Alright, so everyone, especially their mothers, knows the Sims franchise. We all know the basics:
Upcoming Sims 5 (Project Rene)
But NO ONE talks about any other games besides those couple, so allow me to break the ice.
Sims is quite literally a SIMulator (
Life simulator specifically) and you can pick and chose what you can make your characters do whether it be creating beautiful character or structures, making stories for said characters, fucking everyone in the neighborhood where you forced your Sims to live... Boning Bella Goth.
Digressing from that, what if there was a legitimate story to Sims? Specifically in the GBA spin-off:
Sims Bustin' Out...
Ever heard of it? Doubtfully because it is now deemed as a forgotten game.
This game came out in '03 and was one of my personal favorites growing up. It may just be the straight nostalgia factor I have for this game but I truly recommend it.
It is an old game so I can give it a pass for the poor graphic, but going besides that, it is a great game with a lot of thought put into it--And that's a lot coming from EA.
The characters are dynamic, the scenery is brilliant for a GBA game.
When it comes to talking to characters, they characters tend to be ruthless and out of pocket with their responses, obviously not pandering to kids because they will not understand what is being said.
Here's a couple of my personal favorite responses:
In conclusion, moral of the story, Sims Bustin' Out is underrated asf.