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Posted: Jul 3rd 2008 3:05PM Softserve said

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Honestly, what always makes me doubt this is that Nintendo's friendcode system is the antithesis of the open environment MMORPGs require.

I don't doubt whatever comes next will be online in some format, but when everything else they do requires you to run around on IMs and Web sites to quickly share codes for "safety", one has to wonder how they'll want to approach something of this sort. I can't even add random people I play who I know weren't freaks to my friends list easily lol.

Posted: Jul 3rd 2008 3:19PM Mike Schramm said

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Which, in my mind is exactly why they need to do an Animal Crossing MMO. The one thing a Nintendo first party title hasn't done right yet is online, and Nintendo first party titles always do everything right.

Animal Crossing has always screamed for more connectivity, and I think the Wii is the platform where they'll do it the way it should be done.
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Posted: Jul 3rd 2008 6:34PM Softserve said

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Oh, I agree they *need* to do it. I will just be extremely surprised if it happens lol.
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Posted: Jul 6th 2008 12:29AM (Unverified) said

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I wouldn't get hopes up too much for an Animal Crossing MMO.

http://www.computerandvideogames.com/article.php?id=181592

Probably will have plenty of Internet connectivity, though, which might actually be a better idea.

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