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Sims for Wii Details
A while ago EA announced a new Sims game in Japan. This time the game will be for the Nintendo Wii, which was recently released. Although EA has not yet really revealed much information about the game, there are some tidbits to find. First of all there's an article from a Japanese magazine, of which the scans were posted on GoNintendo. They show some graphics of the game, besides what's most likely a preview. Several actual screenshots were posted by Dengeki Online as well, showing the characters in further detail. Finally there's also an official site, in Japanese, at Boku-sim. This site features four screenshots and a teaser video.

The most remarkable about the game is that the graphics are much like the popular game (on Nintendo platforms anyway) Animal Crossing. Nevertheless it's definitely a Sims game, as confirmed by a post on the official site as well as the EA logos on the Boku-sim website. When the game will be released is not known yet, but of course we'll keep you up-to-date with the info. For now check out all screenshots below. Go to Boku-sim for the teaser.

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Written at 00:24 on Sunday, 10 December 2006 by ChEeTaH.


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