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The Sims are making a big return to the console and this time they are bustin out of the house and exploring all-new locations around town. In The Sims Bustin Out, players can choose from a variety of new career paths. Along the way, players can unlock and collect over a hundred of new objects and social moves exclusive to the console. Play, work, and socialize with a cast of over 25 new outrageous characters and climb through a dozen new careers. The Sims Bustin Out also features new integrated two-player gameplay and memory card support, for those players who like to take their Sims over to a friends house and show them off.
- Connectivity with the Nintendo GameCube Version - Download and play with your Nintendo GameCube Sim in the Game Boy Advance world. This feature lets you obtain Simoleons and improve skills to bring back to the Nintendo GameCube version. You can also unlock a concealed game cabinet that gives your Sims access to minigames that you can play on your Game Boy Advance.
- Exclusive Content - There are 26 exclusive locations, eight new career minigames, all-new characters to interact with, and over 150 objects to trade and collect.
- For the first time in franchise history, use the Control Pad to directly control your Sim.
- Keep your Sim happy by monitoring his motives and fulfilling his basic needs.
- Complete missions all over SimValley in your quest to move into the biggest house.
- Engage in conversations to bargain with merchants for new items for your house, chat with friends, and insult those who deserve it.
- New career-based minigames keep the experience fresh, demanding quick reflexes to earn simoleons, rewards, and career advancement.
- Connect with another Game Boy Advance using the Link Cable for a two-player mode that lets you unlock and trade new items.
- Never part with your Sim again.
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