Summary: The game was perfect. It was more than I expected. Saying it was in good condition bothered me, but it was better. I was pleased to see the disc had no scratches, and I have enjoyed playing the SIMS. Thank you for a good product.
Summary: I remember the exact article "Guys and Digital Dolls; What's not to like about an ingenious computer game that tries to imitate real life? A skeptical parent's guide to The Sims" by Bob Thompson of The Washington Post Apr 14, 2002. The game sounded like fun so I bought it.
Summary: The Sims has improved from this original incarnation but all the things you love about it is there. Watching these Sims go about their lives is more fun then you'd imagine! They set things on fire and go thru the problems of love, friendship, job asspiration and not having enough money.
Summary: I remember playing this years and years ago, it was my favorite game then, the building, the songs, looking after your family and progressing mesmerized me. It's one of those games you get so into it you forget your playing a game.
Summary: A brilliant game. It's a long way from being a good people simulator, but it's surprising how complex behaviors can arise out of a basic needs-driven model of human behavior. I look forward to seeing how the game could be further developed in the future.