The sequel to one of the most successful PC games of all-time: The Sims (2000). In The Sims 2, players have a wide range of new options, socials, objects and lots more. The game is more realistic than the first as in The Sims 2 you can experience different life stages and even own a car (Nightlife expansion pack). As well as having babies (and twins), inheriting family genes, going to uni (University expansion pack), creating towns, having a more close-up experience, having wants and fears and creating extreme mansions - there are hundreds more things to do. Written by
Did You Know?
The neighborhood in the game called Veronaville is a reference to William Shakespeare
and his plays "Romeo and Juliet" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream". All of the people who are originally in this neighborhood are characters in one of those plays and their relationships are also how they are portrayed in the plays, such as the Capp and the Monty (Capulet and Montegue) families also don't get along just as it is in his tragedy "Romeo and Juliet". See more
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