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  • Summary: Live the glamorous life you have always wanted in this groundbreaking social simulation game. Create a new you in the colorful backdrop of Miami, where your ultimate goal is to become a rich and famous model, singer or actress. Freedom has no limits, so prepare yourself for a star-studded, thrilling adventure filled with night clubs, yachts and beaches. Prove you’ve got what it takes to make your dreams come true! Miami Nights: Singles in the City offers tremendous advances and new features over and beyond any social simulation game available on Nintendo DS. You will benefit from an unprecedented freedom of action, massive customization options, and longer multiple-goal scenarios. As in reality, life choices will transform your character into a unique, progressive individual, ultimately helping you reach your goal of becoming a star. [Ubisoft] Expand
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  1. Of course, if eye candy, implied promiscuity, and becoming a rock star do happen to be your cup of tea, you'll certainly find Miami Nights much more engaging than the typical social sim.
  2. A fun diversion, or guilty pleasure that doesn’t have any substance is the best way to discribe Gamelofts version of single life in Miami.
  3. Miami Nights might have made a splash on mobile, but it cannonballs Nintendo DS with poor controls and a general lack of fun.
  4. All of the things that The Sims is, Miami Nights: Singles in the City just isn't. It is repetitive and boring, and just can't deliver in the way that fans of sim-style gameplay could appreciate. Plus the characters are a little too creepy for my tastes.
  5. Miami Nights simply isn't fun. It's highly repetitive, as the entire game is "get money, spend money." Character interactions don't feel realistic in any regard.
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    We're glad that this Teen-rated game didn't go so far as to completely teach minors how to become prostitutes. They pull a MacGyver and leave out the last crucial step.
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