The Sims 2: Special DVD Edition [PC Game]
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Platform: IBM PC Compatible
Publisher: EA Games
Release Date: September 14, 2004
Developer: Maxis
Genre: Simulation
UPC: 014633148831
Media: DVD-ROM
Rating: ESRB: T (Teen)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 98 / Me / 2000 / XP I
The Sims 2: Special DVD Edition [PC Game]
The Sims 2: Special DVD Edition [PC Game]
Developed by: Maxis - EA Games (2004) - Life Development Sim - Rated: Teen

The world's most successful "people simulator" gets a new lease on life in The Sims 2, the first full sequel to Maxis best-selling
original. This 2004 release updates nearly every aspect of the Sims experience, from opening presentations to deep-down
gameplay. The sequel features full 3D graphics, extensive new building and decorating options, and characters who are far more
realistically complex than those of the first game. The original Sims earned unprecedented success by encouraging players to be
creative and set their own goals, instead of asking them to follow a script or work towards some ultimate conquest. Most Sims
fans eventually created entire neighborhoods full of unique little virtual people -- not to "win" the game, but simply for the fun in
doing so. Above all else, this sequel is designed to encourage players to create their characters, houses, and neighborhoods with
even more imagination, and in greater detail than ever before.

Characters in Sims 2 lead fuller, more complicated lives, and they are not immortal; they grow up, grow old, and eventually die
(though gamers who would prefer their characters did not age can enter a code to turn this feature off). Sims have an average
lifespan of about 20 hours of playing time, though characters who lead especially happy, successful lives may live to be older. For
many, this mortality makes families even more important, since in a sense, characters can live on through their offspring. Sim
children inherit some of their parents' physical and emotional traits, so a notable characteristic in an aging Sim may reappear
later, in his or her children or grandchildren. Inheritance goes beyond mere genetics, however, and characters can share special
interests and encourage positive traits in their children. Of course, homes and other material possessions are also passed down
and kept in the family.
The Sims 2: Special DVD Edition (PC Games, 2004)
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