The Sims Online User Reviews
-An online version to the Sims!
-The ultimate Sims 1 version game!
-Has most features from all Sims 1 games and expansion packs.
-Option of increasing lot size.
-An option of Private Messaging other Sims Online Players.
-Can create online shops, casinos, clubs, love houses, and more!
-Group Skilling credit!
-Online Trading with others.
-New Sims Online only objects, never before seen in any of the previous games.
-Not enough current updates.
-Limited to only three Sims.
-Houses can only get to two stories tall at the max.
-Skilling become recklessly hard as time goes on.
-Not enough moderators to look over the Sims Online, the cities, and players.
-$10 Fee to play, for each month.
The Sims Online was released in North America on December 17, 2002. It was one of the very first Sims games for me to play. I was so overjoyed to figure out that it wouldnï¿½t just be me playing the game but other players from all around the world would be too. As I became more adjusted to the gameï¿½s many features I soon began to notice that the game itself felt like an ultimate package to the Sims 1 games. Having only played a few of these previous games but also having heard about the others from friends, I soon realized that not only was the game online but it had most features from th...
You meet a lot of people and really life likeThe bad:
Somewhat a lot of spamming (depends on which city you live in), too easy to make money, and it is really hard to be in the top 15 houses of TSO. A lot of competingSummary:
This game is really addicting and fun, i play it everyday. It is similiar, actually very similiar to a persons life..except that you make money by selling boards, potions,pizza, maze, ect. . There is quite a lot of people that play and if your the person that likes to meet new people this is the game for you. The main point of the game is meeting new freinds and also making your house one of the best houses. There are casinos, love houses, skill building, money making, offbeat, store and a lot more. There are a lot of gangs/mafias though, its just really annoying..but in some cities there a...
Well, when i started playing this game is was GREAT! you can chat with people, get money and all this other crap.The bad:
Now this game is a REAL addiction. i suggest DONT BUY IT. buy the orignal. i can't stop playing it and i really want to. its almost like cigarettes. Also, you can get suspended from the game for 72 hours for cusing. watch what u say. the bad thing about suspention is they dont let you go on any of your sims while your suspened and your paying for the days your not playing.Summary:
A REAL ADDICTION! I wouldnt have bought it if i knew i would get addicted to it. I really want to stop playing the game but i can't. It is a waste of time. Sims online is also very annoying. You get money very slowly, your skills take way to long to gain, your skills can go down, maxie can take your accont from u, loseing all your money and items, it's 9.99 a mouth, and its crap. If you want a sim game i would get the original one not sims online.
It lets you interact with other peopleThe bad:
This game is not what I expected. I realy thought this game would be great because of all the adds and fake pics. I dont like how its realy hard to get money and that you get soo little. I thought that lots would be connected to other lots so you could go next door to your neighbor but the lots are not connect and you have to load every time you wana go to different lot and there arnt any roads or downtowns. I wanted to make a huge house like I do on the normal sims but its inpossable to get enough money and all you can make is a tiny shake that has like almost nothing inside.
Basicy all you...
Adults engaging in immature, childish, highschoolish behavior. And the game looks like 3D Chatroom as their are no real downtown zones. My Sim couldn't even walk down the neighborhood street.Summary:
I am very disappointed in this game and my advice to everyone is don't fall for the hype and for the over enthusiastic reviews from younger fans.
This game is nowhere near how it is advertised and you'd think with all the many expansions that have come out with offline game that they'd offer similar features in this game. There are no downtown areas, and you can't even take a walk in the neighborhood. Players teleport from lot to lot and while some are bigger than others, they all look basically the same.
The so-called economy barely exists and what little of it does exist, literally sucks th...
Its fun interacting with people for about a week.The bad:
Seeing adults engaging in immature behavior while trying desperately to make something out of what little game content it has, is truly painful to watch.Summary:
This is *not* an actual game where Sims can stroll through neighborhoods and downtown areas and play with other players in an actual Sim World.
The game has a similar design to several online 3D Virtual World-Skin/avatar chat places I frequent.
And in some of those places for a nominal fee, you can actually buld your own world that people can explore.
This doesn't seem like an actual, legitimate MMORPG. Because in a true MMORPG, interacting with others is one aspect of the game
which you can particpate in at your discretion.
The foundation of a good gameplay comes first, then socializing and i...
- Online community Vs. Real Life 0
- Online sims Survey!!! Please fill out!! 0
- Introduce Yourself! 22
- Complicated Sims problem! Need help urgently! 1
- The Sims Online - Survey 1
- TSO RESTORATION 2013 1
- The Sims is Real Life 0
- Revival 3
- Anybody used to know these players? 1
- ???? 1
- More Than 3 Sims!? 0
- The Great City Merge! 0
- The Sims 42014