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  • For those who prefer more structured game play, story mode is the best
  • Overall, I think the Sims 2 is a great game
  • Sometimes it takes a while for actions to load, and it takes a bit too long to cancel major actions, but in my opinion, this is a small price to play for hilarious situations that you can set up, houses that you can build, and areas and objects that you can explore

    • by Stargazer
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      The Sims 2 is the long-awaited sequel to the incredibly popular simulation game called the Sims. In this game, you control human characters as they go about their daily lives, interacting with each other, working, living, and even doing things like using the bathroom, and sleeping — things that were almost never before seen with a video game. You can also build and decorate houses, choosing from a large selection of everything from walls, to carpet, to furniture, appliances and artwork.

      I am reviewing the Sims2 for the Xbox game console. The sequel is produced by


      Electronic Arts, and this game has delightful improvements on the original game.

      The game looks great on the Xbox, has a great soundtrack that sounds so very “Sim”, and the controls are very easy once you get used to them. Graphics - The graphics are wonderfully improved.

      The characters are smooth and refined in appearance. They look more natural, and you can finally edit things like facial features, hair, and body shape in great detail.

      Families - With the Sims 2, your characters can actually have children that resemble their parents. The children grow older,


      • and the adults do, as well.

        Game play - With the Sims 2, you can play in story mode where your characters are given specific goals, writing their own life stories and the such. Or you can play in free mode, where you have more room to do what you want.

        For those who prefer more structured game play, story mode is the best. Controlling your Sims - In previous Sims games, like the Sims and The Urbz, you move a cursor and click on an object or location to queue your Sim’s actions.

        Now you

        can control your Sims directly, as you would with a role playing or action adventure game. Also, with the Sims 2, you sims can take care of themselves for the most part, whereas before, you had to tell them to do the simplest things.

        Overall, I think the Sims 2 is a great game. Sometimes it takes a while for actions to load, and it takes a bit too long to cancel major actions, but in my opinion, this is a small price to play for hilarious situations that you can set up, houses that you can build, and areas and objects that you can explore.




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