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The Sims 2

Released on 04 November 2005

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (46 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Explore the wide-open world of The Sims 2 as you guide your custom Sims in their quest to become a rich and powerful mogul. Build and run your own hotel in Strangetown. Keep the cash coming in by maintaining it and keeping the guests happy. Design paintings for the gallery and record music for the lounge through Touch Screen mini-games. Make sure Strangetown's Sims are happy and you just might uncover their hidden secrets.
  • Create your world and live in it how you choose. Open-ended gameplay allows for endless fun in a completely new 3D world!
  • All new Social Game! Make some friends and cheer them up, calm them down, or give them a friendly shoulder to cry on!
  • Watch the time because the DS Internal Clock dictates the date and time of day in the game. Look for rewards when you play on your birthday.
  • Use the built-in DS microphone to make your own music in the lounge and use the Touch Screen to create your own paintings in the gallery. Then trade these masterpieces with friends via the DS wireless link.
  • Seven creative, new Touch Screen mini-games to help make money, collect masterpieces, and customize your world.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (46 reviews)

 Addictive but BRILLIANT !

| | See all OgreEss's reviews (10)

30 minutes playing SIMS 2, easily turns into a few hours addictive play ; So make sure, that Homework / Housework / Tasks and jobs are done, before you sit down (With either a flask of tea /coffee or bottle of non-alchoholic liquid refreshment)... It's going to be a stretch, before you bother to visit the W.C. so spend a penny or two, before you get comfy! LOL
My 8 year old son loves this game (I limit his playing time)... and My Teenage Daughter Lives within SIM 2 World... She Loves it!
I try to get my hands on it, when i have a spare moment, to no avail ; It's always in somebodys DS !
I also have praises, for SIMS CASTAWAY on DS.
4 STARS ****
REVIEW By a 43 y'r old Mother of 5.

 A brilliant game for all ages

| | See all shanensteff's reviews (19)

When I first started playing the game I was irritated with the way you had to play the game, as dictated by the goals set. As I got past the first 15 minutes, I realised this wasnt the case at all. After you have completed the first few goals you are pretty much left to your own devices and goals come less frequently, allowing you time to explore. A few things I must mention though

I had difficultly finding the rat cave, after I'd bought it. Make sure you explore all of downstairs properly, walk up to everything along the walls :)

It takes patience to learn how to catch goons and aliens but with some practise this is just challenging fun, rather than frustrating.

Make sure you keep the sound on at least a little bit, or you might miss your phone ringing in the corner.

Talk to everyone and get them to be your best friend, you will find out their secrets, everyone has one :)

Play the casino game lots and you will have enough money to complete the goals comfortably, also ensure you paint lots of pictures once you have built the gallery, if its good enough, you could earn $1000's of simoleons.

All in all I am really thrilled with the game, even once its completed you can still carry on with the game, ensuring you collect all of your lisence plates, skill points and find out everyones secrets. I give it 4 *'s

 a little disappointing

| | See all phoebebubbles's reviews (1)

I love Sims, and while this version did keep me playing up to the end, it wasn't quite what i look for in a game. you can't buy much, or decorate at all. i finished it very quickly and was left thinking 'is that it?' worth borrowing from a friend, but i wouldn't say rush out an buy it.

 Nothing like the PC game

| | See all chairann's reviews (1)

I bought this game because I love the PC version but I found it to be nothing like it, except for buying a couple of items of furniture now and again. The game is storyline based and a little too structured for my liking. For instance, you can romance the other characters as much as you like but you'll never get them to like you back. The real time was a bit annoying because if you ordered a new room it would literally take 8 hours to build. Also, you may turn it on for 10 minutes before bed and you'd be set a mission to complete in the next hour.
But I still gave the game 3 starts because it was entertaining enough and would probably be enjoyed more by a younger audience. There are some fun mini games like cards, alien autopsy and painting your own pictures to sell in your gallery. So I recommend it for light entertainment but you could probably only play it once.

 Another cracking sims game!

| | See all brownieowl's reviews (49)

I don't get why some people are annoyed with it not being a normal sims game. I don't get why they are. It is a really good game. Worth much, much, much more than £11.99 which it is at the moment. If you want a normal sims 2 game buy a PC and get the PC game! This is a excellent game. You are a hotel manager and you have to do missions to make your hoptel as good as possible, You can decorate your room and the guests room with all sorts ofdecorations and furniture there are mini games to unlock and you can even do some painting... whats not to lose??

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Rating7+ (PEGI)