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 ... See full summary »

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Adult Male Sim 2 (voice)
Jack Conte ...
Teenage Male Sim (voice)
Zoe Galvez ...
Adult Female Sim 2 (voice)
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Elder Male Sim (voice)
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Adult Male Sim 1 (voice)
Gerri Lawlor ...
Adult Female Sim 1 (voice)
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Teenage Female Sim (voice)
Donna Le Tourneau ...
Sim (voice)
Liz Mamorsky ...
Elder Female Sim (voice)
Nikki Rapp ...
Child Sim (voice) (as Nicki Rapp)
Phil Sheridan ...
Sim (voice)
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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 Anonymous

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17 September 2004 (USA)  »

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Los sims 2  »

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It was originally intended that there should be rain in the game, but rendering errors kept making it rain indoors too, so it was scrapped. Rain, snow and other weather effects were added in the fifth expansion pack, Seasons, that was released in early 2007. See more »

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Follows The Sims Makin' Magic (2003) See more »

Soundtracks

Take Me Home, Please
(Sung in Simlish, Gamecube Version)
Written by James Dewees
Performed by Reggie and the Full Effect
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Possibly the best game ever made
15 December 2006 | by (Somewhere past the setting sun) – See all my reviews

Truly, the Sims 2 is probably the best game to have ever been made. The possibilities for game play are infinite, and it never ends. It's not like the usual VG where once you complete all the levels, you're done, that's where the story ends, and there's no more to say...Here, every family has its own story, which you create. (Although the maxis made families have their own background...but you decide where to head.) Truth be told, it's got its nice share of glitches, which can get extremely annoying...but with patience and intelligence you can learn to work your way around it till the maxis people come out with a patch.

The graphics are incredible...some talented sim makers can make sims look so much like their real-life counterpart, you'd think it was an actual picture of them.

Downloading...that definitely adds a lot, for although the maxis people have worked their hardest to make the game play grand and enjoyable, they certainly lack it in the creativity department as far as fashion and personal appearance goes...so it's a good thing we have the option to download things...and believe me, I don't stop...hehe The expansion packs certainly add to it, and Maxis has a way of making each one a vital necessity (although I've never heard of a non-vital necessity...xD) Overall, I think this game is definitely worth your money :) ~Ange Doré~


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