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MySims Agents DS fact sheet

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Product Description
In MySims Agents on the Nintendo DS, you take the role of an agent assigned by the agency to help a mayor stop a notorious thief from stealing the town treasure. You must search for clues, solve devious puzzles and match wits with the mysterious thief in order to protect the treasure. Your investigations will have you talking to your favorite MySims and searching for clues in underground caverns. Only the brightest and best agent will succeed!

Key Features
• Solve the Mystery – Follow the trail of the master thief and thwart his plans every step of the way.
• Customization of Town – Customize the look of the town to solve puzzles on your adventure and to make it your own.
• Build Relationships – Talk and learn about the MySims so that you can gain their trust, collect clues, and get valuable items.
• Mini Games – Play 10 mini games that will sharpen your skills as an agent and lead you closer to solving each case.

Product Specifications
Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
Developer: The Sims Studio
Ship Date: Fall 2009
Category: Mystery Adventure Game
Platforms: DS
© 2009 Electronic Arts Inc. All Rights Reserved. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Product Description

In MySims Agents players take on the role of a special agent on a mission to uncover and foil the sinister plans of Morcubus, the corrupt CEO of MorcuCorp. Players will search for clues and solve cases across the city and far beyond as they piece together his nefarious plans. Armed with a set of increasingly sophisticated gadgets, players will track footprints, pick locks, hack into computers and do molecular forensics. They will jump, climb, balance and build their way to follow cases no matter where they lead, even taking a private jet to reach an ancient temple, a spooky mansion and an icy mountaintop chalet. Along the way they meet MySims they can recruit to build up their own team of agents, and unlock rare items they can use to deck out their headquarters.

Key Features
• Explore the world – explore your city and beyond, from a ski chalet on the top of an icy mountain to an ancient temple in the depths of the jungle.
• Solve mysteries – Use your wits, skills and trusty collection of gadgets to solve puzzling mysteries. Follow leads wherever they take you, whether it requires jumping, climbing, balancing, picking locks, or hacking into computers. All your sleuthing abilities are brought into play, from interrogation to forensics, from following footprints to fixing machines.
• Build your own team of Agents – Recruit MySims you meet along the way to come back to your headquarters and join your team. Send them out on missions to gather information and unlock rewards for you.
• Construct and customize – Deck out your headquarters with treasures from your adventures, customize it to look the way you want and equip it to maximize the skills of your team.

Product Specifications
Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
Developer: The Sims Studio
Ship Date: Fall 2009
Category: Mystery Adventure Game
Platforms: Wii
© 2009 Electronic Arts Inc. All Rights Reserved. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


1 (1) – Nintendo DSi Browser
2 (2) – WarioWare: Snapped!
3 (3) – Bird & Beans
4 (4) – Master of Illusion: Funny Face
5 (5) – Art Style: AQUIA
6 (6) – Brain Age Express: Math
7 (7) – Master of Illusion Express: Shuffle Games
8 (N) – Dr. Mario Express
9 (8) – Mixed Messages
10 (N) – Master of Illusion Express: Deep Psyche


1 (1) – Super Mario Bros. 3
2 (2) – Super Mario Bros.
3 (4) – Super Mario World
4 (3) – Super Punch-Out!!
5 (5) – Super Mario Bros. 2
6 (6) – The Legend of Zelda
7 (8) – Super Mario 64
8 (7) – Punch-Out!!
9 (9) – Pac-Man
10 (10) – Mario Kart 64
11 (11) – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
12 (12) – Donkey Kong Country
13 (14) – Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
14 (13) – Donkey Kong
15 (16) – The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
16 (15) – Sonic the Hedgehog 2
17 (18) – Paper Mario
18 (19) – Excitebike
19 (17) – Galaga
20 (20) – Tecmo BOwl


1 (1) – World of Goo
2 (2) – My Aquarium
3 (3) – Tetris Party
4 (4) – My Pokemon Ranch
5 (5) – Onslaught
6 (6) – Dr. Mario Online Rx
7 (7) – CueSports – Pool Revolution
8 (11) – Defend Your Castle
9 (8) – Brain Challenge
10 (14) – Equilibrio
11 (10) – Fun! Fun! Minigolf
12 (12) – Pop’Em Drop’Em SAMEGAME
13 (9) – Bit.Trip Beat
14 (16) – Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
15 (15) – Target Toss Pro: Bags
16 (20) – Bomberman Blast
17 (19) – Midnight Bowling
18 (13) – Bonsai Barber
19 (17) – Sandy Beach
20 (18) – Wild West Guns

– New character: Selkie male, Keiss
– Keiss has a job to guard Alexis II ship
– Keiss is a work partner with Layle
– Partnership only part of the story (don’t control Keiss directly)
– Another primary character is a female Selkie, might be romantically interested in Layle
– Playable Events and Demon Reaction in the game
– Interact with game during event scenes for playable events – Shake Wii controller, point at areas
– Some scenes require you to successfully complete them
– Example of playable event: Layle falls through the sky, demons coming closer – aim Wii remote to shoot the demons
– Demons act on own AI, have movement patterns
– Enemies react to reach other and to Layle’s attacks in different ways
– Game has a number of patterns
– Still no release date


Japanese magazine Nintendo Dream seems to be teasing some Fire Emblem news for its next issue. Though all of this is just a rumor at this point, the June edition of the magazine says that fans of Fire Emblem should “look forward to the next issue.”

“There has been no information about a new game for a while, but… (Fire) Emblem fans, look forward to the next issue.”

As you can see, Nintendo Dream does not explicitly note that a new game will be revealed, but really, what else can it be? Additionally (though this may or may not be related), there is a brief blurb that states, “And the blockbuster game is revealed…!?” that also appears in the magazine. Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon was the last title in the series to be released in Japan, and that was around eight months ago. The franchise’s 20th anniversary is quickly approaching, so perhaps Intelligent Systems is busy developing a new game in honor of that occasion.

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– Ugomemo Theater will now get a Channel feature, which allows clips to be uploaded directly into different categories
– users can add comments or hand-written drawings to clips via the “Little Memo” feature
– Ugomemo Theater will now allow users to rate videos with various stars
– ‘My Room’ will allow users to make a profile, view clips they have added stars to, and manage their “Ugomates” (Friends) list
– ‘UgoMail’ will allow users to send clips to one another through the internet