gamers (83%) found this review helpful
This game is a line up of all the Sim's that came out. It's a Easier game to play. I would have to say Sim's meet Lego's. Your Kids will love this game. Your kid's will play it like when you gave them there first box of Lego's. Not say its a kiddie game. But if I put a pile of Lego's in front of you, you can't tell me you would not start putting the bricks together to make something. It fun, it has a good feel to it. You have some fun missions to do. If you like the Sim's. I think you will like to play this game.
Pro's: Easy to play. nice game play. nice controls. well put together game.
Con's: Its a Water down Sims. no WIFI. no Multi-player mode.
All in all: It's a fun little game that you and your Kids will love. this one might be a keeper in your household. but if you looking for Detail or complex. This is not the game your searching for. For a little cookie cutter game it's cover with a frosting that will make you pour a big glass of milk and slide the tray of cookies closer to you.
gamers (85%) found this review helpful
I really enjoyed the easy going game play of My Sims. It's very similar to Animal Crossing for the Game Cube but with a Sims twist.
Your basic goals are to complete building tasks for members in the town. You gather the required "essence" to apply to the furniture you build and deliver them to the appropriate townie. The reward to building items is your towns star rating and once high enough new areas are unlocked.
I totally got lost in the game play and really enjoyed being a task master. I found that building the furniture was tricky at first, but once I figured out that part you could really go wild with your own flairs and designs. I am a fairly impatient person and hated having to travel all over the map to search and search for the appropriate essence.
MySims -- It's what you would expect: for children
posted by Hoodsie (COLORADO SPRINGS, CO) Feb 22, 2008
Member since Dec 2007
gamers (86%) found this review helpful
What do you get when you mix Sims 2 and Animal Crossing? MySims! This game was actually more entertaining then I thought it would be. My little brother played it at a friend's house and said it "was the coolest thing ever". So I played it and got what I expected: medeokre gameplay. The controls were excellent, and you were able to do an unlimited amount of creating. You even got to remodel others' houses and build things for them while redecorating their home. The workshop feature was fun for a long time. I loved the different designs you could pick up and put onto your furniture, but that was about all you could do. Interacting with the Sims themselves was pretty boring. The Chef would run around shouting: "My pizza iz the best in town!" When you just wanted to ask how life was. I lost intrest in the game after you couldn't have a decent conversation with any of the characters and I realized there was nothing more to the game than just doing favors for others. That's pretty lame, but overall, I liked the graphics, controls, and soundtrack. This game earned about a 5 with me and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone older than 10, but hey, your five year old little brothers and sisters would love this game. So check it out just for them.