Tomodachi Collection appears to be coming west

Nintendo of Europe survey reportedly explicitly states localization.

Tomodachi Collection in English

Tomodachi Collection: New Life, which launched for 3DS in Japan last April, might be coming to the west. According to multiple reports, Nintendo of Europe is passing around an online survey gauging interest on the upcoming localization, which is reportedly explicitly stated.

The survey comes complete with an official English description and screenshots, attached right.

Here’s the description:

Welcome to “Tomodachi Collection” for Nintendo 3DS — a living world in your pocket, made of people you know!

“Tomodachi Collection” is unlike any videogame you have ever played, where you decide who should be part o your game. Will it be your best friends? Your parents? Your crush? Or maybe your favourite actor? You get to choose who lives in this vibrant community!

Create a Mii character or each person you want in the game. Pick a voice and personality, and watch your Mii character come to life. Sometimes they will act astonishingly close to real life, yet other times they will behave in completely unexpected ways. Regardless, you’ll find it hard not to laugh!

Take care of your Mii characters and understand their needs. You will receive many different rewards that you can spend on customising your community even further. And, as the game progresses, unique relationships will form — your Mii characters could fight over the most trivial things, become best pals, or even fall in love!

Can you imagine…

… your mum dancing to a techno song?

… your secret crush asking you out on a date?

… your favourite star becoming best friends with you?

Almost anything is possible in “Tomodachi Collection” — a vibrant world full of friends that fits in your pocket.

Thanks, Tiny Cartridge.

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