Summary: I love the "sims" games. I've played the games on multiple consoles, and I love them all. I have to admit, though, I didn't like this game that much. The story is slightly fun, but the gameplay is very annoying. Story-You were on a ship, and the weather got bad and tossed you overboard.
Summary: I like this game, but it is really only good for one person to play at a time. You have to make your way through the challenges and remember where you found items. There is not an option for another player to have a game going to save their own progress.
Summary: Pros: Interesting storyline Variety of objectives New maps and hidden areas to discover Moderately challenging puzzles to solve Different patterns to collect and craft Traditional Sim "motives" to keep a sim happy Make your own home Cons: Clunky controls and interface Bugs still present in published...
Teahouse Fox "...and this is my favorite store on the Internet!", Amazon
30 August 2008
Summary: I think that having played on the PC, I was not the target audience for this game. The title has very little at all to do with the actual Sims 2 game, and comes away as a highly stylized version of the popular game whose name Castaway borrows. Unfortunately, it misses the boat.
Summary: I am one of the biggest Sims 2 fanatics you will find, but I thought this game was just horrid. I play the Sims 2 when I want to relax and wind down a little; it's a very soft-core game and a nice little play when it's on the PC. The key phrase there was PC.