Today, Keitaro still wants to keep that promise, so he still tries to get into Tokyo U.Unfortunately, having been kicked out of his house, he has to find a place to stay.

As the title suggests, the Sims can get out of the house to visit other locations such as Shiny Things Lab or Casa Caliente.

Bust Out Mode which has mission based gameplay and Freeplay Mode which is open-ended gameplay very much like the original The Sims PC game.

A guy named Keitaro Urashima (referred to as Keitaro, Urashima, or “Urashima-sempai”), is trying to get into the college Tokyo University (referred to as “Tokyo U”, for short).

Unfortunately, he’s failed to pass the entrance exams twice, making him a second-year Ronin (ronin is a Japanese name given to those who fail to pass the entrance exam).

The Game Boy Advance and N-Gage version puts the player's Sim in a place called "Sim Valley" for summer holiday.

The Sims Bustin' Out is the second title in The Sims console series and the first The Sims title to not be released on PC.

After watching all the anime episodes of Love Hina and Love Hina Again (OAV), and slowly purchasing the manga of Love Hina, I freaked when I saw that there was a game for the GBA.

Unfortunately for US fans, this game is still Japanese-only and will probably never make it into the US market, which means no official translation.

Like the console version, GBA/N-Gage version gameplay is objective-based - every time the player completes a series of tasks, the game is allowed to progress.