MySims Agents Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
MySims Agents Reviews9
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|Cubed3||8/10||Oct 12 '09|
|Digital Chumps||8.0/10||Sep 29 '09|
|GameSpot||7.5/10||Sep 30 '09|
|IGN Wii||7.8/10||Sep 25 '09|
|1UP||C+||Sep 30 '09|
|Games Radar||8/10||Oct 01 '09|
|Kombo Wii||7.5/10||Oct 19 '09|
|Nintendo The Official Magazine||80%||Sep 25 '09|
|Wonderwall||8.5/10||Oct 02 '09|
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MySims Agents Previews
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|GameSpot||Sep 09 '09|
|GameZone||May 11 '09|
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"So, the latest MySims game. It’s part adventure, part platformer, part puzzler and part Sim-tastic create-’em-up. There’s variety in spades, a great story with an amusing script and snazzy visuals to boot. Of the three main MySims games, this is easily the most story-orientated. Although you can potter about the levels as you please, providing you’ve unlocked them, the story itself is fairly linear. ..."
"Given the mainstream appeal of both the original Sims franchise and the Wii, something like the MySims series was probably inevitable. Unfortunately, previous attempts at taking the social interactions, decorating skills, and character customization that made the original so compelling and simplifying them for the Wii have met with only middling success. That's what makes MySims Agents such a pleasant surprise. MySims Agents makes significant changes to the series gameplay and attempts to move beyond the shackles of its connection to the original Sims. While the resulting game isn't completely successful at establishing its own identity, MySims Agents offers plenty of family-friendly fun in the tale of a superagent on the rise in the blocky world of The Sims. "
"We use our detective skills to foil the sinister plans of the nefarious Morcubus. "
"As with all MySims projects, you begin your adventures by creating your character. Sadly, any Sim you designed in MySims, Kingdom, Party or Racing cannot be carried over to Agents, which is too bad. I suppose I understand why, though, since part of Agents' appeal is that you will inevitably unlock new gear and clothes for your character -- thus, if you began your quest with your optimum avatar, those incentives would be rendered moot. The Sims creator is identical to the other games and very basic -- just point, click and cycle between geometry and texture sets until you've designed your perfect Sim. It's very accessible and speedy, pushing you forward into the adventure itself, which is good fun. "
"One glass of lemonade, shaken not stirred. EA is dangerously close to "milking a cash cow" territory here. It's only been around two years since the original MySims was released in the UK and already we've had MySims Kingdoms, MySims Party, MySims Racing and now this, MySims Agents. So why haven't a lot of people been calling EA out on it? Because, Party aside, these games are fun. Click here to read the full article"
- after ending (spoiler) 
- HELP!!!! 
- analyzing plants 
- Introduce Yourselves! 
- sims agents 
- getting to the top of the bookshelf 
- Easy 
- It won't let me break the Jam on the table 
- peices for sub computer at the beach 
- How do I fix the clock in the crystle room 
- tv and black ninja 
- Cut from game