Summary: The game I received worked like new. No complaints on condition. But if you are a fan of the computer version or the PS3 version or even the PS2 version of Sims...You WILL be dissapointed with Sims3 on Wii. It is VERY difficult to decorate and build houses. And there is no option to turn off ageing. And no cheats. Very boring.
Summary: This game is very fun when it is running correctly. At first the games runs well but as the days progress more and more problems arise. Here is a list of problems I have encountered. Random game freezes, if you haven't saved in awhile too bad. Refrigerator stops working and you can not delete or sell it. You can not upgrade your home because you have broken the fire code too many times. It fails to mention what you did to break the code.
Summary: I too am a little disappointed. I was so excited when I heard that Sims 3 was coming out on Wii. I've been playing it about a week and have to say that the Wii version of Sims 3 is pretty anticlimactic. I've played the PC version and fell in love. The Wii version has a few similarities but is more annoying than fun. Like the other reviewers have stated, my Sim is constantly frozen...in mid step on most occasions.
Summary: This game spends too much time on C G, a convoluted story line, and not nearly as attaching as the previous fire emblem. I was disappointed because I was expecting so much more. The tactics are still there, but that's where it ends. (SPOILER) - The end was so lame. You had to use your most powerful characters to win the battle. These are the ones you didn't even develop! Boo! If you want a better experience, try out the GBA version of the game!
Summary: I honestly was so confused with the storyline in this game. I really had no idea what was going on at all. I really don't like this type of "chess-like" gameplay, and was surprised with the lack of voice acting in this. Considering the generation, I was expecting something better. Bottom line: if you like games like disgeae and FF Tactics, you might like this but I wouldn't really recommend it.
Summary: I got this after reading mixed reviews. I'm not terribly impressed. The graphics are seriously lacking, it's slow. The build and buy section has an awful interface. Compared to the PS3 and the PC versions this is a poor turn out for EA games. I have Sims3 Ambitions on my iPad and its 200% better and a lot cheaper. Sorry Sims fans and Wii users in my humble opinion this game is not worth the money. I will be trading it in. Disappointing.
Irritating, glitchy and just keeps getting worse and worse.
22 March 2014
Summary: There are a lot of things wrong with this game, and this will just start to touch on them. At the beginning of the game, it stars of well and is quite fun to play, however that is when things start to go wrong. Here are just a few of the many things; 1. You do not find out the gender of you baby until you've named it, good luck guessing! 2. When loading it takes at least 3 minutes for everything to load properly which takes about 3 sim hours! 3. GLITCHES.
Summary: This game had a lot of hype and relies on the Sims name. It's hard to use on Wii and is not a joy to play, which computer games should be..... In fact we sold is game on E bay and managed to sell it for the price we paid.... Definitely put us off Sims full stop....
Summary: I love Sims, but the only good Sims games are for the PC. This game glitches a lot, and freezes. It would be better if you could play on the classic controller for the Wii, instead of the Wiimote and the Nunchuks. Makes it very difficult to play.