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The Sims Bustin Out
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platform: Game Boy Advance
List Price: $39.99
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ESRB Rating: Everyone
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  • 26 exclusive locations, 8 new career mini-games and over 150 new objects
  • Directly control Sim with Control Pad
  • For 1 player
  • Wildly popular real-life simulation
  • Download and play with your Nintendo GameCube Sim in the Game Boy Advance world
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Product Description
The insanely popular The Sims series arrives with The Sims: Bustin' Out, for the Game Boy Advance, in a huge way! For the first time on Game Boy Advance, Bustin' Out allows the player to directly control their Sim using the Control Pad. Over 150 unlockable items and social moves await your Sim's unique lifestyle. Choose from zany new careers, complete challenging missions, mini-games and make outrageous new friends. Download and play your Sim from the GameCube version for hidden features and more content. Connect with another Game Boy Advance using the Link Cable for exciting two-player action. Dive into The Sims Bustin' Out, and live life with your wildest imagination!

Product Details
  • ASIN: B0000ARQMZ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 Based on 75 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 510

Customer Reviews

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

2Under-funded?, Sep 8, 2023
The Sims: Bustin' Out is a goal-oriented, console-style version of The Sims. The gameplay has been slightly watered-down, and given a more simplistic feel. Really, I think Bustin' Out was aimed at a somewhat younger audience.

The concept of the game is fun, however. You create your own 'sim' and control them in order to accomplish goals, make friends, and earn money. (To furnish your home with.) The game starts you out on your uncle's farm, where you become familiarized with some of the gameplay mechanics. Afterwards, you are sent out to explore SimValley, and meet its various denizens. From there, you will stumble upon various goals and will be required to fulfill them before moving on. After completing every goal in every chapter, you finish the game.

Unfortunately, it seems that the game was either rushed, or under-funded, as the graphics are not as up to par as they should be. In addition to this, there are several glitches which can cause certain goals to become unavailable, or incompletable. (Thus ruining any chance of actually finishing the game.) There seems to be no way around these glitches, either.

After having completed the game myself, I was sorely disappointed with the rewards of having done so. However, I will not spoil it for those who've yet to finish the game themselves. Regardless, I do think the gameplay is fun, in its own right. You won't find much entertainment in actually completing the game itself, though. Otherwise, I would recommend trying The Urbz: Sims in the City instead of Bustin' Out.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

5This game is the bomb, Aug 16, 2023
At some parts in this game it is really hard. It might be boring at first, but after that, it is awsome. It is not the same as the sims on a computer, but it is almost just as fun. I have the sims for the computer, and I love it so much, I thought it would be nice to have one for my Game Boy, when my family and I go on long vactions. I got this game less than a year ago, and I still have not finished it. I love thhs game so much.

0 of 4 people found the following review helpful:

3Fun but dumb, Jul 17, 2023
Its fun but sometimes it is really irrataiting when the things is confusing. If I were you dont buy it rater buy urbs:sims in the city its alot more fun

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

4This Game Is Confusing But Fun, Jul 12, 2023
I've had the Sims Bustin Out on my gameboy for quite a while now. And I love it but it confuses me sometimes. Like it wants you to get your popularity up to 60 and there is only like 23 people that live in the town so how is that possible?? But this game is really fun and cool and my friend Natasaha and Taylor love it too. I really love some of the charecters. I LOVE Gusesppi Muzzalato and the way he walks like a chicken. I also love some of the sounds the Sims make. I definatly reccomend this game!

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

4THe graphics, Jul 6, 2023
the thing I hate about this game is that it has really bad graphics. And sometimes it gets tiring. BUt I would strongly reccomend Urbz.


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