NZGamer: MySims Review

NZGamer writes: "About a year ago I wrote a review for MySims on the DS. It was a cute game, but compared to what I'd read about the version available on the Wii, as well as the complexity of Animal Crossing Wild World, MySims on the DS was just way too light. I'm pleased to say I've been given the chance to make amends for the above review, with the new release of MySims for PC gamers. And as I hoped, it is a much, much better game.

More Harvest Moon than The Sims, MySims puts you again in the shoes of a cute, blocky character, whose job is to help rebuild a village that has fallen into disrepair. Your character takes on this handyman role, by means of a workshop where you can get to work, and various blueprints for item designs that you find around the place. Initially, there are only one or two folk around town, so it's pretty easy to keep up with their desires ("I'd really love a table"), but once you invite a few more people to move in, their requests get somewhat more complicated ("I need three video arcades, one with spiders, one with action heroes and one with video game essences!")."

The story is too old to be commented.