Summary: Bon Voyage expansion pack was released in 2007, now being 2014 I was still kind of leery about downloading this to my laptop. My laptop uses Windows XP, I didn't have any issues with the downloading or any effect with my DVD player.
Summary: For me, the biggest addition is jewelry. What I love the most are the lip piercings not sure if it works in other people's game but in mine, you cant zoom in on their hands if youre looking at rings or their eyes or noses for earrings and nose rings.
Summary: Well, this game is honestly fun at first but then it just seems to get boring! I get so bored with the vacations that i end up leaving early! And this last time i tried to leave early the game wouldnt let me leave at all. I had to start completely over with a new family. It was quite frustrating.
Summary: To begin, I'd like to point out that Bon Voyage, compared to its The Sims 1 predecessor "Vacation" is definitely a superior product in terms of not only its visual elements, but the depth of play and exploration value. However..
Summary: I didn't like vacations much on Sims 1 and for Bon Voyage it's the same case. It doesn't have as much "replay value" in it as one would want for paying 30 bucks. The best things about it are the following: *A multitude of new ways to dance (such as hula and slap dance) *The beach locale is pretty...
Summary: After the breakthrough of Sims 2 seasons, I found bon voyage a bit of a let down. In order to really get to the action you need to gather your sims family and take them to one of several vacation destinations. There, your sim checks into a hotel and has a 'vacation.
Summary: For those of you who can get the game to work without crashing, freezing, or slowing down, I hope you're having a good time. For everyone else, welcome to the club. I have all of the expansions to The Sims 2 and, until recently, considered the game to be very stable as I never had a problem with it.
Summary: Ok so first off a warning: Apparently there is a programming glitch going on with this game where instead of re-using NPC (no-playable characters) like tour guides etc, it just creates new ones.
Summary: Potentially this is the best expansion so far. And it would be if it wasn't riddled with glitches and bugs. It's a sad indictment of the attitude of games publishers, too eager to ship a product before it has been thoroughly tested.