Summary: This game certainly does not have the polish and brilliance of nintendo's Anilmal crossing wild world (made in 2004 when My sims was made in 2008 so I was expecting better grapics!) but no, it just had to have silly wardrobe glitches and seriously annoying towns folk. The main plot is that you start of as a boy or girl, then you have to try and turn your dumpy town into a resort, I know, stuipid story!) But still it was fun for a while.
Excerpt: "I had bought the game when I had first bought my ds lite. At first I thought It was ok, however the graphics sucked, their was only a few songs that played at differnt types of the day. The challenges are very simple and the game goes by fast and eventually your just annoyed. I think that the company had made waaaayyy better sim games and i'm really disapointed in it. I did, however, enjoy some of the minigames. You can fish, make feed for wild life, ...
Summary: I have never played any sims games on the pc so I went into playing this one with a open mind. it can be purchased from Amazon for around £12 it is quite old now it was released in 2007 so you may find it even cheaper. The story behind the game is the main town has a good population but the seaside village where you are based for the game has been struggling so it's down to you to get people and business into the town.
Summary: I loved the origianl sims games so thought id give this 1 a try and i was a bit disappointed, i knew it was going 2 be different from The Sims but it has no direction on what the point of the game is and is very repetitive, which i suppose on the plus side means it will never end but i like to play games that i can feel i have acheived at the end and i just don't get this with My Sims.
Excerpt: "As a mega fan of previous sims games this was a welcome addition to my sims catalogue. It begins as most sims games do with the customization of your own sim. The game play is simple and fun with lots of unique twists and turns which play out as you meet new people and try to improve your environment and increase tourism of a small town. Each new person within the game requires different things from you and mini games are plentiful and range in difficulty ...
Summary: This game starts off OK, but its main downfall to me is having to wait for the long dialogues to take place between the characters. Everything is too much money, so having to make an endless succession of leis just to be able to move forward with the game, which soon becomes very repetitive. I just don't like this game at all on the DS. It's FAR better on the Wii.
Excerpt: "This My Sims game is definately a totally different version of the usual Sims I am used to even though it is still made by EA. The main differences of this version of the game are the graphics and how you control the characters. In this game you are ONE person and go about your business. I guess when this game came out in 2007 they were re-thinking of the brand of the Sims and thought they needed a new way in order to attract more customers. In ...
MySims (DS): A Different Take On The Origional Sims
17 October 2009
Summary: This My Sims game is definately a totally different version of the usual Sims I am used to even though it is still made by EA. The main differences of this version of the game are the graphics and how you control the characters. In this game you are ONE person and go about your business. I guess when this game came out in 2007 they were re-thinking of the brand of the Sims and thought they needed a new way in order to attract more customers.
Summary: This game is fine for a while, especially when you first get it. You just go "Wow! There's so much I can do! It's so amazing!" (Well, that is kind of exaggerating.) But then you find out there's only so much you can do. It gets a bit boring eventually (especially if you get to five stars on the town star meter thing). I did make a ginormous mistake by looking up on the internet how to get five stars. It's very easy if you know how. It's good value on Amazon though.