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Wootini’s Weekly Animal Crossing Diary

Dear Diary,

Big doin’s this week in Geneva! We said good-bye to one resident, and said hello to a new one. Plus, I had another weird letter from my mom: “To my sweet Chris, There was a fireworks display in town tonight. It was so beautiful! It made me wonder if you could see it from your town. Is it too far away? – Mom”

So… my mother doesn’t know where I live? I’m the mayor! How can she not know where I’m mayoring? Sigh… Also, she included fireworks paper, which is nice because I totally forgot to check out the fireworks show this week. Oops! Well, there’s still a couple more to enjoy, I think!

Read on for the rest of the fun!

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Wootini’s Weekly Animal Crossing Diary

Dear Diary,

There were more fireworks again, because there’s fireworks every week this month. So that’s not really that special. And I had another person decide to move away before I even had someone new move in to replace the last person who left town! I can’t have less than nine people in town! I don’t even like having less than ten! I’m the mayor, and I won’t stand for it!

Anyway, read on for all the insanity!

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Super Smash Bros. for Wii U & Nintendo 3DS: Veteran Fighter Meta Knight Returns To The Fray!

If you’re a big Smash Bros. fan, you stay up waiting for series creator Masahiro Sakurai to upload the Pic of The Day before you go to bed. This week in particular has been interesting since Monday and Tuesday’s updates came very early. However, last night took a little longer than normal. If you go on Twitter or Reddit, you can see for yourself that people were anxiously awaiting this delayed update, myself included. It was definitely worth it.

Veteran fighter Meta Knight makes his triumphant return to Smash 4 and he’s ready for battle!

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Harmonix Announces Launch DLC For Dance Central Spotlight

Dance Central Spotlight is coming exclusively for the Xbox One on September 2, and while the $9.99 digital download will come with 10 songs, Harmonix has been promising many more tracks to shake your groove thing to. They’ve recently confirmed a bunch of the DLC tracks that will be available for $1.99 each when the game launches, and it continues to be a great mix of current hits and classic jams so everyone can find something they’ll enjoy!

Remember, if you own Dance Central 1, 2 and/or 3, you’ll be able to import those songs as well, though they haven’t confirmed a specific date when that will be possible. So until then, you can enjoy the 10 tracks included with Dance Central Spotlight as well as the songs I’ll list after the jump!

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