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The Urbz: Sims in the City (2004)

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Live the life of a sim wandering the streets of sim districts, earn money playing fun mini games. Buy houses and customize them any way you want. Gain reputation with different groups and do tasks for different residents.
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Live the life of a sim wandering the streets of sim districts, earn money playing fun mini games. Buy houses and customize them any way you want. Gain reputation with different groups and do tasks for different residents.

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The URBZ: Sims in the City PS2
25 May 2008 | by See all my reviews

Amazing game. I don't know about the DS version of this game, I mean I have seen screenshots of the DS' Urbz Sims in the city, and it looked like a complete joke, maybe it caters to kids between 5 and 10yrs.

If you are going to buy this game, get the ps2 version.

I loved this game much better than any other Sim game, Busting out is definitely my second favorite. When EA released the Sims 2 after the Urbz, I definitely thought they went five steps backwards, in terms of music, fashion, interior design, cosmetics and hair styles.

The Urbz really caters for the gamers who are from a cosmopolitan city, and who enjoy fashion and understand culture. It makes you feel as though you are in fashionable New York, meeting people, working to buy a nicer apartment, furniture, and of course stylish clothes. The Sims 2 fashion is like those people who live in Kansas, Kentucky or the South. No offence to anyone, but the games designs go backwards, not forwards. I hope The Sims 3 is much better.

Anyways, I really loved and enjoyed playing this game, I have played it over fifteen times, just for the experience, and for designing my apartments. Although, I must say I do wish we had more apartments to design, as you only get 3. I also really pray for a bigger sequel to the Urbz, that would be the BEST EVER!!


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