IGN: What do you do in MySims DS? How is the game different from the Wii build of the title?

Mitch Ueno: You start with the Create-A-Sim tool where you will be able to create your very own character. You will select gender, hair style, hair color, skin tone, eye style, eye color and, of course, your clothing. You can even design your clothes with the DS stylus. Then you will move into a house in the resort town. It’s up to you to make the place lively again. You will partake in many activities that will encourage townspeople to re-open their shops. You can customize the landscape to make the resort more attractive, become an expert of sports (mini games) to attract more tourists, or revive the forest to attract new animals. These are just a few examples of how each quest your Sim undertakes in the game will have a direct effect on the appearance of the town. You can also customize your house and outfit by buying or collecting new furniture and clothes. The mini games are an important part of the game, but your ultimate goal is to improve the town to star level five, which is the best possible state.

IGN: How does MySims DS connect with the Wii version of the game, if at all?

Mitch Ueno: They do share the same character style and surroundings in both of the games. You’re still playing with the same great Sims characters in a colorful world that you customize as you play.

IGN: Will the game enable wireless play or allow players to connect online over the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection?

Mitch Ueno: Anything is possible. However, we have nothing to announce at this time.

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Source: IGN