The problem with showing new images of Animal Crossing: City Folk
is that, unless the screens happen to feature the new city environment, what you see ends up looking pretty much exactly like the original Crossing.
Only subtle clues point to the newness
, such as the lack of hats, the different clock, and, oh yeah,
two player characters onscreen together. It's still very
important, and it's still really exciting, it just -- happens to look a lot like Animal Crossing!
We wouldn't want it any other way. We're ready to start it all again -- picking fruit, paying off Tom Nook, meeting new neighbors, filling our catalog, pulling weeds, the whole thing. This time, we'll be able to enjoy the game over some friendly conversation