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Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Sims burst out onto N-Gage


The N-Gage is a challenger to GameBoy Advance Fans of The Sims: Bustin' Out will soon be able to play God with their creations on the N-Gage. The EA title, already available on the GameCube, PS2, Xbox and GameBoy Advance, will be released for the Nokia's mobile gaming device early in 2004.

Players of the N-Gage version will be able to try mini-games which will earn them extra Simoleons, and there will be loads of exclusive objects to fiddle with.

The N-Gage is designed to compete with Nintendo's GameBoy, which dominates the portable gaming market, but analysts suggest sales figures have not been as buoyant as expected since its launch in October 2003.


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