This week isn't all about E3 2013 you know. Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the biggest and best game of the year so far is released on Friday 14 June, and we're celebrating the launch with a series of special features. Throughout the week, we'll be revealing your best Animal Crossing characters, posting our Animal Crossing: New Leaf review and giving you the opportunity to win a copy of the game and an Animal Crossing 3DS XL.To kick things off, we're returning to one of our favourite features. 6 Animal Crossing facts and secrets.
Did you know that Mr Resetti could be disturbing to young children? Or how many different versions of Animal Crossing were released before Animal Crossing DS? Our expect fact finder Marc Zablotny has been digging around the world of Animal Crossing to find some amazing nuggets of information that you may not already know. He also found some turnips.
1. It's official: Mr Resetti is distrurbing
The European manual for Animal Crossing: Let's Go To The City gives a parental warning for the infamous character Mr. Resetti, saying he may be disturbing to young children.
"Information for parents - Mr Resetti.
"It is important that players save before switching off the Wii console in order to retain data after each play session (see Saving Data, above). If players switch off without saving, the character Mr. Resetti may appear upon restarting.
"Mr. Resetti's purpose is to teach players the importance of saving. However, parents should be aware that his personality and tone of voice, while intentionally humorous, are authoritative and may be disturbing to young children."