. Hardcore amiibo addicts and Animal Crossing die-hards may even pass up on this, but if you've got a wide range of gamers who want a family-style night, then you may get some enjoyment out of it.

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Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival is the sort of game that should have been free. It holds such little content that is actually interesting that most players will find it a waste of their time to play, especially when the far superior Mario Party series already exists. It is a nice way to actually use those Animal Crossing Amiibo figures that you might feel the need to collect, but their function is so forced that it detracts from the experience rather than enhances it.

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Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival retains the charm that the series is known for, but is uneventful and boring. Move out of this town.

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Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival could have been really fun. But the lack of things to do during the main game hinder it so badly. The reason why Mario Party is so beloved is because of the crazy variety of action available on offer as you're running around the board. It's the thing that lets this game down the most. Everything else has been crafted to the standard you would expect of a game bearing the Animal Crossing name, it is a shame that the core gameplay couldn't hold up its end of the bargain. It's the perfect example of 'So close, but yet so far."

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