Summary: I got this game 2 weeks ago and at first the controls were confusing. I eventually learned them and then after that it was fun. if you have never play the PlayStation 2 before this is not the game for you. But it is a really fun game.
Somethin that could stir up the nostaligic feeling
Celestine , GameStop
26 September 2011
Summary: I remember playing this along with The Sims: Bustin' Out when I was 7-8. Some of the things in this game can be considered as somewhat suggestive. I haven't played this game or Bustin' Out in a few years so I do not really remember it. It has a few cons such as some of the noises sounding a bit strange. But, I first played the Sims games on the PS2 when I was younger, and I did not play the PC Sims games until I got the Sims 2.
Summary: i bought this game and it was defective. i exchanged it for the same game and it was defective. i exchanged it AGAIN for the same game and it STILL doesnt work and nooo it is not my console that doesnt work.
Summary: I love this game. The graphics are so-so for these days, but for the time game came out, they are really good. If you want a Sims game that has a little more to do than The Sims 2 but you want to stay on the console, this game is a must buy. One cool thing is you have babies, children, and adults instead of just adults in The Sims 2. The sound was good and a lot like The Sims for the PC that came out in 2000.
Summary: I've owned this game since it first came out, which was quite a while ago. I LOVED it at the time and have purchased every Sims game for PS2 since. It is really a great game but obviously not as advanced as the others that have come out since. You start out living with your mom and have to do different tasks to earn skill points. Honestly, the worst part of this game is waiting for skill points to be earned. Your Sim sits there reading, etc.