The Sims 2: DS, GBA, GC, PC, PS2 and Xbox Game Review
Get the scoop on The Sims 2 video game for PC from Electronic Arts with our game review!
The Sims 2 - Sim-ply Spectacular StuffIf you want new stuff for your Sim family, it's all here! The biggest deal is that the Sims have gone 3D. Now you can move the camera around inside your Sims' house and around their neighborhood. On top of the stylin' new look, your Sims can grow old, have kids and the kids can grow into Sim adults who can have kids of their own. Now you can raise whole families of Sims from babies to grandparents! The third big thing is the built-in movie-making program that lets you make Sim-movies with your virtual people.
Something Rotten in the Sims 2 Video GameAll the cool new stuff in The Sims 2 rocks, but there are some problems. The biggest problem is that The Sims 2 is a humongous game! It takes up about 3 Gigabytes of space on your hard drive, that's enough space for 1,000 mp3s, 1,500,000 school reports or the entire Lemony Snicket series of books 1,200 times. It also takes a computer with some power to run smoothly.
The Sims 2 - Welcome to the Neighborhood?The Sims 2 video game is a steal of a deal. With one game you get an entire virtual world to play with, plus there'll be expansions galore from EA that will give you even more options. If there's room for it on your 'puter, The Sims 2 will keep you in gaming goodness for years.
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PC System Requirements:Operating System: Windows 98/ME/XP/2000
Processor: 800 MHz or faster.
RAM: 256 MB RAM recommended.
Hard Drive: 3.5 GB free space.
Video Card: 32MB recommended.
Sound: DirectX9 compatible sound card.
DirectX: DirectX 9.0 or higher.
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