My Sims for the Wii Console
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  • And the My Sims for the Wii Console is another version I guess you could say, that is more kid friendly with fun missions that gamers get to experience with fun characters and free roaming across the wide world of the Sims

    • by Susanna Frank
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      The Sims is a computer game that many know and love. And the My Sims for the Wii Console is another version I guess you could say, that is more kid friendly with fun missions that gamers get to experience with fun characters and free roaming across the wide world of the Sims.

      In this game, the gamer gets to create their own Sims character either being a boy or a girl and decide their name. They get to decide the hair style,


      the eye shape and color, the skin color, the voice range, and the clothes before they send them out into the Sims world. The graphics of the Sims character the gamer creates, as well as the world and other characters that the character interacts with is very cute and cartoonlike though it is in a two dimensional animation type of graphic that is very appealing to the eye.

      Once the gamer creates the character, they can go out into the world of the ...


      • Sims, which is not doing so well coincidentally upon the character’s arrival. The character then meets with the Mayor of the Sims town and is informed that the Sims world needs some serious help. Houses are knocked down and need repairing and the Sims that live around the Town are in serious need of your help. The gamer then has to repair the houses, unlock new wall papers, windows, furniture and much more so that they can expand the Sims Town and
        bring more Sims to the Town to live.

        This game is a very fun and entertaining game that is innocent and perfect for a variety of age group. It is innocent enough to appeal to the younger audience, and yet challenging enough with the different challenges of building houses and pizza parlors and many other buildings to appeal to an older audience. This product can be found at Wal-Mart, GameStop, or by searching around the internet for it. It sells for about $12.




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