Summary: The sims game was great, i borrowed it from a friend and bought it for my self. I couldn't put the game down once i started play i couldn't put it down. I recomend it to people who don't like a lot of violence and like reality type games or a bit of adventure and roaming around. It is a game where everything is a utopia(perfect world) and the town is an abandoned resort place where you have to make visitors come again by helping the mayor.
Summary: This game is an okay game. The point of the game is to get a town from droll to cool. It is sometimes hard to figure what to do to move on, so all you do is talk to people, but you don't really get to chose what to say. At first I thought that this game was the bomb. Now I barely play it any more. I usually play it when no other games sound good. You keep doing the same thing over and over and over again. Like my game got erased so I had to start all over.
Summary: MySims is definitely a great game...for the first half hour. It's really not that exciting or interesting, but it's really addicting. I got it for Christmas and couldn't put it down the first week or so...then I kept it down for a while. After you get through alot of the challeneges, it's really not that fun, and sometimes it's tough to figure out what has to move the plot forward.
Summary: My sims is a pretty fun game. You can do a whole lot of things in it. You can create and clothe a sim, and walk and play and live in a virtual world. In the game you have to improve a small town and areas and attractions around that town, meet and become friends with the townspeople and make the town a popular tourist destination. You can also buy a second house and decorate your houses. You can also buy clothes and plants for your house.
Summary: I bought this for my 3yo daughter who loves it. Its just basic enough for her to understand. As ive been showing her what to do with the tasks she's getting better at understanding things like this task must be done to move on. She enjoys choosing different hairstyles and clothes, there really isnt much content at the start but, she's three, so its perfectly amusing and not confusing with too much choice.
Summary: First DS game I ever played. Should give me plenty of an opinion on it... Pros: Nice art and graphics for a DS game Easy to grasp Feeling of goodness when making someone happy Fun and well thought mini games Cons: Once your top level doesn't seem to be much more replay value Overall: A fantastic game for first time or a light yet fun game for experienced ones.
Summary: Think of My Sims as Sims for younger children. You have the ability to create your own sim (one sim per game unfortunately) which helps it's new town to become a popular tourist destination. You do this by helping out Helen the Mayor and the shopkeepers around the island. As you progress you unlock places such as the Casino, Club and Bakery. And if you do really well, you can even purchase your own mansion!
Summary: I got My Sims DS for my birthday last year. It's good and realistic, although the characters are more cartoon-looking than real people. There are plenty of activities like fishing, paragliding, playing raquetball at the park and lots more. You can buy cakes at the bakery, buy furniture to decorate your house, dance at night in the town hall, talk to tourists and give them gifts, ride the boat to the island, ride the trolley bus to a different area and just generally...