Submitted by Cyrus365 2047d ago | review

GameFocus: MySims Agents Review

GameFocus writes: "To some, the MySims franchise has been a surprise hit with more than a handful of very different games. They've have taken you to various locales and placed you in different situations with some interesting results. The latest game in the series, entitled MySims Agents gives you the opportunity to take your created Sim and put them in an adventure that mirrors a James Bond book and movie or the television series CSI."

Pros

+ Fantastic game for children 12 and younger
+ Feels a lot like James Bond, Indiana Jones and CSI mixed together
+ Good story
+ Deep campaign (took a grown man just under 10 hours to complete)
+ Great Mini-games

Cons

- Extremely repetitive mission structures
- Walk-through feels too much like a crutch
- Weak "ending" (MySims Agents, Wii) 7.5/10

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