The Sims Bustin' Out for Gameboy Advance
Kidzworld has a video game review of EA's The Sims Bustin' Out for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance video game system!
The Sims Bustin' Out: Virtual FactsBustin' Out is different from the rest of the Sims games. First off, you only get to control one Sim, rather than an entire family. Also, your Sims' jobs are mini-games that you play to earn simoleons. You also have total control over your Sim, like he's a regular video game character.
The Sims Bustin' Out: Game HighlightsThe game is all about starting from scratch, making friends with all the other Sims, getting cool stuff and more. The best thing about the game is that there's so much to do - you can run around town all day long, chattin' with peeps, working different jobs, achieving goals and having fun. You can even interact with a friend's game if you have a link cable.
The Sims Bustin' Out BummersIt's not all awesome though, cuz the action level in the game is pretty low. If you want to dodge alien lasers and save the world, this isn't the game for you.
The Sims Bustin' Out: Final GradeThe crazy video game geeks at EA filled The Sims Bustin' Out with a ton of fun. Anyone who likes the Sims games is gonna love it and everyone else should give it a try!
The Sims Bustin' Out Age Rating: Everyone.
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I think this is brillant.
Kidz Submit by:Nickname: angelica12345
I think that The Sims are addictive and fun, but on GBA it is boring and limited. I give it a 1 rating, because there is nothing lower.
Kidz Submit by:Nickname: TraptInAParadox
The Sims for PC is an awsome game, and so is The Sims for GBA! It has the best graphics, sound, and music I have ever seen/heard on GBA! Fun for the whole family!
Kidz Submit by:Nickname: NeetZee