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EA's Sims Wave Bon Voyage

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  1. Easy Rhino

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    Fans of the reality based game 'The Sims 2' will be happy to learn that Electronic Arts will be releasing an expansion in September. Titled 'Bon Voyage,' players can send their Sims off to 3 vacation destination which include a tropical island, the Far East and rustic mountaintops. Whether its building sand castles or learning Tai Chi in the Zen garden, EA says there will be plenty of things for your Sims to do.

    Source: dailygame
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    sweet, I alerady got all the xpansions and packs, it gets as bit boring thou.

    I am trying to make my own sound speaker that I could model in max and then import it somehow...
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    Wow, this sounds like an extremely boring expansion.
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    It's a clever way of doing it, My sister has all the expansion packs up to now IIRC, which means theyve made over £100 by technically only selling one game. She will definately want this one. :rolleyes:
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    The sound of it makes me want to stick my head an in over.
    So they can vacation in the middle east now. Would that be at a clandestine training camp of some sort. :nutkick:
  6. Steevo

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    I personally hate the sims. Why not just go live your life instead of being caught up in a farce world.



    I realise that some peeps play just for fun, but the majority of people I meet that like the sims feel that their life sucks and they makeup for it through this game. Like my sisters. Sims, WOW, and Neopets. Fucking stupid.
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    Yea I dont see the point to any of those games either.
    Just go play some CSS or BF2 and kill the bad guys.
  8. Steevo

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    I have tried playing them. It is more boring than taking a drive, riding my bike with my family, playing frisbee, badmitton, volleyball, street hockey, gaming with friends, pooping, showering, shaving, eating, err..... than almost all of life, including but not limited to sleeping, waking up, going to work , and working.


    Some people need to get out more.
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    I just never really got into these games at all.

    But I do like how they imitate real life.
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    booo EA hasnt made a penny of me :rockout:

    Their game keeps crashing

    And I dotn really enjoy playing hte sims, I just love building houses, and the furniture. thats why I have all the expansions, so I have all the stuff
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    Maybe it's because it's prirated? (presumed from your first statement) It runs flawlessly on my sisters and my computer. Alt+Tabs no problem (which causes problems with quite a few games I've had over the years)
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    I happen to love playing the sims 2! I have all the expansion packs. stuff packs, and I can't wait to get Bon Voyage! :)
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    The only thing fun about the sims is designing a house. After that, it's just stowpid.
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    nah, playing it's fun too :)
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    It's a cool game, alright in small doses. I just have to be in the mood to play it...
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    Sims 2 is just the original Sims with better graphics - even the expansion packs more or less the same with different names!
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    agreed -_-

    I just made a guy and hes got all medals gold, all skills max, and works as a ecological guru and makes 10k, and only works on wednesday

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