The Sims 2 is the first entirely-new
generation of The Sims, the ground-breaking game that allowed players to
create and control people. The Sims 2 challenges you to direct the journey
of your Sims' lives as they grow from infancy through childhood, teenage
life and adulthood.
Into Depth Info
Starting with a personality that you give them (or that they inherit from
their parents), your Sims will develop in unique ways based on your
choices and influence. As they progress through life, your Sims will
collect memories which shape who they are, what options they have and how
they behave. These experiences can have a short or long-term effect on
relationships between family members and friends. Experiences between Sims
when they are children can affect their relationships as teens and adults.
Your Sims can have casual friendships or make life-long enemies. Your Sims
live in a realistic and vivid 3-D world of your own creation. When you
build their homes, you'll have new options that will allow you to create
decks, attics, and build on hillsides. You'll be able to choose from
hundreds of new objects, many of which can be customized from within the
game. And once you've built the perfect home, you'll be able to zoom in
close to see every detail of Sim life, from the food in the refrigerator
to the expression of moods and feelings on your Sims' faces.
Rounding out the experience, The Sims 2 delivers dozens of features
requested from fans over the past four years. A new "Create-A-Sim" feature
will allow you to easily make unique and detailed character faces with a
variety of hair styles, facial hair, make-up and accessories. You'll also
be able to choose from a wide selection of casual, formal, cool and crazy
clothing styles. And carrying on the tradition of giving players the
ability to customize their game, The Sims 2 is designed to allow players
to easily integrate content created by players outside the game.