When I saw that there was a new MySims game released for the Wii, I was excited. I absolutely LOVED MySims Agents – I played it nonstop until I completely beat the game… yes, I liked it that much. You can find my complete review here if you’re interested (it would be a great gift idea and is on sale for only $16.44 right now!).
Thanks to EA Games, I was able to review MySims SkyHeroes for the Wii, released in September of this year. This MySims game is similar to the others in that there is a fun storyline and unique and humorous characters, many of whom are the same as in recent games – like the evil Morcubus. It’s different in that it’s more of an action-adventure game – you’re in the air pretty much the entire time, learning skills you’ll use in aerial combat with Morcubus and his drone army. Oh, and you can play with up to 6 friends online! I think that’s a great feature, one that kids will love.
You start out customizing your character, male or female, and your aircraft. I always enjoy this part. :) Then you get to meet your cohorts against Morcubus and begin flying! I found the controls easy to learn (you hold your Wii remote and enjoyed soaring around the island. Then you’re able to practice using weapons on enemies. It starts out really easy, with the enemies not firing back right at first – so simple enough for even young children to practice flying and shooting before they go into a real battle.
As you progress through the game, you are given more challenges and are able to add onto and customize your aircraft to improve your fighting skills (like switching out your engine to increase your speed). There are game bosses to beat, too!
There’s nothing disappointing about this terrific new MySims game – it’s something the whole family can enjoy together! I recommend it!
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I would like to thank Electronic Arts for sending me the game reviewed above in order that I might give you a thorough review. This post is 100% my own opinion, thoughts, and experiences, and was not edited or reviewed by anyone. I do not feel obligated to write a positive review – I’ll always share my honest thoughts on products. I was not compensated monetarily for this post.