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Animal Crossing - Video Proof of Secret Items Disa 
Posted by: Disa at 10:07 PM EST on 1/20/2003
File Under: Games -> GameCube

The Animal Crossing world has been in a buzz since the Action Replay cheat device revealed that they had codes for players to be able to get rare NES games such as Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda. The initial evidence they provided of the games in still image format, however, was quickly put down by some to be faked even though the Action Replay website is a legitimate source.

To continue to prove that the items were obtainable, some of the Action Replay staff held a couple of contests on some message boards where the winners could send in their memory cards and have these items placed in their Animal Crossing town since the Action Replay is not yet out. As the winners got their memory cards back, they provided their own pictures of the items, but some people were still skeptical.

Today, however, Eric and I received our memory card back from Action Replay's US offices and instead of providing screenshots, we made some videos of the items in play, removing any last doubts held by some about the NES games and other items. The following link is to the two Animal Crossing videos we made which clearly show Punch-Out, Ice Climber, Super Mario Bros., and The Legend of Zelda: Animal Crossing Videos

While there is no official method for obtaining these items currently, this is still an exciting piece of news for Animal Crossing fans as it shows that there are a lot of items in the game that we still do not know about yet and have to look forward to.

Disa - Animal Crossing Reporter (and enjoying SMB) ^_^
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