Summary: It is a very fun game, I was so addicted to it that I would find mysalef playing from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. Yeah, this is how addicting it is at first, but after a ahile, you just realize that there isn't really nothing to this game other than promotions, getting jobs, getting Malcolm's mansion.
Summary: After playing the original sims for pc for around 2 years, I bought this game expecting hours of fun gameplay like I had from the original pc version. I was wrong. The game is alright, but it's incredible hard to keep all of your motives up whilst managing a job and completing tasks.
Summary: First of all I want to say that in the game you can only "Bust Out" in the Get A Life mode so far that I have noticed. Another thing that I noticed is that when you can "Bust Out" you can only go to people`s houses not go downtown and shop like in the computer versions.There is only one other...
Summary: I am a diehard Sims fan and I love all of the Sims; on PC. This one, I only like. My expectations were very high. I found that even though the hunger to play this game over and over isn't there, I do have fun when I do play it now that my expectations are more realistic.
Ehhh.. Ok game... Online mode is definitely flawed.
Tony Phan "tonyphant", Amazon
14 January 2004
Summary: The Sims Bustin' Out is extremely similar to last year's The Sims. This new one adds a bit more features for a better playing experience. However, the online mode brings the game down a notch. The game is fully 3-D, unlike the PC's version. The graphics are small, and you cannot zoom into your sim.