Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime sure has been putting a lot more hours into Animal Crossing: New Leaf than me. Just look at his house. It looks like a mansion with all of those rooms. Right now, I’m stuck with one room in my house. Heck, I don’t even have a kitchen nor was I ever thinking about creating one.
Enough talk – let’s check out Reggie’s Animal Crossing: New Leaf house :
Video credit : Nintendo.
I wonder how many bells he spent for the entire thing. Nook is no cheapskate. That’s a lot of trips to the Island and the store keeper – you should know about this if you have ever played Animal Crossing: New Leaf. If you haven’t, basically, you have to earn Bells (the game’s currency) by handing over fish or bugs that you caught during gameplay.
There’s also picking fruit to sell, shaking trees to find Bells, etc.
What makes up Reggie’s
house mansion :
- Nintendo Museum
- Japanese styled room with musical instruments (including a sitar)
Who needs to go to the in-game museum when you can make one right in your own house. If Reggie created his own Nintendo Museum, you can too – throwing in fishes and sharks on display is also possible. There’s also a kitchen with an Apple themed television – I’m talking about the fruit, not the company that created the iPhone. Wait! It does not stop there. Reggie also made his very own gym. When he is tired of working out, there’s a large flat screen TV that he can enjoy. What I was most surprised to see was a basement.