MySims promises to take players into a brand new Nintendo-inspired world where the Sims can interact in inventive ways.
As expected, the character customization options are there, more in depth than ever before. A number of styles and accessories are available to your Sim at creation.
The start of the game sees you moving into a dead-end town which needs a lot of work to get it moving again.
Executive Producer Tim LeTourneau commented:"We want MySims to provide a creative play experience like never before on a video game system. By giving players the tools to create literally any kind of world they want, we're reinforcing the idea that the players create the magic. Will the town support a plethora of spooky, mysterious townsfolk? or buzz with the laughter and smiles of fun-loving Sims? It's your call. In MySims, what players make - makes all the difference".
The cartoon style graphics have received mixed reactions from hardcore Sims fans (is that an oxymoron?), it may be a case of love it or hate it for many.
Personally, up until now I've more enjoyed the handheld Sims titles like "Bustin' Out" (GBA) and "Urbz" (DS) which are more goal-oriented, rather than open-ended.
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