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: One of the best games ever. I loved this game and i've beaten it a million times.(Not that it is easy) It is an addictive game that you can play all the time and never get bored. The graphics aren't the best, but the game makes up for it by being so fun.The Neighborhood mode is great, too. You could play with 4 people.(if you swich off controllers) A standard for all Sims games. It is also a very simple and fun game and pretty realistic.
Summary: Of my 30 or so PS2 games, I have to say this one was by far the most addictive. I spent untold hours living in "happy sims world" and played the game through 3 times in "Get a Life" mode and twice in "New Neighborhood" mode before finally putting it back on the shelf, though it never collects dust for too long before someone in the house takes it down to play again.
Summary: After many hours of playing the PC version of the Sims, it started getting slower and slower, especially as I added more expansion packs. I don't know about everyone else, but I was getting really frustrated having to wait so long every time my sim did something. It also got fairly boring after there was no more challenge.
Summary: I've never played the Sims on PC, so I only had a vague clue about what I was in for. I had no idea the game would be this much fun and so addictive! This is the only game I've ever played where I don't have to kill anything, and it still provides hours of entertainment! I'm a big RPG and action-adventure fan. Being able to create my own unique characters and neighborhoods appealed to the rpg fan in me.
Summary: You start the game by "Getting a LIfe" and from there, it is all uphill. After decking your sim out in whatever apparel you wish; i.e. 'male or female' facial hair, glasses; is my sim lazy or outgoing, energetic or shy? It finally begins with your newly named Sim living with his dead-beat mom in a broken down house. After finding out that your mom will not help with anything; you have to start attaining certain goals; i.e.