The Sims 2 Quick Take

The Sims 2I honestly love playing this game. I feel like a god when I’m making up communities and thinking of new ways to make my nanny flirt with the next-door neighbor. I love The Sims 2.

The PSP version of this game though, does not appeal as much as its PC version. Sure, the setting of The Sims 2 for the PSP is interesting because it takes place in Strangetown (hint, hint), but there are details about the game that make it less interesting and less exciting than when you play it in your PC. Other than the differences when it comes to the interactions of characters, loading is also a bit of a hassle. When you do something in the game, like begin a conversation with another character or designing your house, the game loads for a second or two before you can go on with what you’re doing. This disrupts the flow of the game. There’s also no DNA (memories of what happens to them), the sims don’t age, and they don’t have memories of what happens to them.

The Sims 2 doesn’t have a multiplayer play, so you’re bound to be bored (or irritated with the relatively slow loading) with the single-player game. It would have been a really great game to have on your PSP, as what seems to be common these days, slow loading and lacking the gameplay we are used to from a game ported from another console.

The Sims 2I honestly love playing this game. I feel like a god when I’m making up communities and thinking of new ways to make my nanny flirt with the next-door neighbor. I love The Sims 2.

The PSP version of this game though, does not appeal as much as its PC version. Sure, the setting of The Sims 2 for the PSP is interesting because it takes place in Strangetown (hint, hint), but there are details about the game that make it less interesting and less exciting than when you play it in your PC. Other than the differences when it comes to the interactions of characters, loading is also a bit of a hassle. When you do something in the game, like begin a conversation with another character or designing your house, the game loads for a second or two before you can go on with what you’re doing. This disrupts the flow of the game. There’s also no DNA (memories of what happens to them), the sims don’t age, and they don’t have memories of what happens to them.

The Sims 2 doesn’t have a multiplayer play, so you’re bound to be bored (or irritated with the relatively slow loading) with the single-player game. It would have been a really great game to have on your PSP, as what seems to be common these days, slow loading and lacking the gameplay we are used to from a game ported from another console.

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