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Animal Crossing DS details

No more train station!

New details have emerged of Animal Crossing: Wild World, the DS version of the hit Gamecube and N64 title that sees you taking of the role of a cute animal, living in a cute town and doing cute things.

According to US magazine Nintendo Power, you only need one DS cart for up to four players to live together in the same village - and indeed the same house, unlike in the Gamecube version.

Then it's up to you and your housemates to fill your new home with cute stuff and, of course, pay off the mortgage.

There's no Animal Crossing train station any more - instead, you visit other LAN and Wi-Fi villages by passing through gates. Loveable old K. K. Slider, who you may have seen entertaining commuters in previous games, now has his own nightclub where he puts on regular gigs.

Animal Crossing: Wild World is due out in Europe early next year, and it'll be one of the first DS titles to make use of Nintendo's new Wi-Fi Connection service. Can't wait...

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