Summary: This game isnt hard, its just too fast. I got it because I thought it would be fun and easier than the original Sim games, but its more frustrating than anything. The object is to play these mini-games and score the highest. No matter how hard you shake, wiggle, or push what you are supposed to on the controller, you can never keep up. I was to the point where I was like WTF? My daughter is 7 and she hates the game too.
Summary: Someone in my family was looking to add another wii game. She was meaning to get mario cart but she couldnt find it. She got this stupid game instead. All you can do is play these boring mini games. It takes forever to make the character. The options are stupid. Worst game we have.
Summary: My kids, 9 and 7, didn't find much to interest them here. The screens require LOTS of reading which is hard for early readers, and the controls are terrible. Controls make annoying games, and require many clicks to work. The directions are also poorly translated into English, leading to frustration. The directions for the mini-games are poorly written, and combined with the terrible controls, kids find that they are unable to complete the games and enjoy them.
Summary: Consider this game an Excercise in Frustration. Awful controls make for nearly impossible tasks (not good for 5-7 year olds) I find it interesting that this game might only appeal to the very young < 5 and yet the game requires lots of READING? So the parents get dragged in to help out and the game is torture for adults. Mind numbingly boring and complete frustration on impossible tasks.
Summary: Uninspired game play, poor controls and unimaginative mini-games about sums up this title. If you've played any of the other party games out there then My Sims Party will seem basic at best. My 5 and 7 year old boys played this game for 10 minutes before turning it off. The controls feel as if your playing in mud, controller input is often missed, making some of the mini-games an exercise in frustration.