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By all accounts, this review could have easily been summed up as a Disney version of Animal Crossing, and that should be more than enough information for fans of either franchise to get excited. And while the comparisons are very easy to make, Disney Magical World still has enough distinction to set itself apart from Nintendo's virtual village simulator. Disney Magical World... Read Review

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