Well, since Monday was heavily focused on the Wii, and Tuesday documented a Wii-related experience, I figured we might as well make it Wii Week and run three more days of Wii blog posts. I bet you’re all excited about that!
Lindsey and I have been playing a lot of Animal Crossing: City Folk since we got it. It is the most played game we own now. When we got it, I figured that would be her solo game, Super Mario Galaxy would be my solo game, and Wii Sports, Wii Fit, and Mario Kart would be our together games.
I’ve played more Animal Crossing than Super Mario Galaxy. Not because Super Mario Galaxy is a lesser game (it’s an amazing game), but because Animal Crossing is so easy and relaxed that you can’t help but lose track of time.
Which brings me to the point of this post: Our lives are being devoured by the Wii.
Devoured, I say.
It’s a serious problem. We’ve started caring less about things we enjoyed before because we’d rather be playing Animal Crossing. The biggest problem is that I am completely aware of this problem, and I’m not going to do a thing about it. I need to have a perfect rating for our town. It will happen, and we will reap the benefits.
We’ve both had our houses expanded after paying off our original mortgage. Lindsey has been grinding fishing for extra money, and I’ve started manipulating the residents. Oh, it’s so very fun.
Is it weird that I like this game so much?
-Because I said so