Tomodachi Life, or in Japan, Tomodachi Collection: New Life (ともだちコレクション:新生活) Tomodachi korekushon: Shin seikatsu is a life-simulation video game developed by Nintendo SPD and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS. The game, which is a direct sequel to the Japan-exclusive Nintendo DS title, Tomodachi Collection, (which was released in June 2009) was released in Japan in April 2013, June 2014 worldwide and July 2014 in South Korea.
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The game begins with the player naming their island and creating or importing their personal Mii, who is referred to as the player's "look-alike" and lives in an apartment building. (The building holds up to 100 Miis.)The player can import Miis from the system's Mii Maker, other devices or QR codes or create them from scratch using the 3DS's camera or the in-game Mii Maker. The Miis are voiced by a text-to-speech software and have unique personalities. Miis can then perform various actions, such as eating, trying on different outfits, falling in love with each other, and engaging in many leisure activities. As more Miis are added to the island, many strange and curious interactions can occur between them, such as friendship, romance, fights, sadness, get-togethers, dreams and families. As the game goes by, the player unlocks more stores, clothes, food, and places for the Miis to play, and the stores restock with different items every day.
Note: The player cannot get new items if you skip a day by changing the 3DS’ clock. They must physically wait an entire day for stores to get new items.
The game received positive reviews and good sales records. Many reviewers praised the gameplay, but criticized the minigames and lack of same-sex couples. (Citation needed)