Summary: The Sims is a revolution in the gaming world. Never before had we could not control the family, build houses, and Organize party. I have to admit that I liked this idea. And although in 2000 arose game with better graphics, it just Sims was not needed. Pleasant to saw on Computer fellows in isometric projection. Cool was also the Simlish language that was incomprehensible mix of several languages.
Summary: Very good gameplay, almost innovative for its times. The bad points are the graphics and the performance, since the graphics suck and you still get low FPS on low end PCs (such as PCs of its times). The sound is really boring, except for some tracks. Overall, it's a mediocre game, which could be even better, since the idea was good.
Summary: Fun at first, but quickly became boring. Beyond sending your sims to work and making sure they don't crap themselves, there is very little to do except expand your house. You don't need a big house for any practical purposes, so to me the game seems kind of... pointless.
Summary: This was the begining of the Best Selling PC game franchise and World Record smasher, The Sims. Im happy with the start and will always be a classic game to remember, even though graphics wasnt good, but ey. It was number one!!
Amazing game, even after the Sims 3 it got me back.
29 February 2012
Summary: A great gust of nostalgia overtook me and I had to have The Sims again. It is one of the greatest games ever made, and it doesn't need reviews for that, the sheer numbers of sales can vouch for that. Great gameplay, amazing fun, open-ended, and the ability to create as much as possible. I've always loved the gameplay and controlling another little person (or persons), and the architecture tools in this game were top-notch for the day.