I always thought there was something weird about these games.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. City Folk introduces several new elements to the Animal crossing series, including online chat support, an in-game auction house, Mii features, and city elements (as opposed the the previous rural characteristics of the series). However, the core game changes nothing; You still collect fruits, shells, fish, fossils, and bugs, sip coffee at the same cafe with the same indifferent rooster bartender, and live a life of indentured servitude. Indeed, the game is so unchanged that you can import your entire town and all from your DS copy of Wild World. However, one burning question remains to be answered: will Tipper still be a cunt?