Summary: Simply put...fun game for my 8 year old...who had it finished in less than 2 weeks. A big downer compared to MySims Kingdom. Wait until you can get it cheap to be worth your while...because after the missions are over, it's a bore.
Summary: This game is ok, but there isn't enough action. There is a LOT of story line, which wouldn't be so bad if there was a voice recording. My 9 year old nephew doesn't like to play it very much because of all the reading.
Summary: This game is enjoyable for kids of all ages - the storyline and controls are simple enough for younger players, but the puzzles are tricky enough even for older players. The dialogue is also well-written and entertaining.
Summary: My son solved the "cases" fairly quickly and explained that once he did, he didn't have much interest in playing it again. It was inexpensive, so no biggie - but it definitely lacks the long-term fun that he has with some of the other My Sims games (particularly the games that involve more building...
Summary: The game was fun and definitely entertaining. It's aimed right at middle school age kids. My only problem with the game is that it promised to provide hours of enjoyment, but once you finish the main story line, all you have left to do is decorate the headquarters.
Will be fun for some, others will be put off by the lack of action
1 January 2010
Summary: There's just something about the Sims games that make them incredibly addicting. While I got this as a Christmas present from a sister who wasn't aware that the MySims games were aimed predominantly at younger players, I have to admit that I'm really loving the MySims games so far.
Summary: I DO like this game for young players. But what anyone has failed to mention is that the game has no spoken parts. At least not in English. It's all subtitle reading. And for a 6 year old who hasn't mastered reading yet, it falls on someone else to do the honors.
My Sims Agents is fun but hard for a 7 and 10 year old.
Elizabeth Moore, Amazon
30 December 2009
Summary: My Sims Agents is fun but hard for a 7 and a 10 year old boy. There is a lot of reading required to get clues and the clues are sometimes difficult to figure out. The game only allows one player at a time and my grandsons enjoy games that they can actively play together.