Tomodachi life 2 nintendo switch

Tomodachi life 2 nintendo switch DEFAULT
Tomodachi Life Switch
Developer(s)Nintendo
Publisher(s)Nintendo
Platform(s)Nintendo Switch
Genre(s)Life Simulation
SeriesTomodachi (series)
PredecessorTomodachi Life

This is GameBoy2479's page. Please do not edit without my permission.

Looking for a logo and boxart for this game! I suck at making logos, etc, so I want the help of other users. If you have a logo or boxart, message me in the comments and I'll think about it. Just keep the boxart/logo organized and similar to the previous game's logo.

Tomodachi Life Switch (トモダチコレクションスイッチ (Tomodachi Korekushon Suitchi)) is a Nintendo Switch fanon game created by GameBoy2479. It's the successor to Tomodachi Life, which was released for the 3DS. Tomodachi Life Switch is a deluxe version of Tomodachi Life, complete with improved graphics, multiple save slots, a storyline, improved venues, cultural diversity, better customization and more.

Story

Before starting their island, the player will need to do two things before the story starts.

  1. Island design. Unlike the previous game, the player can choose from multiple designs for their island to suit their needs. Each island is complete with its own set of values and exclusive events.
  2. Creating their first Mii. They will need to base this Mii of by the player or else, the game cannot function properly.

Gameplay

New features

  • Multiple save slots: Up to 5 different islands can be saved on the system, rather than one active island at a time.
  • Multiplayer: Players from all around the world can visit other islands and interact with their Miis. Players can purchase their export item (which is expensive) so that it's available at their own. They can also send their travelers to other islands via an invitation from another player. Additionally, players can trade Miis between other players to their islands. This replaces the SpotPass and StreetPass system, as it's omitted in Nintendo Switch. A Nintendo Switch Online subscription is required to use online interactivity features.
  • Furniture: Say goodbye to interiors - hello to furniture. Furniture can be interacted with in a wide variety of ways, placed anywhere, and in a lot of styles to choose from. These can be placed in either an apartment or a home.
  • Full pets: No longer as a rent-a-cat/dog coupon - Miis can now be given pets to take care of, that will remain with them for a few in-game years. They can own either at least one dog, cat, bird or rodent. Miis can be seen feeding them, petting them, and doing all the things they need to clean up after them.
  • LGBTQ+ relationships: As mentioned by Nintendo, now same-sex relationships are in the game. People of the same sex can fall in love with eachother and marry. This feature is turned off by default, but can be changed in the settings to the player’s liking. The player can set a Mii's sexuality via the Mii Maker, where they can be heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual. Miis can also be transgender or non-binary. In the Mii Maker, a Mii can be referred to as a he, she or they.
  • Illnesses: In the original Tomodachi Life game for 3DS, there were two illnesses: a cold and stomachache. In Switch, this system is widely expanded for much more realistic illnesses. A rain cloud no longer rains over them, but instead an ill Mii is seen sitting around, crying, coughing/sneezing, or any other of their symptoms. A Hospital’s added to the main island to help sick Miis. More illnesses, such as the chicken pox, flu, ear infections, and fevers, are added. Miis can also take injuries during physical activity, in which the player can send them to the hospital by paying some money to help their wounds heal.
    • Most Miis also have an Allergy. This is randomly determined when a new Mii is created on the island. They will be allergic to one or two food(s), or sometimess, a collectable. When the player discovers their allergy by giving it to them for the first time, they will always reject to eat, drink or use it. They also act uncomfortable when nearby their allergic item.

Mii Maker

The Mii Maker has been optimized to make it a much more flexible and improved customization.

Appearance

Details

Relationship

You can choose from a bigger variety of relationships of a certain Mii towards the real you. If they are not related or as a friend, they can fall in love, and/or marry your look-alike, unless if you change it to something else. The list has been expanded, as follows:

  • Mother/father
  • Grandmother/grandfather
  • Stepmother/stepfather
  • Daughter/son
  • Granddaughter/grandson
  • Niece/nephew
  • Sibling
  • Cousin
  • Friend
  • Not related
Nationality

The player can set a Mii's nationality. He/she can choose from a real-world country (as of 2020), a game-series, or none.

A Mii with a certain nationality will do certain activities, games and social life. They will also prefer certain foods from their country more than international cuisines.

A national day marks as an important day for somebody. Miis wave their flag on their National Day. If they don't have a nation, they fly a flag of the island on the 20th June (the game's launch day) every year.

Voice

Main article: Tomodachi Life Switch/Dialogue Voices have been made to sound more realistic, with a wide variety of international and varietal accents. The voice can be altered to suit the player's needs. The player can also choose the Mii's fluent language(s) - up to 3 can be chosen. They will always speak English for problems and speech bubbles. There are 22 compatible languages:

  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • Dutch
  • English
  • Filipino/Tagalog
  • French
  • German
  • Greek
  • Hindi
  • Indonesian
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Malay
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • Swedish
  • Thai
  • Turkish
  • Vietnamese

Personality

More personality types and more options to choose from when creating the personality.

Islands

There are 6 different islands to choose from, complete with its own set of events and values.

  • Archipleigo: The legacy island, used in the first two games, consisting of one main island, and another Leisure Island, connected by a bridge. The same events from earlier games are used here.
  • Tropical: Complete with a popular, sunny beach and tropical rainforest, the tropical island is perfect for surfing and sandcastle competitions.
  • Arid: Not much rain falls here, but it's perfect for camel rides across the island's desert to experience a desert life.
  • Volcano: A volcano's found nearby, at the waters behind the island. There is a very small chance it could erupt, but it's not all bad - it's worth taking a trip there.
  • Mediterranean: A hilly, greek-inspired island with tall mountains at the back of the island, with apartments situated at the footsteps of the hills. It's great to go mountain climbing or fishing here.
  • Snowy: A northern island, with colder temperatures and snow falling for more of the year. Ice skating and snowball fights are perfect for doing in the park.

Buildings

In all islands

  • Mii Apartments: This is where your Mii islanders live. Unlike the previous game, Miis can now do more inside of their apartments. Furniture can be placed inside buildings, and the walls and floors can be changed. However, Mii Apartments have a set floor plan, and are just a square room. Kitchen and bathroom equipment cannot be placed into apartments, as Miis head down to the café or the restaurant to eat, and they use the public bathroom in the apartments.
  • Mii Homes: This is where responsible singles and married couples can settle down in a cozy home. Similar to the apartments, Mii Homes now have full customization besides furniture, with the ability to change the walls, floors, everything, including the floor plan. You can see through the whole house in every room in the home, and the bath makes a return. In the Japanese version, if the house is owned by a couple, they can be seen bathing together.
  • Town Hall: This is where the player can add new Miis, check out their catalogue of foods, furniture, clothing, etc., check their list of grown children and more.
  • Beach: A lovely beach for seaside strolls and enjoying the water.
  • Fountain: This plaza's fountain is a great place to relax.
  • Park: The park is a great place for a stroll in any season.
  • Amusement Park: This fun-filled place is open 24 hours a day!
  • Café: A small café, perfect for taking a cup of coffee or a chat.
  • Photo Studio: Take stylish pictures of your islanders here!
  • Compatibility Tester: This high-tech device tests how well your islanders get along!
  • Concert Hall: Enjoy live performances from your islanders at this music venue!
  • Rankings Board: Compare islander rankings here. The information changes all the time!
  • NEW: Hospital: This is a place where injured Miis get better, or where the player can purchase prescriptions for medicine at the Pharmacy via the ground floor.
  • NEW: Mii TV: Replaces Mii News. Now has a set schedule, with Mii News every 7 AM and 7 PM every day. News is now much more realistic and not unusual.
  • NEW: Pool:Have a swim in the public pool, chat with friends, and take a cool drink or two.
  • NEW: Movie Theatre:Watch movies with your Miis, and see what you can make with them! Players will often get movie tickets as a gift for helping out with their problems. They can do this to take them to the movie theatre and watch a movie. Using two tickets will give the player the ability to create one unique movie, by using the island's Miis to fill in for the cast, backgrounds, cameras and much more. Movies can be edited with different scenes, such as using tons of animations, changing the dialogue, adding backgrounds, scenes and music to create the movie the player wants. The player can choose from a variety of genres, such as family, action, romance, horror, adventure, etc.
  • NEW: Spa:Wash all your worries away at this laid-back spa. This is a destination venue where Miis can be seen in the sauna, doing some yoga, mediating, getting a massage and more. The player can offer a massage here to a Mii if they ask via a problem.
  • NEW: Restaurant:A fancy restaurant perfect for that date with the special someone, or a nice meal. No longer a hidden place on the map, the player can see Miis dining out here with friends, family, or their lover. They may also stop by themselves. The player can also take Miis with him/her, and pay for their meal. Eating here fills up a Mii's hunger.
  • NEW: Mall: Your one-stop shopping center for all things you need, from food, to clothing and furniture!
    • Supermarket: This is where the player can purchase food for their Miis, as well as ingredients for the player to cook his/her own meals for Miis. Food is now rendered in full 3D, with proper food animations when eaten (e.g, the plate doesn't get smaller when the food's ate).
    • Clothing Shop: Now merged with the Hats shop. This is where the player can purchase a wide variety of clothing, now divided into shirts, pants, shoes, hats, accessories and more, for the player to make his/her own clothing combinations on Miis, or choose a pre-set combination of clothing in the store.
    • Pawn Shop:Sell the items you don't need, or head on over and purchase gifts for your Miis.
    • NEW: Furniture Shop: An overhaul of the Interiors shoppe - now in a whole new light. Players can purchase furniture for apartments and homes that Miis can interact with (for example, sit down on, wash hands, etc.) The shop sells a whole range of furniture, such as chairs, TVs, beds, tables, stoves and more, that refreshes every day - once purchased, it's always available from then on.

Specific islands

Archipleigo

None. The Archipleigo is the legacy island, therefore there are no unique buildings.

Tropical

  • NEW: Jungle:A rainy, nature-filled jungle with high-rising trees, it's a perfect place to get in and experience the timeless nature of the island.

Arid

  • NEW: Desert:A vast, sunny desert spanning across the arid island. Complete with an oasis, it's a perfect place to take camel rides and desert camping.

Volcano

  • NEW: Volcano:A volcano at the footsteps of the hills on the island. Rumors say that it could erupt, but it's perfect for some sightseeing and tourism.

Mediterranean

  • NEW: Mountains:The mountains are perfect for some hiking and mountain climbing. Or just enjoy the view from below!
  • NEW: Harbor:Catch some fish, or catch up with locals in the harbor. This area replaces the Mii Homes and have bayside houses where married couples, as well as responsible singles, can live.

Snowy

  • NEW: Ice Rink:Perfect for winter, head down to the rink and experience the best skating experience! Changes to a roller rink in the summer.

Problems

Main article: Tomodachi Life Switch/Problems

Careers

Returning from Tomodachi Collection (Japanese exclusive for DS), Miis can get employed into a job to earn money to use themselves or give to the player. Every 7th work day, the Mii earns a paycheck, and asks the player if they can keep it for their own use, or give it to the player.

List of careers

To be added.

Relationships

Relationships are improved to be much more immersive and personalized to the user's experience.

Acquaintance

Acquaintances are a new relationship that are when two Miis have only just met, and are yet to know more about them. They can become friends via more socialization and outings. Other people, such as co-workers and classmates fall into this category.

Category Dark GreenGreenYellow GreenYellowOrangeRedPinkPurpleIndigoBlue
Acquaintance, classmate or co-worker Want to be friends Could become friends? Great company Fun to be around Occasionally talk Acquaintance Tolerant Mild annoyance Annoyance Can't stand

Friend

Friends are people that Miis know well and enjoy to be around and do different activities with them.

Category Dark GreenGreenYellow GreenYellowOrangeRedPinkPurpleIndigoBlue
Friend Most enjoyable Great fun A lot of fun Fun Mostly fun Sometimes fun Rarely fun Not much fun... Not a great match... Not getting along

Best Friend

A Mii can only have one best friend at a time - the person they trust the most, like the most, basically someone that will always be with them.

Category Dark GreenGreenYellow GreenYellowOrangeRedPinkPurpleIndigoBlue
Best friend Best friend forever Bestie Trust completely Trust a lot Trustworthy Fairly trustworthy Sometimes trust Trust a little Not that trustworthy Really a best friend?

Enemy

Miis can now have enemies, people that are considered rivalries and disliked people. Rivaries tend to start when a fight takes place between two Miis, regardless of their current status in their relationship.

Category Dark GreenGreenYellow GreenYellowOrangeRedPinkPurpleIndigoBlue
Enemy Want to make up Really an enemy? Can still get along? Try to ignore Dislike Angry Furious Hate Despise Worst enemies

Sweetheart/Dating

A Mii can have feelings for another Mii, and the player can let them confess their feelings, or let that go and not let them confess. If successful, the two will become sweethearts and start dating. If the player wants to experience better romance between Miis, they can turn this on in the settings, but it's limited to people 12 years and over. This will include flirting and kissing.

Category Dark GreenGreenYellow GreenYellowOrangeRedPinkPurpleIndigoBlue
Sweetheart Want to get married Completely in love Super in love Totally in love Very much in love In love Only just in love Slightly unhappy Unhappy Want to break up

Spouse

If the relationship between two sweethearts gets high enough, one Mii can propose and get married. If successful, the two will plan their wedding, taking 8-12 hours. The player can assist in the planning, paying $250, which will finalize their wedding and start it immediately. If one of them go into a lower relationship status, one of them can call off the wedding, or break up altogether.

If one or more of the lovers are younger than 18 years old, an Age-o-Matic will need to be used on them, or they cannot get married untl they become 18 years old. When they divorce, the Age-o-Matic will wear off.

Category Dark GreenGreenYellow GreenYellowOrangeRedPinkPurpleIndigoBlue
Engaged Can't wait to get married Completely in love Super in love Totally in love Very much in love In love Only just in love Slightly unhappy Unhappy Want to break up
Spouse Soul mate Completely happy Super happy Totally happy Very happy Happy Fairly happy Slightly unhappy Unhappy Want to get divorced

Ex-Sweetheart/Spouse

If a Mii has lost their feelings towards their lover, they can decide to divorce, or try to make the relationship between them work again. If they do divorce, both of them will become sad.

A divorce can also happen in other gameplay areas, such as in a public area. The two can be seen with eachother, with one of them thanking for the memories they had, the other thanking in return, and a text box says, '[Mii 1] and [Mii 2] are back to being just friends.' Neither of them will gain sadness in this scenario, however.

Category Dark GreenGreenYellow GreenYellowOrangeRedPinkPurpleIndigoBlue
Ex-lover/
Divorced
Still friends Can still be friends? Great memories For the best No hard feelings Sad Painful Try to avoid Want to forget... Never want to see again...

Family/Sibling

This includes parents, grandparents, nieces/nephews, and siblings.

Category Dark GreenGreenYellow GreenYellowOrangeRedPinkPurpleIndigoBlue
True family One in a million Close family Good buddy Great pal Good pal Getting along OK Kinda getting along Slightly strained Strained Completely strained

Other new features

Vacations

Vacations are greatly improved in Tomodachi Life Switch. Now, the player can plan vacations for certain Miis to go on. They can choose the country (or more) of their choice, and the number of destinations. They can also choose if the vacation will be more urban or rural, or a mix of both. The destinations are randomly chosen, but they will always make every vacation even more unique from the last. Destinations are also rendered in 3D, and the visiting Miis are also seen travelling on a plane to their destination at the start screen. Vacations greatly improve relationships, but are fairly expensive - the cost is determined by where the Miis are going. Rural areas cost lest, and urban areas cost more but increase the relationships quicker. However, the player can collect travel tickets from Miis that level up, which allows the player to plan a vacation for free.

Achievements

Achievements are a new feature in Tomodachi Life Switch. Completing the requirements for an achievement give the player some money, or in some cases, a new food, clothing item or furniture item.

Gallery

If any of you have made a logo or boxart for the game, please message me https://fantendo.fandom.com/wiki/User_talk:GameBoy2479 and I'll consider adding it here.

Sours: https://fantendo.fandom.com/wiki/Tomodachi_Life_Switch

Tomodachi Life

2013 life simulation video game

2013 video game

Tomodachi Life[a] is a social simulationvideo game developed by Nintendo SPD and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS. The game, a sequel to the Japan-exclusive Nintendo DS title Tomodachi Collection, was released in Japan in April 2013, June 2014 worldwide, and July 2014 in South Korea. The game received generally positive reviews and good sales records. Many reviewers praised the gameplay but criticized the minigames.

Gameplay[edit]

See also: Gameplay of Tomodachi Collection

The game begins with the player naming their island and creating or importing their personal Mii, who is referred to as the player's "look-alike" and lives in an apartment building. Once giving the player's "look-alike" food to eat, they will ask for a friend. After creating another Mii for them, a short video will play set in the future showing the "look-alike"'s possible future spouse and baby, whose faces are hidden. Afterward, the Town Hall will open, giving access to create more Miis.

The player visits a married couple's house, where they can be seen playing with their baby.

The Miis are voiced by a Nuance-based text-to-speech software and can have unique personalities. Miis can perform various actions, such as eating, trying on different outfits, and engaging in many leisure activities. As more Miis are added to the island, many strange and curious interactions can occur between them, such as friendship, romance, conflicts, and even social events. As the game goes by, the player unlocks more locations, clothes, food, and other things for the Miis to interact with.

Development[edit]

In May 2014, a playable demo of the game was distributed to Platinum members of Club Nintendo in North America, the data of which could be transferred to the final version to unlock a bonus in-game item.[1] The game is bundled with two Nintendo eShop download codes for a 'Welcome version' demo, which can be given to friends.[2] A slightly different demo version was later publicly released for download via the Nintendo eShop, which does not unlock any features in the full game.

Following the announcement of a worldwide release, controversy arose concerning the impossibility of same-sex relationships. Nintendo stated, "The ability for same-sex relationships to occur in the game was not part of the original game that launched in Japan, and that game is made up of the same code that was used to localise it for other regions outside Japan."[3] In May 2013, it was widely reported that a bug in the original Japanese version of the game, which enabled same-sex relationships, was patched by Nintendo.[4] This was refuted by Nintendo in a statement made April 2014, explaining that same-sex relationships were never possible, and that the patch in fact fixed a different issue.[5] Despite various campaigns from users, Nintendo stated that it would not be possible to add same-sex relationships to the game, as they "never intended to make any form of social commentary with the launch of the game",[6] and because it would require significant development alterations which would not be able to be released as a post-game patch. The company later apologized and stated that if they were to create a third game in the series they would "strive to design a gameplay experience from the ground up that is more inclusive, and better represents all players."[7] However, in a 2014 article by CNET, the writer discovered a solution to make same-sex relationships. The writer explains that by creating a Mii to have a masculine appearance, but assigning the gender as female, the Mii will be attracted to male Miis, and vice-versa, however pronouns will not match.[8]

Reception[edit]

Reception

Tomodachi Life has received positive reviews. It holds an average of 72% and 71/100 on review aggregate sites GameRankings and Metacritic, respectively.[9][10][29]IGN gave the game a score of 8.4, calling it "a surprisingly funny and rewarding experience."[21]Polygon gave Tomodachi Life a 7.5 out of 10, praising its likeability despite certain aspects being repetitive.[27]GamesRadar gave the game 4 out of 5 stars, praising its weird humor and relaxing gameplay, whilst criticising the minigames for being too simple.[18]GameTrailers gave the game a score of 6.0, stating "the pervasive sense of quirkiness in Tomodachi Life works, but can’t sustain the entire game."[20] The game has received criticism for not enabling relationships between Mii characters of the same sex; Nintendo of America (NoA) later apologized for failing to include same-sex relationships in Tomodachi Life, stating that it wasn't possible for NoA to change the game's design, or for Nintendo to change this aspect in a post-ship patch. It also noted that "if we create a next installment in the Tomodachi series, we will strive to design a game-play experience from the ground up that is more inclusive, and better represents all players."[30][31]

Tomodachi Life was the best seller in the Japanese video game market during the week of its release, selling about 404,858 units.[32] By September 2014, its global sales reached 3.12 million units.[33] As of March 31, 2021[update], Nintendo has sold 6.66 million units of the game worldwide,[34] which made it once the top 10 best selling games on the 3DS.

Legacy[edit]

A stage based on Tomodachi Life appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.[35]Miitomo, a social networkingmobile app for iOS and Android devices, was released in March 2016. The app was created by the same core team who developed Tomodachi Life, and features very similar ideas. Miitomo was shut down by Nintendo on May 9, 2018.[36] In 2016, a similar game involving Miis, Miitopia, was released in Japan.[37] It was released worldwide the following year. In a Nintendo Direct on February 17, 2021 it was announced that on May 21, 2021, an enhanced port of Miitopia would be released on the Nintendo Switch.[38]

See also[edit]

  • Animal Crossing, a series of games published by Nintendo that features some similar aspects of Tomodachi Life

Notes[edit]

  1. ^Known in Japan as Tomodachi Collection: New Life (Japanese: トモダチコレクション 新生活, Hepburn: Tomodachi Korekushon: Shin Seikatsu)

References[edit]

  1. ^"Club Nintendo Distributing Tomodachi Life Demo Codes to Select Platinum Members - 3DS News @ Nintendo Life". Nintendolife.com. 19 May 2014. Retrieved May 21, 2014.
  2. ^MacDonald, Keza (May 21, 2014). "Tomodachi Life Comes With 2 Free Demos to Give to Friends". Kotaku UK. Retrieved May 21, 2014.
  3. ^"Nintendo resists #Miiquality campaign to let Tomodachi Life gamers play gayk=Guardian News". Associated Press. May 7, 2014.
  4. ^Ashcraft, Brian (May 8, 2013). "Rumor: Bug Makes Gay Marriage Possible in Nintendo Game [Update]". Kotaku.com. Retrieved June 12, 2014.
  5. ^Parfitt, Ben (April 10, 2014). "VIDEO: Nintendo to give Tomodachi Life a shot in the West | Games industry news | MCV". MCV. Retrieved June 7, 2018.
  6. ^lang, Derrik (May 7, 2014). "Nintendo Says No to Virtual Equality in Life Game". Abcnews.go.com. Associated Press. Archived from the original on May 12, 2014. Retrieved May 21, 2014.
  7. ^"We are committed to fun and entertainment for everyone - Nintendo Official Site". Nintendo.com. May 9, 2014. Retrieved May 10, 2014.
  8. ^Starr, Michelle. "How to have same-sex relationships in Tomodachi Life". CNET. Retrieved 2020-11-25.
  9. ^ ab"Tomodachi Life for 3DS". GameRankings. CBS Interactive. Archived from the original on December 5, 2019. Retrieved February 8, 2017.
  10. ^ ab"Tomodachi Life for 3DS Reviews". Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved June 8, 2014.
  11. ^Darren Nakamura (June 6, 2014). "Review: Tomodachi Life". Destructoid. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  12. ^"Tomodachi Life review". Edge Online. June 6, 2020. Archived from the original on July 14, 2014. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  13. ^Eric L. Patterson (June 6, 2014). "EGM Review: Tomodachi Life". Electronic Gaming Monthly. Archived from the original on June 8, 2014. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  14. ^Martin Robinson (June 6, 2014). "Tomodachi Life review A life less ordinary". Eurogamer. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  15. ^Jeff Cork (June 6, 2014). "Tomodachi Life Little Nintendo People". Game Informer. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  16. ^DANIEL BISCHOFF (June 7, 2014). "Tomodachi Life Review". Game Revolution. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  17. ^Mark Walton (June 6, 2020). "Tomodachi Life Review". GameSpot. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  18. ^ abGilbert, Herbert (June 6, 2014). "Tomodachi Life review". GamesRadar. Retrieved June 8, 2014.
  19. ^"Tomodachi Life". GamesTM. No. 149. Future Publishing. June 2014. p. 121.
  20. ^ abMoore, ben (June 6, 2014). "Tomodachi Life - Review". GameTrailers. Archived from the original on June 14, 2014. Retrieved June 8, 2014.
  21. ^ abOtero, Jose (June 6, 2014). "Tomodachi Life Review". IGN. Retrieved June 8, 2014.
  22. ^Danny Cowan (June 6, 2020). "Tomodachi Life review: The surreal world". Joystiq. Archived from the original on June 8, 2014. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  23. ^Damien McFerran (June 5, 2014). "Tomodachi Life Review (3DS)". Nintendo Life. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  24. ^Zachary Miller (June 6, 2014). "Tomodachi Life Review". Nintendo World Report. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  25. ^"Tomodachi Life". Official Nintendo Magazine. No. 110. Future Publishing. August 2014. p. 68.
  26. ^Peter Willington (June 6, 2020). "Tomodachi Life". Pocket Gamer. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  27. ^ abMcElroy, Griffin (June 6, 2014). "Tomodachi Life review: semi charmed". Polygon. Retrieved June 6, 2014.
  28. ^Jeremy Parish (June 6, 2014). "Tomodachi Life 3DS Review: Conversation Piece". USgamer. Retrieved August 16, 2020.
  29. ^"Nintendo Apologizes For Not Putting Gay Marriage In Tomodachi Life". Kotaku. Kotaku. Retrieved June 8, 2014.
  30. ^"Nintendo Apologizes For Omitting Gay Marriage From 'Tomodachi Life'". NBC News.
  31. ^Jason Schreier. "Nintendo Apologizes For Not Putting Gay Marriage In Tomodachi Life". Kotaku. Gawker Media.
  32. ^"This Week in Sales: Tomodachi Collection Sees Big Launch Sales". Siliconera. April 24, 2013. Retrieved February 2, 2014.
  33. ^"Supplementary Information about Earnings Release"(PDF). Nintendo. October 30, 2014. Retrieved November 29, 2014.
  34. ^"Top Selling Title Sales Units - Nintendo 3DS Software". Nintendo. June 1, 2021. Retrieved June 1, 2021.
  35. ^"Tomodachi Collection: New Life stage". IGN. March 14, 2014. Retrieved March 30, 2014.
  36. ^Byford, Sam (2018-01-24). "Nintendo is shutting down Miitomo". The Verge. Retrieved 2020-11-25.
  37. ^Otero, Jose. "5 Things We Learned About Miitomo and Nintendo's Digital Future". IGN. Retrieved 1 April 2016.
  38. ^LeBlanc, Wesley (February 17, 2021). "Miitopia Announced for Nintendo Switch". IGN. Retrieved February 17, 2021.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomodachi_Life
  1. How to ride mount wow
  2. Last names that mean god
  3. 2018 audi q5 aftermarket accessories

Tomodachi Life

Available now

Expect the Unexpected in Tomodachi Life

Try before you buy! Download the free demo version on Nintendo eShop to experience a bit of Tomodachi Life for yourself.

What happens when friends, family, and celebrities become Mii™ characters and live together on an island? Tomodachi Life happens! Start by creating Mii characters and customizing everything about them. Have fun recreating your best friend, your favorite actor, mom and dad, co-workers...whoever! Then watch as they rap, rock, eat donuts, fall in love, break up, go shopping, play games, and live their crazy Mii lives.

Release date:
June 05, 2014

Players:
1 player

Genre:
Simulation

Publisher:
Nintendo

Game file size:
389 MB

ESRB Rating:

*MSRP: Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Actual price may vary. See retailer for details.

*To enjoy the 3D effect of Nintendo 3DS software, you must experience it from the system itself. All screenshots and videos on this website have been captured in 2D mode.

Use Parental Controls to restrict 3D mode for children 6 and under.

*If eligible for a Just for You offer, the final price reflects the combined Sale and Just for You offers. The Just for You offer is discounted from the sale price.

Sours: https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/tomodachi-life-3ds/
Nintendo Switch - Tomodachi Life 2 Trailer (fan made)

Now. I thought for a couple of seconds, and suddenly I realized exactly what I want. -Let me down. I asked.

Nintendo switch life 2 tomodachi

Would you mind. I raised my head. In front of me. If not for the voice, I would have taken her for a guy. But the voice was girlish.

Is Tomodachi Life 2 Coming for the SWITCH after Miitopia?

There was no way to choose one. Everyone was happy. He will moan at me, ask for pardon. Will be.

Now discussing:

The view from the height of the cliff to the surrounding banks, the river, the forest was really magnificent. We examined the surroundings, with a little clay with Alla was returning from a trip to her sister, Zhenya was already completely bored and was waiting for his beloved, everything. Inside was seething with excitement, waves of excitement passed through the body, the penis tended and then fell off, and Zhenya was shivering.

Finally a taxi came into the yard and Allochka got out of the car.



3519 3520 3521 3522 3523