Excerpt: The Sims : House Party is a new add-on disk to the genre-busting best-selling people simulator, The Sims. This new expansion focuses on parties which provides an excellent way to get large groups of sims together in one place (without having to make multiple phone calls) and to maintain...
Excerpt: At first, The Sims may strike you as the most fantastic PC title you’ve ever played. The goal is simple: take a human being known as a ‘sim’ and make all of his or her decisions. Build a home, choose a job and friends, even decide when to urinate or shower and when to feast on pizza.
Excerpt: The Sims is an odd one. There's no action, no big bosses, no confusing puzzles and no power ups but it's still really cool. Instead you make a sim- family , design a house for them to live in, pick a job and help keep their life on track.
Excerpt: What can be said about The Sims that hasn’t already been said a hundred, no a thousand times before? Ever since that fateful day in January of 2000 when Maxis unleashed The Sims on an unsuspecting horde of PC users, the gaming world has never been the same.
Excerpt: The Sims is the people simulation made by Maxis the creators of Sim City. In this game you can build houses with architectural design tools, to decorate walls and floors, use landscaping tools. You can create various characters and families and put them into your world.
Summary: The Sims is really, really cool. If you want a game where you can spend endless hours of your life dictating someone else's, this is a smart choice. This will probably be one of the best games of the year.
Excerpt: The Sims is a game for anyone who thinks that real life is boring. And that must be a pretty good number because The Sims is the best seller in the nation this week. Created by the same folks who made the popular SimCity series, The Sims drills down to the neighborhood level of a city and in fact...
Excerpt: Maxis has graced gamers once again with yet another potential hit. After making hits like SimCity and all the other Sim games, they bring us the one thing that no one else has done yet: a simulation about people's lives.