Written by x24co

Sunday, 16 August 2009

The second Animal Crossing game for the Nintendo Wii will be available in late 2010, say a rep for Animal Crossing. There's been plenty of different titles but the rep insists the new game is simply called "Animal Crossing: 3.0".

The new game confirms celebrity-inspired neighbors including Jennifer Aniston, Victoria Beckham, Leonardo Dicaprio, Demi Moore, Britney Spears, Rihanna, Pink and Singer Jewel -to name a few. "The game is going above and beyond what you could do before.

The game will be adult oriented but also for children. "We're aiming for Males in their early twenties to want to play this game. But don't worry there will be great gameplay for children too, at the beginning of the game it will ask an adult to choose a password to keep kids from getting into their account and seeing adult material."

In "Adult Mode", you're character can get drunk, have sex and even start a cigarrette addiction. Be careful though getting your character addicted to cigarrettes makes them very frustrated and lazy when they haven't had one after a couple days.

The game also has Clubs and Bars as well as the grocery store (Nooks Cranny) and The Museum. "You can take a stroll into a club one night and see Lindsay Lohan-Bear puking in front of a toilet or check out a smokey bar where singer Jewel-Bird is giving a live acoustic show or go shopping in the city to see Victoria Beckham-Duck spending some bells. It's a lot different. But don't worry the fun celebrities are also available in the childs play too, they just won't be in bars and clubs."

Sounds like Animal Crossing is about to get a lot more interesting!

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