Summary: I LOVE SIMS!!! My Sims is a very fun game. It involvs going out to create your own town. You can decide what to build, who can live there, and design your own houses, based on there personalities, you even get to design your house and build shop.
Summary: It's cute. There's not really a story line or an objective. You basically get to rebuild this town. You have to look for "essesnces" like apples or something and that helps you build stuff (dont ask I dont get it) Game is easy to play but a little borining.
Summary: If you are not the type of person who is obsessed with creating your own perfect creations and utilizing them in your game, I do not suggest this game. If you are a Sims fan, you will be disappointed. There are little interaction options with other characters in the game.
Summary: I really tried to like the game, my 6 year old likes the workshop and building/decorating of your house. It lacks the charm of Animal Crossing (you gotta love Tom Nook!), and the constant loading is a annoying, but we'll play it a bit more before my final verdict.
Summary: While I thought MySims was overall a fun game, it was relatively short. Going from a 1 star town to a 5 star town took very little time and effort, in effect ending the game. However, the game still continues.
Summary: I purchased this as a birthday gift for my daughter, she turned 10. She enjoyed playing the game for about a week then said, "It's boring". She hasn't played it since. Just thought I'd share with others who might want to purchase this game.
Summary: My Sims is a promising installment in the sim genre, and a serious contender with mainstays like Animal Crossing and Harvest Moon. It is not a game for your "Mii"s, or a cute-ified version of The Sims, but a concept to itself.