DS #3808: MySims Party (USA)

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  1. Rayder
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  2. Dwight

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    First one was alright. I might give this a try.
     
  3. geminisama

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    Is like the other MySims, or all Party Games?
     
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    Off topic: Gyakuten Kenji is dumped, no English option though

    On topic: I wonder how many of these My Sims games they're going to make..
     
  5. webjedi

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    Similar to My Sims Party Wii game - so more party then Sims. You can walk around a town and what'not but game is basically focused on mini-games. The kiddos seem to enjoy it, although the DS mini-games seem to be more of a challange for them then the Wii mini-games.
     
  6. Overlord Nadrian

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    This is getting old real fast...
     
  7. TraumaHoundNDS

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    From the screenshots I've seen it looks like Mario Party but with cutie-Sims. Mini-games galore...maybe it's me but I just don't get the mini-game genre; does it stem from the implied short attention span of gamers or a lack of lengthy gaming time?
     
  8. Donato_Dobango

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    I think the rationalization is "People are more likely to play a minigame compilation in short bursts between longer games."

    Of course, since that would involve switching cartridges and such in a now flashcart situation, it almost never works out that way. For those doing it "teh" other way, though, a game like this or WarioWare is fun to play before loading up a marathon session of TWETY or FF.