Following on from previous details of the console versions of The Sims 2, where we revealed Mario would be making some kind of appearance in the Gamecube version, we've now got our hands on three brand new DS screens.
Immediately noticeable, after the disappointment of the graphics quality, is how unique and easy to play this version should be thanks to DS's touch-screen and stylus.
Icons present themselves on the touch-screen allowing players to simply and speedily tap through to where they want to be, without the pain of cycling through menus as they would with console versions.
We expect this to be massively popular for DS, even if it doesn't look particularly dazzling. But as any gamer will tell you, it's the gameplay that counts not pretty graphics. A statement that applies as much here as it ever has done before.
The Sims 2 is due for release sometime this autumn
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