Reviews and Problems with The Sims: Bustin' Out
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DragonBallZX5 , GameStop
1 September 2012
Summary: This game is good, but it's kinda like Sims 1 with better graphics. You cannot move your Sim directly, but some people don't mind that. Busting Out mode is almost a bit similar to Get A Life mode in Sims 1. If I were you, I'd get Sims 2. It's graphics are great, and you could move your Sim with the analog stick, or if your used to Sims 1 controls, it lets you control them like that too. In Sims 2, you could play Freeplay and Story mode in 2 player split screen.
Summary: The Sims Bustin' Out is a good game. It is clearly a big step forward from the previous "The Sims" on Gamecube. The graphics are much more clear and realistic. The Sims don't look as muddy and deformed as they did in the last one. The customization options are vast and diverse. The clothing and hair options are much better, and so are the building options and objects. The music is so catchy and addictive; it really motivates you.
Summary: I got this game sand said to my self it is almost real. I like it because you start living with your mom and than go to the move in with somebody else. I liked how you get a job and then you get paid and can build a huge house. I didn't like how some jobs when you went to work used up most of the day. I remember that sometimes you would get awoken by a telophone or something like that. You can take down your partners house and build you house bigger based on there space.
Summary: Sims bustin' out is a decent game.It's hard to learn the controls at first,but you will get better as you play.Making money is hard unless you get alote of promotions.It is also hard to keep your motives up.The fun part is buying stuff for your house.You can also get new cars,move out of your house,and even get maried.You can move your character around,but sometimes he will move himself.To stop him from moving himself,pause the game,go to options,and turn it off.You can...
Summary: Sims Bustin Out is hard at first when you have to get promoted and keep yourself doing things so you won't get on the little red things.Two things I love about Sims is that they make everything seem real and the things we do they are doing them too.Sims make a lot of sense to me but maybe not to other people.It's kind of hard to get to the part where you have your own house and you have to have ten promotions just to get to have your own house.I like playing free play...
Excerpt: I apologise for the randomness of my title, however watching my little man burn to death yesterday ( and then proceed to turn into a ghost) actually bought a tear to the eye! I had become quite fond of Derek, my little sim who try as he might just cannot get it on with the goth Lady! This game is highly adictive, which is dangerous really as I am a mother of three, and this just suits me down to the ground!
Excerpt: I absolutley love the sims, i payed 40.00 for this because everytime sims come out, they improve. I never knew any difference in this game, so boring. I thought the graphics were fairly good, but the game itself is unexplainable, just set out wrong and to me its nothing like the pc version and how good it is. I am a big fan of the sims, i defintely would say this is 5 out of 10. Sometimes i can play on it but im only on it for 5 or 10 minutes.
Excerpt: Having bought and played the Sims on the Gamecube I was quite excited when thhis new game came out. Eeverything about this game build and improves on the first one released on this platform. The choice of characters is larger, the number of locations are huge and the graphics are of a better quality. The basis premis of the game is to progress through your life in terms of housing, career and relationships, whhich is much like the first game.