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The Sims: Bustin' Out (Xbox)
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- Create a character and play through over a dozen unlockable levels
- Explore new locations in your car or scooter
- Unlock 100 new objects and social moves
- Several new careers including gangster and mad scientist
- For 1 or 2 players
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- Platform: Xbox
- PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
- Media: Video Game
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The Sims are making a big return to the console and this time they are bustin' out of the house and exploring all-new locations around town. In The Sims Bustin' Out your sims have the opportunity to leave the confines of their neighbourhood; you travel seamlessly around town in your new scooter or car to play, work and socialise. You can visit, explore or live in new locations such as Club Rubb, the hip dance venue, or venture to the Love Shack. Additional locations include Shiny Things Lab, Art Gallery, Gymnasium and "Family" Diner.
Like the previous console versions of The Sims you create a character and play through over a dozen all-new unlockable levels. There are 10 new career paths to choose from including Mobster, Athlete, Mad Scientist and Fashion Victim that will take you through multiple ways to play and win the game.
There are over 100 new objects and social moves: console exclusive objects include the Laser Light Show, DJ Booth, Climbing Wall and High Dive. You can also unlock hidden, appearance-enhancing accessories such as tattoos, do-rags and piercings. And if you want to up the stakes in your sims social interaction you can French kiss, towel snap, and Moon walk your way to social superiority.
You can then try out these new moves on the 40 New Characters such as Bing Bling, the party animal and Goldie Toane, the workout queen, who also double as key sources to unlocking locations, objects, social interactions and winning the game.
Additionally, you can play two-player throughout the entire game with or against your friends. The Sims Bustin' Out also features new integrated two-player gameplay and memory card support, for those players who like to take their Sims over to a friend's house and show them off.
"Doesn't just chuck in better graphics and new furniture--it's different enough to reignite waning interest." -- GamesMaster Magazine
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So here we have a second installment of the people simulator on the XBOX. First off, this is better than The Sims in everyway.
Not that the first game was bad, no, it's just that, well once you've played this one, you probably be a little miffed that there is so much missing from number one and you'll end up thinking "why couldn't they have done that in the first game?"
So, what's new? Well as the title suggests, this time the sims are not confined to their homes. Oh no, they can actually go and visit relatives, girlfriends/boyfriends you can even go to their place of work (but since my sim could only get a job cleaning toilets at the local army base, I wasn't exactly thrilled to accompany him to his nine to five!). This gives the whole game a much more open ended feel. The loading times to get to these locations are horrendous though.
Graphically it's much the same but have a lot of new objects to toy with and the create a sim has been spruced up a lot.
All in all, if you own the first game, think twice. But if you've never played the sims before, this game is definately one to look for.
The graphics were supposed to be good but it graphics were the same as the orignal and didnt push the console to its limits.If you are a fan of sim games this is for you but if you are a newcomer its a simulation game that can get repetitive.
I played this for a week first it was great lots of goals and stuff then got boring because of the same gameplay move into a house do it up and do missions it got really boring after the week since i had played it a while and it was kinda the same stuff.
I reccomed this to all sim fans and simulation lovers(not those who hate real life)
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The Sims series has a lot better games to offer.