Summary: This game is a lot of fun for me,but I think the sims 3 game will be much funner I hope you can build your own two story houses and have kids that age and go to a real wedding ceremony when the sims get married.And go to the hospital when the sims are going into labor.and you get to change sims laungeges,and sims can take walks in a forest or woods.Also go to the groecory store to shop.the sims pets can also have more than five puppies.
Summary: The Sims: Bustin Out is a great game, granted, you don't get to go on dates, go on vacations, or have the ability to become a superstar, but this has a whole new attitude that will definitely grow on you! The graphics are incredible even now! I mean, I was completely amazed with how beautiful everything was! You get a lot more face and body custimization options- you finally can make your own face- you don't have to pick one of the pre-made ones..
Summary: I bought this game only about 3 days ago and I have been playing it non-stop since! I am enjoying it tremendously! My one and only complaint is how quickly your Sim runs out of each "personal state" I'm constantly trying to beat the clock to keep my Sim healthy and happy. In that sense it can sometimes be frustrating but, honestly it has not stopped me from playing it for hours on end. I recommend it.
Summary: Great game. Even better than the first Sims. I was addicted the minute I sat down to play. I had to force myself to stop playing the game to sleep, eat and shower. Game play is cleaner and the look of the game is really well done. My only problem with this game is the use of my sims time. It's a bit better than in the first Sims but still way off the mark. Who takes that long to urinate and eat?
Summary: When I first started playing this game I thought it was great, but as I played it more it became more and more boring. You have to always have all the skills you need to get a promotion in the career part of the game, and you have to be happy ,(which is basically impossible). This game is supposed to let you start a family and get married, but that to is impossible to figure out how.
Summary: Well I bought this game and I was so excited! Then I discovered that you can only leave the house in bust out mode. Also when you bust out you can`t go downtown you can just go to friend`s houses. (from what I know so far if there is a way I haven`t figured it out yet.) Another thing that I didn`t like was that there are not very many house lots as in the computer versions. But I loved the graphics and all the unlockables.
Very, very good, and fun, some very minor complaints
K. E MAKAR "zack777", Amazon
15 August 2004
Summary: The Sims is the most unique game I have ever played. You control people's lives, make sure their mood is good by supplying their motives, get them married and have kids, have them make friends, climb the career ladder by having them acquire skills, and a lot more. This game is not for everyone.
Summary: The new format for the second version of The Sims for consol takes some getting used to, but in the end does not dissapoint. I'd really recommend getting your hands on the Prima Strategy guide (sold seperately, but shouldn't be!) for "The Sims Bustin' Out", so new players can get a better idea of how to complete goals and objectives in the best way for the different levels. Either buy it, or page through one at a book store briefly to get the main ideas.
Summary: Make no mistake about it: The Sims is a classically good, perilously addictive game. While The Sims: Bustin' Out adds "questing" to the life-meddling proceedings, it's really no more than yet another extension of a five-year-old gameplay device. Concept, meet the breaking point. The Sims: Bustin' Out is essentially a further extension of the "Get A Life" mode from the original console Sims game.