I am playing the Japanese version of とびだせ どうぶつの森 on the 3DS LL (bundle). I'm also playing the American version bundle, Animal Crossing New Leaf 3DS XL.Yes both!
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[listen with headphones for happy fun time]
so carnalchaos told me that if you mix that if you mix 4am music of New Leaf with Lavender Town you get a creepy ass effect
this happened when I mixed them
4am huh? It was probably done on purpose. At the very least it makes sense why the 4am music is made to sound creepy.
In Japan 4am… or rather, more specifically, 4:44am is considered an unlucky time. Glancing at a clock when it says 4:44am is considered bad luck (4:44pm is not as big a deal because usually you’re dealing with a 24 hour clock in Japan, which says 16:44 and not 4:44pm, but 4:44am is still 4:44).
If you are superstitious, supposedly lots of scary things happen then, and it’s associated with death because the number four 四 can be pronounced し (shi), the same as in the word for death… 死
Finally… Lavender Town in the Japanese version of pokemon was actually called シオンタウン (shion town) … as you can see, it also starts with “shi”
Bringing this back because it’s been one year since most people outside Japan started playing.
Happy ACNL anniversary you guys :)
Frobert (frog) moved out and Drago (DRAGON!!!) moved in to my NA town, and Takyu (purple ostritch thing) moved out and Kabukichi (Kabuki Cat) is moving into my JP town via a friend.
if anyone needs Cobb or Henry’s pic I’m trading them for basically any other villager pics, unless I have it already, but I don’t have many. ^^
Lemme know! Ask box is open! (you’ll get replies via my main, natsukigirl, tumblr)
some april fools day info for villagers is incomplete. if all else fails just keep saying you don’t know until they say their birthday or catchphrase.
I had to do that with Sally just now on my TT town.
Since I now know which one she was, real Sally also said she was good at blowing bubbles and wants to be a chef.
I got my Japanese 3DS LL via ebay (the とび森 special edition that came preloaded), I then also bought the North American one of the same thing once it came out.
Normally I only buy one system because in the past they had been region free, but for the 3DS they decided to be jerks and region locked them.
This means I needed one system for each region I want to play games for. Since there are/will be several titles from both America and Japan that I wanted to play, this meant having to get one of each.
Do note, however, that the region lock only seems to apply to the 3DS specific games (games with the newer notched shape and 3DS indicated on them). All my older DS games from America and Japan all work on both of my 3DSes regardless of region.