URBZ: Sims in the City
One of my favorite Sims games ever
I had forgot about this game until I found it in my closet the other day. I stayed up all night playing it. I remember playing this when it first came out and loved it. It still is one of the best.
1 Word: Awesome.
You can be goth,skater,artsy,anime,mafia,rocker, or any other group you could ever want. You can get tattoos and piercings, live in two different apartments (Blankwood Towers is the best!) and eventually live in a penthouse. Beat urban villians and enemies, get pets (you can play with them, but all they ever do is urinate in your house and you can clean it up or have a janitor do it ), design a home, make friends and become a local legend, get a job, buy lots of clothes, and anything else you can imagine.
I love it so much i just wish there was a tutorial
its like my favorite game ever and i love it to death, but i was clueless at the beginning and i still don't quite know what I'm doing... i know how to do missions and stuff but I don't know how to gain artistic skill, although i already have a mental skill and a body machine. Other than having to totally figure it out at the beginning, I love it and I think its really fun. P.S. I LOVE the tattoo feature!!!
URBZ: A Whole New Sims Experience!
The Urbz: Sims in the City is a fun and addictive simulation game under the "Sims" franchise. It brings a whole lot of "different" to the table - for the better that is! The scoop is you start off as a regular Sim and eventually build your way to the top, earning rep, making friends and starting off a life in the big city. You visit various areas in the city in an attempt to become the most popular person around. It's up to you to make your own proper decisions, by either ruining your Sim's many oppurtunities, or fullfilling their goals and dreams. Now, let me start off by explaining the criteria: Controls: The controls are easy to learn, due to it's point-and-click nature. There are some glitches and sticky bits here and there, but definately not too shabby at all. Interface: The interface is good. It doesn't interrupt with the gameplay, and the menus are simple to maneuver. Sound: The sound in this game is a-w-e-s-o-m-e. Pop, rock, urban, underground and R&B tunes make up the game's music, along with some great, traditional simlish words and language. The Black Eyed Peas also contribute to the game's audio. Graphics/Animation: The graphics are crisp and clear, and they ultimately stepped up from the previous games in the Sims franchise. Realism: The Urbz feels uber-realistic and the characters seem very life-like. With so many customization options, a multiplayer campaign and some sick tunes, The Urbz: Sims in the City is THE game to get.