GameSpot: MySims Kingdom Hands-On

In an attempt to bring the popular series The Sims to the console and make it more accessible, Electronic Arts took out such mundane tasks as tending to hygiene and eating. It then introduced MySims, which is more focused on creating and building. The overall look changed as well; it's more colorful and vibrant. You also have a cast of adorable, short, block-headed characters with cute anime-like expressions. This new MySims formula for the Wii and Nintendo DS was met with much success, having sold more than 2.8 million copies worldwide. From the makers of MySims comes MySims Kingdom, a new world with multiple islands to visit, as well as an assortment of people to interact with and help.

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