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On one hand, that is awesome and hilarious of The Black Eyed Peas to participate in this. you can hear EA's try-hard that lead to this collaboration from here. Even will.appears in the console version, and the band redid some of their songs in Simlish specially for the game.When we were writing the article about The Sims: Bustin' Out for Game Boy Advance, we read a little bit about the development of these spin-off Sim games. Just like how evil marketers think it is easier to sell video games if you can market "video games" to teenage boys and the pink "video games for girls" to the girls, this was clearly an attempt to split the market and target the black demographic in particular, so there could be Sims for the white demographic, and Urbz for the black demographic. Now that we've talked about the badness surrounding the development of The Urbz, let us make clear that the resulting game was good. Just because EA was being disgusting, that doesn't mean that the actual developers, Maxis and Griptonite, were being disgusting.Apparently they all started as one concept of a game for consoles, but then ended up getting split into: The Sims: Bustin' Out for consoles, a completely separate The Sims: Bustin' Out for portable systems (the one we wrote about), The Urbz: Sims in the City for consoles, and The Urbz: Sims in the City for portable systems - the one we're about to tell you all about. In this game, everything is still obviously The Sims, and they couldn't even bother to pretend consistently in-universe that it's not. Just typing this feels disgusting, but that's how it is. While EA was pushing to make the game appeal to black people, the developers took the opportunity to do so by putting many non-white characters in the game.The portable Urbz is simultaneously the sibling and the sequel of the portable Bustin' Out -- yeah the development was that fucked. Since everything that came out of the Sim Universe and particularly Bustin' Out is still relevant (since this is a direct sequel), the word Sim is still everywhere: Sim-oleons, Sim-Valley... The only place where we noticed the word Urb at all is in the beginning: the option to create a character is named "Create an Urb", when in other Sim games this would be called "Create a Sim". At least they didn't even bother cramming it down our throats and ruining the experience. Of course, they attempted to do this by having some obviously old white fuddyduddies decide what it is black people like: Basketball! We know that normally it goes that the developers have to fight the evil publishers to get more than a token into their game, but here, they were able to create a diverse cast of characters, and they did, and they did it really well.Apparently Electronic Arts wanted Maxis to try to create a spin-off of The Sims that would launch a completely new hit series. And that's the last time you will hear about these characters not being Sims. So, how is an Urb different from a Sim, you may ask? It's a shame that such representation only seems to be possible when the evil marketers want to get their hands into the pockets of a particular demographic, but Maxis and Griptonite put a lot of love into these characters all the same, and we can be happy for that. (drops voice, mumbles) Bustin' Out ends with your character trying to return to space, only to crash land back to Sim Earth.In The Urbz, we're dealing with a real-life ultra-rich capitalist-pig supervillain. Apparently, between the events of Bustin' Out and The Urbz, our Sim (or Urb, as EA desperately wants us to say) has started living in Miniopolis where she crashed, and is now working as a janitor in the very same building.After a shift of cleaning pigeon shit off the windows, we learn that we've been fired.
Now, it is threatened to fall even further from a new menace.Because I know that there are a *LOT* Of dating sims over in japan.However I'm not sure if there aren't that many over here in America. Yeah, The Black Eyed Peas were involved in the marketing of this game.Anyway, if you haven't played portable Bustin' Out, we'd say to play that before playing portable Urbz (and, likewise, if you are reading this review before our review of Bustin' Out, to go read that one first). Well, you start The Urbz on the top of a skyscraper, in the city of Miniopolis, where the rocket crashed through a sculpture of Atlas, right on the roof.
Except that five minutes later she learns that she has been fired too - looks like Daddy kept her hired just long enough to let her do the dirty work of firing us, and then fired her as soon as that was done.