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The Sims Bustin' Out - Xbox

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  • Play, work, and socialize with over 25 new outrageous characters
  • Discover 20 new locations and try your hand at 8 new careers
  • More than 150 unique objects to collect, and in-game auctions to trade or collect with friends

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Product Description

Platform: Xbox

The insanely popular The Sims series is back on the consoles in a huge way! Over one hundred unlockable items and social moves, only available on the console, await your Sim's unique lifestyle. Choose from a dozen new careers and take your Sim out on the town to meet over 25 outrageous new friends. Two-player ability allows for you and a friend to Sim as friends or enemies. Dive into The Sims Bustin' Out, and live life with your wildest imagination!

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Platform:Xbox
ASIN B0000ARQN0
Release date December 16, 2003
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4.0 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #18,569 in videogames
#274 in Video Games > More Systems > Xbox > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
Media: Video Game
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A Kid's Review on April 24, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox
First of all I think the fact you can move from house to house makes it alot more fun than The Sims. This game entertains you as well as teaches you a bit of reality, such as getting a job, or keeping the house clean. I think you sould be at least 10 & up to play this game because some sims kiss each other and sometimes, not something you ant to show to a young child. During this game you have to try to keep your motives up, get promoted, make friends, move out, and take over Malcom's mansion all in a days work. I own both The Sims and The Sims Bustin' Out, and The Sims Bustin' Out is much more fun. I highly recommend this game. You get lot's of fun for only a little price!
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This is the best game ever (other than Halo)!!! I spent hours playing ths game. It will keep you entertained forever. Unlike other games, once you beat this, you can play free mode, or keep playing in Bustin Out mode. You will never want to put this game down!
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A Kid's Review on November 25, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox
Really is a great game. Through out the game you build up your skills, unlock items, social skills, and money. There are a variety of houses, and not one of them boring. There is two parts to this game--bust out and freeplay. Under the sim number which you created your account(Sim 1, Sim 2, Sim 3 ect.) you can go into free play a build a house and family and use all the things that you unlocked. You can spend hours taking a default house (in bustin out)tear it down, and build one that suits you. Buy this game! Its very cheap and you will be pleased
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I have to say - I got the first Sims out on the Xbox a while ago and was not all that fussed on it - I only played it for about 20 min before I got frustrated with it cause I didn't understand what I had to do. I got out Bustin Out and that was the end of it - I ammm sooo addicted - I found myself rushing home from chores I had to do so my Sim could clean up or go to her job (how sad am I). It made an otherwise boring weekend entertaining.
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This game is great! There are so many options to customize your home and items to buy for it. I love being able to add swimming pools, hot tubs, and game tables. I also like the fact that you can create a whole family including children sims unlike Sims 2 where you cannot create children sims therefore no complete family. It's so cool though to create and build your own home and furnish it like your fantasy home. My wife loves to design homes so she created one and as best as possible created herself and me in the game as sim characters as well as created a little girl of which we one day hope to have for real. It's just plain ol good fun. And very addicting. It's so very easy to lose track of time while playing. I highly recommend this title.
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By A Customer on January 17, 2004
Platform for Display: Xbox
This game is fun to play and watch! It is a step up from the first Sims and the extra options are great. You can work your way up in a career, find a new job and go back to your other career without losing your position. I like the different challenges in the different houses, it gives something extra to the game other than going to work and skill building. I havent' even played on the free play option yet. This game will be played for a long time to come. I have reccommended to several friends who are just as happy with it as I am. I great change from all the violent games out there!
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The first time I ever saw the Sims I thought it would be interesting, it is, but it is also cool! You get to design and name your own Sim and do make sure they do what they need to do. These jobs include going to the bathroom, eating, having fun, taking a bath, or just to sleep. You have to find a job and have to make a profit. This game is 1-2 player so you can have a friend over to play it with you.

Here are the GOOD THINGS about the Sims, Bustin' Out:

The theme- What's good about the theme is that you are taking control of a person. What he/she does, looks, and works at.

The people- Once a while you have to live with you mom, sometimes you live with a roommate called Mimi. Wherever you are, you are talking to the person that you live with, or you talk to them on the phone. Another reason why the people are good is because they are just hilarious. They are funny in their own special way.

The BAD THINGS for the Sims: Bustin' Out:

It's not for kids- If you notice at the cover, the game is rated teen, and it really is teen. When they go to the bathroom, they will block it, but still, you can see them going to the bathroom and taking a bath.

The controls- As I have said before, you can control how the person lives. But, sometimes it is very difficult. You have to highlight things just to make that person do it. It might come easy to some people, but it was hard for me.

The Sims: Bustin' Out is worth buying for $20. It is fun for most people and I am glad I bought it.
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I think this is an awesome game! This was actually the first Sims game I have ever played, and from the moment I turned it on I was hooked. I have to admit, I was a little skeptical about playing a game where all you do is eat, sleep, talk, go to work, etc, but as soon as I started playing I couldn't manage to tear myself away. The graphics are well done, you get to visit many different places, and there are many interesting characters to interact with. I do wish that they had bigger outfit selections, and more options and ways to "detail" or "create" your sim, though. And for some reason, right when I was about to beat the game there was some sort of glitch that wouldn't let me finish it, but other than those two things I had a lot of fun playing, and have played it more than once. Great fun!
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