Summary: If you are looking for a suitable alternative to The Sims, look elsewhere! Sims-style games should be open-ended, with no real "point" other than simulation of life. This game is basically an RPG in sims' clothing - you are assigned tasks (read: quests) by various members of the town, with the...
Summary: Take the worst parts of a Sims game (repetition, moving towards far-reaching goals that provide little reward once you reach them) and the worst parts of Animal Crossing (superficial characters and rote, boring "fetch me this item" errands to make them like you; your main character has no needs to...
Summary: This game has no depth. If you thought it was going to be like The Sims, forget it. Its got limited progression and can be completed in a day or less. I was not impressed. Probably better for any children under the age of 8. Would not recommend otherwise.
Summary: I was quite excited to find a Sims game for the Wii, after loving playing Sims on the PC. I think my expectations were far too high though. There just didn't seem to be enough to do - and not enough customisation available for the things you could do.
Lady Michelle Harrison "CJ Harrison", amazon.co.uk
21 October 2008
Summary: MySims (Wii) Very easy game to play. The characters are cartoon type. Takes a while to load between each level. When you have completed the game, the next time is can be different if you move in different characters. I completed in 48 hours and sold it on.
Summary: Ok, this game looks goods right??? It is, at first........... Although it gets so tiresome after a few hours. Seriously though dont waste your money. Buy something that lasts- like the original sims..........
not what I expected - more for young children not teens
19 February 2008
Summary: Well this game was supposed to be a sims game with mix of animal crossing and harvest moon. There is quite a bit of animal crossing such as the running around doing task for people, but not a lot of harvest moon which I love.