Summary: Gave me good memories of when I was like 7 haha. Then I got bored of it pretty quickly. Well, it was cheap. Very different from typical sims game, but in a good way (before it becomes tedious)
Summary: Its fun but not as fun as Sims bustin out there are some things I like, like the apartments,different locations,clothing stuff like that but I got 4 of the sim games this being one of them and my favorite was the Sims bustin out.
Summary: First I should mention that I'm writing this review for the PS2/Gamecube versions of this game. The DS version is a whole different game. The first time I played this game, I was expecting a game like every other Sims game.
Summary: This game is ok but a few things could have been worked on. Like I wish you could just control where your sims go with your anolog stick. The realism isn't as good as the sims 2 was. I liked the game for a while but then I got tired of it then I stopped playing it. But it was fun when I played it.
Summary: Okay, I'll admit, the graphics and the ability to actually work your jobs and change clothes and all are good, but over all, I'm disappointed in this game. Once I got to the point where I was at the penthouse, the game began to collect dust. The replay urge is SO not there.
Summary: After devoting a couple of days to The Urbz, I think I can finally write a decent review on how I feel about it. This game is alright...playable...but doesn't fall anywhere near my category of favorite games of all time (an honor which both the Original Sims and Sims 2 have achieved).
Mr. Phillip Robinson "Robbo (not phil, I'm his son!)", Amazon
3 January 2007
Summary: The Urbz was a huge change form The Sims and The Sims bustin'out, because this wasn't about getting a career and raising a family, the whole idea was to get reputation so you could get into nightclubs.