- The Sims 2: Castaway
A complete guide to The Sims 3, covers getting started and finding your way around Sunset Valley, an in-depth look at careers, relationships and the online community of The Sims. Plus instructions on how to go about adding mods to your game.
Illustrated with videos and screenshots.
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I think this is a great game for kids who are not quite ready for the real Sims, but older people can still enjoy it! I see nothing wrong with this game. It is very challenging but I for one like that it is challenging! Bravo EA bravo! (I also am a HUGE fan of EA's)
The graphics weren't that good. I was not really expecting much though. But I guess it's better than having extra high graphics and it just like crashing or something. But at least they were reasonable. Well to tell you the truth it annoyed me a little bit.
The sound was great! But like the grapics the night sounds annoyed me a little bit. But let's think of it this way, they were so great that they annoyed me. (That sounds a bit weird but you know what I meant.) So yeah, the sound was pretty good, all the Sims game's sound sounded good!
Yes, the gameplay was AMAZING!!! This is the best Nintendo game yet! Every EA and Sims fan will absouloutly love this game! I certainly liked it, I hope anybody else who played/plays likes/liked it. I even think if you have never heard of EA you will love this game!
It lasts pretty long, mine has never crashed or turned off or anything like that. So it's very durable, like most games EA makes. I have to thank EA and Nintendo here. It's a durable durabled durable durable game. But I wouldn't say it would last a life time though.
Overall this game was VERY VERY VERY good! But if you add up some of the problems it gets an 8 out of 10. I don't really mind most of the problems, and it's true that they don't have very many. BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO!!!!!!