Nintendo Animal Crossing Cards – Series 2 (Pack of 6 cards), 11.99, 0, $, .
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- Part Number: NVLEMA6B
- Item Weight: 1.12 ounces
- Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 0.2 x 6.8 inches
- Item model number: NVLEMA6B
- Color: Amiibo Cards
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Batteries Included?: No
- Batteries Required?: No
Animal Crossing Series 2 Cards
This product is already marked up to more than double the price and is advertised as a pack of 6. I received a pack of 3.
These are standard size cards with little chips in them so you can bring the characters to life in either Happy Home Designer or New Leaf(after the update early November 2016). The colors are very vibrant and I love the shine on the special character cards. You can use these cards to get people to move into your town in New Leaf, or you can use them to recruit the character as a client in Happy Home Designer, and design their home. Of course, you'll need an NFC reader if you don't have the "New" 3DS. The NFC reader is about $20. They're kind of overpriced if you aren't actually going to use them for the games, so I can't say I recommend them if that's the case. But if you're willing to spend another 20, or you have the 3DS with a built-in NFC reader, these are awesome.The picture added is of the cards I received, but keep in mind there are 100 different cards in the series and each pack is random, so don't expect to get exactly what I got.
Something to keep in mind with these cards is that while they are compatible with Animal Crossing: New Leaf Welcome Amiibo version, they are slightly more limited than the Welcome Amiibo cards you can purchase at a higher price. Unless you have a Wii U and the Animal Crossing game on that system (party game or something) or you just like collecting the cards like me, you would probably be better off buying that set.A quick comparison between the Series 1-4 amiibo cards and the Welcome Amiibo cards is that first, you can tell the difference easily in that there should be an RV full of stuff with the villager on the card. It shows you what stuff they'll have in their RV if you invite them. Welcome Amiibo cards let those villagers visit via RV, but the Series 1-4 cards, at best, let them live in your village or give you one free, random item (as well as special cards, like Pave, giving you their photograph if you want it, instead; keep in mind you're guaranteed one special card per pack).So if you want the RV visits, which means lots of furniture items and accessories to buy, get the Welcome Amiibo card packs. If you just want villagers to move into your village, these ones are great for that, too.
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