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MySims (Nintendo DS)

Platform : Nintendo DS
95 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000RO35RE
  • Release Date: 20 Sept. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,623 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Transforming the traditional Sims gameplay for the Wii and Nintendo DS platforms, MySims moves the player to a delightful but disorganized town where thanks to the easy and unique controls they can re-shape everything and make it their own. The town is rundown, but the player can make it much more dynamic. Using a selection of building blocks, unique patterns and engaging creativity tools, players can design furniture and appliances, architect new homes and businesses, and re-define the entire My Sims landscape.

As players explore and build up the town, they will get to know dedicated, long-time residents like the always-busy Mayor Rosalyn P. Marshall and Buddy the mostly-lazy hotel Bellhop. Once things start to look up, they`ll meet and choose from a variety of colourful, would-be residents. Will they build a restaurant for Gino Delicioso the Italian Chef, or will they help Ocean Breeze set up his Yoga studio instead?

Design is everyone`s domain in MySims. From building a new Pizza Oven for Gino to putting the finishing touches on a new roof for Buddys busy hotel, each completed task will help the town grow. As it expands to new areas, players will receive special building blocks, decorations and patterns which help customize their unique creations. From furniture and buildings to the town as a whole, every choice informs how residents and visitors feel and behave.

 

  • Build and Customize an Entire Town - Your town is your own unique creation, from the flower shop to the mad scientist's laboratory and beyond.
  • Shape the Community - It's your call who lives there and who moves out! Who will you befriend? Who will you ignore?
  • Get to Know Your Town - Socialize with the locals and uncover all sorts of useful or surprising treasures hidden throughout the town.
  • Create Your Own Sim -

Amazon.co.uk Review

The Sims 2: Pets has already appeared on the Wii, but it was just a simple port of the PlayStation 2 version with little real use made of the Wii remote. This though is a complete reimagining of the whole The Sims concept made exclusively for Nintendo’s consoles. The concept is largely the same as always as you take control of the lives of your own fictional family in what’s a cross between a video game and an interactive version of Big Brother. The graphics have been completely revamped, moving away from the pseudo realism of the older games and using a much cuter, cartoon style that’s somewhere between Playmobil and Animal Crossing (they’re actually modelled after a Japanese toy line called Pinky Street).

Naturally the game makes full use of the Wii’s controls with the remote used to pick up, rotate and drop objects and buildings with refreshing ease, while the nunchuck is used simply to move around. This is all in the aid of making the game as customisable as possible, from the characters themselves to their homes and furniture. Previously The Sims games let you build your own house or swimming pool but here you can design your own fridge if you want or bed, sofa or any other item of furniture. This feeds into the concept of having to do up your house and turn your virtual ghost town into a thriving village full of oddball characters. With Animal Crossing still some way off this could be the next big casual game on the Wii.


Harrison Dent


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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Olivia marsh on 21 Feb. 2008
This game you will never get bored of it's great.
You are helping to run a town. Choose out of boy or girl decide their skin colour, hair and buy clothes for them at the shop.
Then you can buy stuff for your house.
Play loads of mini games like paragliding, skydiving, scubadiving and more.
Meet new people and help keep tourists happy.
This game is great for all ages.
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86 of 88 people found the following review helpful By bethanyw on 12 Nov. 2007
MySims is a really good sim game where you create your own little sim and move into a town where you help out and in the end make it a tourist filled place full of shops.
You get loads of clothes to buy and choose from, do mini-games to earn the money and have your house to buy furniture for.
Very fun to play, even for people who don't particularly like The Sims as there are a lot of mini games to play like making flower necklace things for the florist in town, paragliding, sky diving, dowsing, racquetball and much more! You meet lots of different people in the game along the way to making the town a better, funner place. I would totally recommend it!

Disadvantages: When the game ends there is nothing to do really, like you have no goals left so all you can really do is walk around town all day.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By pixy95 on 16 Oct. 2007
I cant stop playing this game, I got to name my own town and go around playing, meeting new people and doing nice deeds for residents of the town. For this you get money which allows you to buy clothes (great for girls) furniture for your house and items to make the town look good.
For instant I met a character and I did some fishing, I caught a barracuda...Wicked. In return the man paid me.

Its addictive and great for all ages boy or girl.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Aisha Bell on 2 Nov. 2007
This game only as one word to describe it. Brilliant. This game is jam-packed with endless fun. Its got a wide selection of clothes, hair styles, colors. You can choose from skirts, dresses, bikinis, tops, belly tops and jeans. Its really good. You can also decorate your house with really nice furniture. I brought a mansion of this rich Sim called Elizabeth. I done that up too. Its a 3-bedroomed house. I made a kitchen, bedroom and living room. Theres also a bus or known to the game as a trolley service. Thats a really big help because the size of the town. Gosh! Its fun decorating places like the Highlands and Forest. The shopkeepers also update there shops every day or so. This game is 10/10. I recommend it to any Sims fan. This game is one of the greatest games invented. Thanks EA and Nintendo. I really love it. I`m gonna go play it now in fact :)
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By L. Seymour on 28 Dec. 2007
When i first got this game for christmas i thought i would be bored with it within a couple of hours! But i cant put it down! There are so many mini games to play while also playing the main game! and im still unlocking mini games.This is a must for any age group, the graphics are good for a DS and very colourful!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Cool Family on 31 Oct. 2010
I got My Sims DS for my birthday last year. It's good and realistic, although the characters are more cartoon-looking than real people. There are plenty of activities like fishing, paragliding, playing raquetball at the park and lots more. You can buy cakes at the bakery, buy furniture to decorate your house, dance at night in the town hall, talk to tourists and give them gifts, ride the boat to the island, ride the trolley bus to a different area and just generally explore the lush green fields and tall, tall mountains of this virtual world. The Sims' Land started off as a crowded, beautiful place that held the record for most holidaymakers, but then the mayor started losing money and gradually the tourists left. Now it's a deserted town with no visitors, so fix the place up and make it thrive!

At first the local residents seem a bit wary of you, but gradually they get to know you and they might even share their secrets with you! The only disadvantage of this game is how one day works, as it is not realtime, so early morning=about 6 mins, afternoon=about 4 mins, evening=about 5 mins and night=about 8 mins or as long as you sleep in the game. The later you go to bed, the later you wake up-this gets quite frustrating! Also you can choose from nap, light sleep, sleep and deep sleep and this affects when you wake up as well.

I would recommend this game more than The Sims 2 DS(which I also have), although it is not 3d like The Sims 2 is it is more fun.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Charly Dunning on 13 Jan. 2011
Think of My Sims as Sims for younger children. You have the ability to create your own sim (one sim per game unfortunately) which helps it's new town to become a popular tourist destination. You do this by helping out Helen the Mayor and the shopkeepers around the island. As you progress you unlock places such as the Casino, Club and Bakery. And if you do really well, you can even purchase your own mansion!

I've not yet finished the game due to losing my DS for a considerable length of time, but now I have retrieved it I'm looking forward to continuing with the game.

Beware of saving up too much money, I got 1 million and suddenly all my money disappeared and I had nothing. So try and spend your money!

EA could improve the game by including Tips and Tricks, more interactive features, longer days and the ability to get married to a sim inside the game!

But I would recommend it to anyone under the age of 13.
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