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EA tried a few different kinds of games with My Sims. The one I am reviewing is My Sims Sky Heroes. My review score reflects ultimately how I feel about this Wii/Playstation 3/Xbox 360 title. I played it on the Xbox 360. The Sims strange speaking is in this game. Why can’t they just use normal real words, or no sound bytes while reading the text? The way My Sims Sky Heroes is done is confusing.

My Sims Sky Heroes looks okay. The characters are blocky at best. There is some diversity to character design which did not interest me. There are two things My Sims Sky Heroes focus on - racing, and dogfighting. You may even dogfight a little bit in the races. But the goal is to get to the finish line first.

There are a variety of different powerful weapons the player can find in My Sims Sky Heroes. Then the goal is to use them and destroy as many of the other characters as possible. Sounds easy huh? My Sims Sky Heroes is tough. I replayed early levels over and over again trying to beat them. The difficulty in My Sims Sky Heroes is like climbing a cliff wall. It goes straight up.

The controls are a bit too confusing for my tastes. I went up when I should have gone down, or I went down when I should have gone up. This led to making things worse. Plus those controls are on the touchy side. I had little to no fun with My Sims Sky Heroes. In fact I found myself frustrated and irritated.

My Sims Sky Heroes allows for two family members to play locally, and up to ten players in the online mode (Xbox 360 version). Struggling with the controls with fellow humans is mildly better than having the computer trash you over and over again. Ultimately My Sims Sky Heroes falls short.

The storyline in My Sims Sky Heroes was not very interesting or engaging. There are way too many cliches that are used. I know there is nothing new under the sun, but it felt like My Sims Sky Heroes was not even trying. I recommend families pass on My Sims Sky Heroes. Save your money for something better.
- Frank


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Wii/PS3/Xbox 360(tested)
Publisher: Behaviour Interactive
Developer: EA

Rating: ‘E10+’ for Everyone 10+
{Cartoon Violence}

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