One of my favourite aspects of Tomodachi Life is that while the game concept is really simple (c’mon, it has a 3+ age rating), there is a constant stream of things to do. Alongside your islanders that are 75% controlled by the game, the clothing store, hat shop and supermarket are refreshed daily with plenty of new things to buy. And although I’d say I’m a seasoned gamer in that I much prefer story and action led games and MMMORPGs, there is still a tiny part of me that loves to indulge in buying virtual food and clothes.
Clothing, hat, food and interior items are all core to the game too, though. In gameplay, I like to check my Mii Apartments ALL the time – apparently I’m really nosey? Who woulda thought? – and the islanders will often become complacent and want different things. You can feed them their favourite food, buy clothes in their favourite colours and more to boost their happiness level, and as you level up, you progress in the game.
If only it was as easy as lovin’ spaghetti bolognese to progress in real life, eh?
Disclaimer: This is a post written in collaboration with Nintendo to celebrate the Europe launch of Tomodachi Life. This is one of four posts in my Tomodachi Life diary series and I was simply gifted the game to play and share. Views expressed are my own. Photos all my own too.