The Sims 2Game Boy Advance
Nintendo PowerThe playing experience is enjoyable, just different from what you might expect if your concept of Sims games is PC-based. [Jan 2006, p.112]
It should be noted that this is an entirely different game from what you'll find on the console or PC, so those expecting this to be a mere portable version of the classic Sims gameplay may be disappointed. If you can get past that hurdle though, you should find that this version has plenty of content to keep you occupied for hours on end.
Awards & Rankings
Generally favorable reviews- based on 6 Ratings
BeckaD.Jun 26, 2006it is so awesome you will spend hours solving mysteries!
RyanB.Nov 6, 2005A nice effort to improve on last year's Sims: Bustin' Out, The Sims 2 falls flat when the game strays too far from it's source A nice effort to improve on last year's Sims: Bustin' Out, The Sims 2 falls flat when the game strays too far from it's source material and weakens some of the factors that strengthened Bustin' Out. The game is less "The Sims", now, and more "Grand Theft Auto: Child Safe Edition". Some nice ideas in this one are squandered because they're attached to something that is only "The Sims" in name alone. For example: Rather than a detailed listing of the emotional range of your Sim (showing you when he needs to shower, go to the bathroom, etc.), the only indicator you get now is when a dialog bubble appears over your Sim's head with a certain need; the worst part about this is it is random - less than 30 seconds after my Sim had lunch, an icon appeared above his head claiming he was dying of thirst despite consuming 2 sodas prior. Ah well, there's always next year...… Full Review »