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  • Downloadable Content/Japan
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  • Downloadable content (better known as DLC) are items that are distributed by Nintendo or that are received during special events. Animal Crossing: New Leaf takes advantage of distributed items that can be downloaded to the Nintendo 3DS using SpotPass , which downloads content to the console when the game is switched on or left in stand-by mode.
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  • Downloadable content (better known as DLC) are items that are distributed by Nintendo or that are received during special events. Animal Crossing: New Leaf takes advantage of distributed items that can be downloaded to the Nintendo 3DS using SpotPass , which downloads content to the console when the game is switched on or left in stand-by mode. To get the DLC in the game, the player must go to the Post Office, speak to either Pelly or Phyllis, and choose"Ask about a present." Either one of the clerks will connect the game to the internet to check for available content. The item is not forced upon the player from Pete or other characters, as was in Animal Crossing: City Folk. Since the Japanese release of Animal Crossing: New Leaf on 28th November 2012, several downloadable or distributed items were available for players in Japan. A few of these items were eventually released in North America and Europe, but many remain Japan only items. They were available either by a monthly download at the post office, or by distribution via Pete from Nintendo.