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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You can see Will Wright (creator of The Sims (2000) and "Sims 2") a couple of times in the game. See more »

Connections

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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Fun to play, after having to pay hundreds for updates
27 October 2004 | by (Perth, scotland) – See all my reviews

they life, they die and you pick whats in between. the same idea as Sims 1 but better this time you make sims and they do 1000s of things. after playing with one sim you get so attached to them that you some times wish they were even alive even though the animation and all the extras in the game make it seem like the sims are real. the game is good to play but the big bad side is that you need improvements in your computer to play plus the game does eat away at your memory and hardrive taking up space each time you play. the game is good but their is a lot of bugs! "Jump bug" and "Save bug" are the most common bugs in the game but maxis is working on a patch. right now i rate the game 9/10


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