Summary: It wasn't a horrible game. I'll start by saying that. The game was fun I suppose, but I never would have bought it if it wasn't for one of my friends. I borrowed her game and helped her out with a part of the game she couldn't get. Then I gave it back. I couldn't just not finish a game! So I bought it and played it start to finish within two days. It was fun, but I wasn't bubbling with excitment when the next My Sims game came out.
Summary: Controls were simple all you have to do is walk around the town.You also have to play a total of 6 minigames (some you have to un-lock) they are simple as well. Skydiving is the last mini-game you unlock and its very frustrating. Interface is o.k. you're extras are in the corners which makes it easy walk around the town and do tasks for people, but its still simple. Sound: music is ok but it could have more sound effects. Graphics are nothing special.
Summary: Controls: I downed this section two points because the controls are so simple. They do not use the touch screen at all which makes it get boring quickly. Interface: Perfect. Sound: Good enough. Graphics and Animation: Fine. But they are extremly boring so it got downed. Realism: Feels real enough. Special Additions: You can create your own character. In the above rating I made this game sound okay, but that is just because they only asked a few questions.
Summary: Sims is a great line of games, but My Sims for the Nintendo Ds just wasn't like the others. This game is quite decent but it definitely isn’t one of the worst, the activities get quite boring after a while, and interacting with the townspeople is pretty much a repeat, they feel, sad, then you try to cheer them up by doing cheesy actions. I was disappointed by this game. If you are used to more action type games do NOT buy this game.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Summary: Originally I bought a DS to take away on holiday day with me, as I was going on a long coach trip, and wanted something to combat the boredom. Originally I picked this game up, as it looked very similar to the sims games, but after playing on it for a couple of minutes I realised it was completly different. The mini games are quite addictive, and can keep you entertained for a couple of hours, but the enjoyment does wear off quite quickly.