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[[{{PAGENAME}}]], known in Japan as {{Nihongo|'''Tomodachi Collection: New Life'''|トモダチコレクション 新生活|Tomodachi Korekushon: Shin Seikatsu}}, in America as''' Tomodachi Life''', and South Korea as ''' Friend Gathering Apartment''' (친구모아 아파트,
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[[{{PAGENAME}}]], known in Japan as {{Nihongo|'''Tomodachi Collection: New Life'''|トモダチコレクション 新生活|Tomodachi Korekushon: Shin Seikatsu}} and South Korea as ''' Friend Gathering Apartment''' (친구모아 아파트,
 
Chingumoa apateu) is a life simulation handheld video game for the [[Nintendo 3DS]] and the direct sequel to the Japan-exclusive [[Nintendo DS]] title, {{TC}}. It was first released in Japan on April 18<sup>th</sup>, 2013 and was the best selling game in Japan on its release, selling 404,858 units. It was released in North America and Europe on June 6<sup>th</sup>, 2014, Australia on June 7th, 2014, and South Korea on July 17, 2014.
 
Chingumoa apateu) is a life simulation handheld video game for the [[Nintendo 3DS]] and the direct sequel to the Japan-exclusive [[Nintendo DS]] title, {{TC}}. It was first released in Japan on April 18<sup>th</sup>, 2013 and was the best selling game in Japan on its release, selling 404,858 units. It was released in North America and Europe on June 6<sup>th</sup>, 2014, Australia on June 7th, 2014, and South Korea on July 17, 2014.
   
The game takes place on an [[island]] inhabited by various [[Mii]]s, which the player can import from their 3DS, other devices, or [[QR Code| QR Codes]], or create from scratch using the 3DS' camera or the in-game creation tools. These Miis can be given their own voice, which is spoken in vocal synthesizer software, and a unique [[Personality|personality]] based on slider inputs given. Miis can then perform various actions, such as eating, trying on different outfits and doing many leisurely activities. As more Miis are introduced, many strange and curious interactions can occur between Miis, such as friendship, romance, rivalry, and even bizarre musical numbers.
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The game takes place on an [[island]] inhabited by various [[Mii|Miis]], which the player can import from their 3DS, other devices, or [[QR Code| QR Codes]], or create from scratch using the 3DS' camera or the in-game creation tools. These Miis can be given their own voice, which is spoken in vocal synthesizer software, and a unique [[Personality|personality]] based on slider inputs given. Miis can then perform various actions, such as eating, trying on different outfits, visiting various facilities on the island, and doing many leisurely activities. As more Miis are introduced, many strange and curious interactions can occur between Miis, such as friendship, romance, rivalry, and even bizarre musical numbers. If a male and female Mii get along well enough, they can start to date and even get [[Marriage|married]], creating their own house to live in together. Married Miis can even have children that will grow up in the house. Once the child gets old enough, it can live in its own apartment or go off as a traveler. Travelers will wait at the dock of the island. If you StreetPass with someone who also has Tomodachi Life, the traveler will go to the other person's island to visit.
 
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==Reception==
 
==Reception==
The game received positive reviews, with review sites such as IGN giving it a 8.4 and the game was praised by reviewers for it's quirkiness and fun nature, but criticized the tediousness of the game.
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The game received positive reviews, with review sites such as IGN giving it a 8.4 and the game was praised by reviewers for its quirkiness and fun nature, but criticized the tediousness of the game.
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

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Tomodachi Life
Tomodachi-life-us-box-art
Developer Nintendo EAD
Publisher Nintendo
Platforms Nintendo 3DS
Release date Japan April 18, 2013
US Flag June 6, 2014
Flag of Europe June 6, 2014
AU Flag June 7, 2014
Flag of South Korea July 17, 2014
Genre Life simulation
Ratings ESRB- Everyone
PEGI- 3
ACB- PG
CERO- A
Website Tomodachi Life (US)

Tomodachi Life (EU) Tomodachi Life (JP)

This article is about the video game. For the Super Smash Bros. stage, see here.

Tomodachi Life, known in Japan as Tomodachi Collection: New Life (トモダチコレクション 新生活 Tomodachi Korekushon: Shin Seikatsu?) and South Korea as Friend Gathering Apartment (친구모아 아파트, Chingumoa apateu) is a life simulation handheld video game for the Nintendo 3DS and the direct sequel to the Japan-exclusive Nintendo DS title, Tomodachi Collection. It was first released in Japan on April 18th, 2013 and was the best selling game in Japan on its release, selling 404,858 units. It was released in North America and Europe on June 6th, 2014, Australia on June 7th, 2014, and South Korea on July 17, 2014.

The game takes place on an island inhabited by various Miis, which the player can import from their 3DS, other devices, or QR Codes, or create from scratch using the 3DS' camera or the in-game creation tools. These Miis can be given their own voice, which is spoken in vocal synthesizer software, and a unique personality based on slider inputs given. Miis can then perform various actions, such as eating, trying on different outfits, visiting various facilities on the island, and doing many leisurely activities. As more Miis are introduced, many strange and curious interactions can occur between Miis, such as friendship, romance, rivalry, and even bizarre musical numbers. If a male and female Mii get along well enough, they can start to date and even get married, creating their own house to live in together. Married Miis can even have children that will grow up in the house. Once the child gets old enough, it can live in its own apartment or go off as a traveler. Travelers will wait at the dock of the island. If you StreetPass with someone who also has Tomodachi Life, the traveler will go to the other person's island to visit.

Reception

The game received positive reviews, with review sites such as IGN giving it a 8.4 and the game was praised by reviewers for its quirkiness and fun nature, but criticized the tediousness of the game.

Tomodachi series
Publisher
Nintendo
Tomodachi series
Tomodachi CollectionTomodachi Life
Spin-offs
MiitomoMiitopia
Video Game systems
Virtual BoyNintendo DSNintendo WiiNintendo 3DSWii U

Trivia

  • This game marks the first time a baby Mii is shown in the Nintendo family.
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