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MySims - Nintendo DS

by Electronic Arts See the Amazon Page for this brand
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews) 67 / 100

Price: $58.99
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Platform: Nintendo DS
  • 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-It’s a cinch to personalize your Sim’s appearance from head to toe with the Wii and DS controls. Unlock cool new clothing and accessories as you befriend the neighbors.
  • Design Your Own Stuff-Decorate with your very own furniture and accessories, then customize your creations with things you can grow, harvest, or discover around town.

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Product Details

Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000PE0HCM
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 5 x 0.8 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 18, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,625 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: Nintendo DS

Move to a town that has been struggling lately. With a little creativity and some help from the locals, you can make this place thrive. Improve the town to attract new characters, from the Italian Chef and Florist to the Kickboxing Instructor and DJ. Discover what the residents want and need so that you can help them enjoy life in their town. Design a hot tub or a jukebox from scratch, build homes and businesses from the roof to the front door. Uncover special decorations and patterns as you explore the growing town. From the furniture and objects to the buildings to the town as a whole, each of your creations is unique.


  • Move to a resort town and discover areas like the mountain, forest, port, entertainment district, and more
  • Unlock more of the world as new characters visit and move in
  • Create your own original patterns to make inspired clothing and furniture items

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68 of 72 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars My Sims: a mixed review-but still worth having November 20, 2007
Platform for Display:Nintendo DS
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
When I first heard of this game, I was very interested, after hearing it likened to Harvest Moon, Animal Crossing, and of course as part of the Sims game family. When I finally did get it, I had mixed feelings about it, still do, for that matter

1) It does say its a Sims game, but frankly the only similarity between the classic computer game and this is the spinning green diamond over the head of the player's character. The characters, both player and NPC, look like they stepped out of a Lego game...not that this is a bad thing, just unexpected when you are accustomed to the 'real thing'/the PC games. The main difference between the Lego people and those in this game is that My Sims has a very 'chibi' look to it, compared to the more realistic characters of other Sims games. They are cute, just startling in a Sims game.

2) The appearance and overall feel of the game would lead most adult buyers to believing this is a game intended for the preschool/grade school set. While a bright child of this age could play this, I believe it is directed more to a preteen on up to adult consumer. The premise of the game is not explained well in any of the ads or sites I have yet seen...the player's character comes to a resort area, presumably to live, and winds up catering to the whims and requests of an ever growing population of tourists in 6 different areas.

You must carry cake, flowers, and even jewelry to cheer up/placate irate, disappointed or heartbroken tourists. You do this by speaking to them, then offering the appropriate gift, then conversing with them by means of watching their reactions to your use of small emoticons at the bottom of the touch screen. Choose correctly, the tourist cheers up and gives you a hefty tip (your main source of income in this game).
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70 of 77 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good September 23, 2007
By Larry
Platform for Display:Nintendo DS
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Alrighty! First off, I have been wanting this game for MONTHS! (btw, I am using my dad's user name). I got it a few days ago. So far it's quite entertaining, I play it for like 2 hours each time I pick it up!

Oh, and this is from a 13 yr old GIRLS perspective.
let's make this simple:

+The mini games are pretty fun
+The graphics are HAPPY and CUTE and not to mention really good
+The music is wonderful and so are the sound effects
+Still has that same ol' Sims feel, you gave to make tourists "HAPPY"
+Seems like there's always something to do, like waiting for new supplies in a store or whatever
+You can change your hair with out paying for it (un-like ACWW)
+WAY MORE TO EXPLORE than in ACWW, like different areas such as the "forest" "port" and "town" ect. and there's a trolley system that runs through it all.

-The beginning kind a little. It's boring, but after a while it's great
-days go by really quickly, unlike Animal Crossing where it goes by your actual clock (this is good in ways too...)
-I don't think there are seasons, which makes me MAD, but who knows..and no picking random flowers, but you can plant some.
-Re-arranging s room is weird, but a lot better than Animal Crossing, you can actually put stuff AGIANST the wall.
-You can't visit other people's towns......I don't think.

*You can dig for fosils like on ACWW, but you just click on an area that is sparkling
*No upgrading houses, but you have to buy this one house...I don't want to give it away. :)
*THERE'S A CASINO, which I haven't done much in.
*there''s stupid, you pay 500 coins or whatever and all you do is dance and talk to tourists.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My 9 year old loves this game October 3, 2007
Platform for Display:Nintendo DS
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If you're considering this for your kid. Go for it. It will keep him/her busy for hours on end. You'll have to drag him back to the real world. My 15 year old is a Sims fanatic & couldn't help but give it a try (after the little one fell asleep late Saturday night). The teenager reported that it is a fantastic game, but probably best suited for the 12 & under crowd. She compared it to Animal Crossing & Harvest Moon - two games that she loved as a "kid"!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Is My Sims for you? (by Laura) December 27, 2007
Platform for Display:Nintendo DS
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
My Sims can be a fun game. Whether or not it's for you will depend on quite a few things, however. Anyone who doesn't like Animal Crossing had better leave now, because this game is practically the spitting image of it (save for the facts that it's simpler, and you're communicating with humanish sims instead of animals). Here are the cons and pros; read them carefully before you decide on this purchase.


1. I can see where the game has been geared for little kids. It's pretty basic and quite easy. If you're looking for a challenge that will make you pull your hair out, then I don't see you enjoying this game.

2. Can be repetitious. You may find one minigame you're good at, and play it over and over when you need money. That can be annoying. Also, you're normally stuck talking to tourists and moody shop owners, and sometimes they're aggravating.

3. The fishing system is flawed. The instructions teach you the controls, but nothing else. If you move the float, it plays music and I don't know why, or even how you use it; simply because it doesn't explain that part in the directions. If you are lucky enough to get a fish interested, then you still probably won't catch one. I tap on the float like mad trying to pull the fish up; but it usually takes too long, and I come up short. Bottom line is, Animal Crossing's fishing system is much better developed; and, unfortunately, fishing is a small part of My Sims.

4. I don't think the sim's speech was fully translated, but I'm not sure. After you finish cheering up people with the seven expressions (laugh, converse, listen, get angry, cry, encourage, and comfort) they talk in a language you can't understand for a short while.
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