Tomodachi Life (トモダチコレクション 新生活 or Tomodachi Collection: New Life in Japan) is a Nintendo 3DS game and sequel to the Japan-only hit, Tomodachi Collection. Tomodachi Life was released in June 6th, 2014. In this game, you create Miis and set them on to their new life. They do a massive variety of activities including, befriending, fighting, dating and even marriage that leads to a child. The characters do this actions with very little to no input from the player.
Tomodachi Life allows players to let their Miis live on a island. You can pick the personalities of your Mii, voice, accent, etc. The Miis players make can become friends, get married, and more.
New to the game is StreetPass feature, where the children of other islands' Miis can stay at the island's Camping Site, returning to their parents to visit via SpotPass with information and souvenirs from their travels. SpotPass is also used to receive special clothing from Nintendo at Import Wear.
In Famitsu magazine, the game was awarded 36/40 from the four reviewers (9/9/9/9). The western critics were not as nice, with the game getting a 72 on Metacritic and a 73.24% on Game Rankings.
The game has sold tremendously well in Japan, about 404,858 units in its first week and 1.82 million with 1,580,067 at retail by the end of 2013. In America, the game sold 175 thousand in its first month. In France, the game has sold over 400 thousand as of December 2014. In Germany, the game surpassed 200 thousand as of the end of November 2014. The game is also doing well elsewhere in Europe, being near the top of weekly charts for the majority of the summer and early Fall. The game sold about 1.27 million for the first half of 2014 fiscal year, most of that being from the West. By November, the game has sold over 1 million copies in Europe alone.