MySims Agents spy on Wii, DS
New installments in EA Play's kid-friendly Sims franchise heading to Nintendo's platforms this fall.
MySims fans will certainly have a lot to keep them busy in 2009. Following the publisher's reveal of MySims Party and MySims Racing in January, EA's Play label announced today that MySims Agents will ship for the Wii and DS worldwide this fall.
On the Wii, MySims Agents will play similarly to a traditional adventure game. Assuming the role of a MySims special agent, players attempt to unlock the mystery behind the nefarious doings of Morcubus, the leader of an underground crime syndicate. Players will be aided in their task by a variety of MySims characters as they perform detective work such as picking locks, hacking computers, and stalking persons of interest. MySims Agents also lets players plunder ancient ruins for antiquities with which to decorate their headquarters.
The DS edition of MySims Agents will feature a similar theme as its Wii counterpart, in which players must thwart the efforts of a ne'er-do-well who has been plundering ancient ruins in search of antiquities. Though EA did not delve into specifics of gameplay, the publisher did say that the DS game will offer 10 different minigames and a variety of interactions with MySims characters.
EA Play also confirmed today that MySims Racing will zip to the Wii and DS on June 16.
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