The SIMS 2: Free Time Expansion Pack (PC) Reviews
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Description:Genre: Simulation - Life / Video Game for Windows XP / ESRB Rating: Rating Pending / Release Date: 2008-02-29 / ... more
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Customer The SIMS 2: Free Time Expansion Pack (PC) Reviews (6)
by - written on 23/08/12 (Very useful, 8 readings)
I love the Sims 2 and play is pretty regularly despite being in my early 20s now. It really is the only game I've ever consistently played and enjoyed over time. After trying Sims 3 and deciding I much preferred Sims 2 I decided to invest in a few of the expansion packs and add ons in order to make my game even more exciting. One of the expansions I bought was this 'Freetime' extension pack. There is loads to say about it and how I use it so I've condensed it into a few important bullet points. - Activities - The point of this expansion is that it provides your Sims with a selection of hobbies to while away their time. You Sim can basically ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/09 (Very useful, 172 readings)
ABOUT THE SIMS 2 FREETIME The idea of the Sims 2 FreeTime is to reinvent how your hard working Sims spend their valuable free time. Alleviate their boredom by giving your Sims various types of hobbies to take up. Create a dance enthusiast with the ballet bar, master chefs to compete in cooking contests or tinkering mechanics. HOBBIES Hobbies are not just a way to relieve your Sims boredom, they can also be used to make money too. Sims who's hobby is to "tinker" can tinker with old cars, restoring them so they can be sold on for profit. Arts and craft natured Sims can make pots using the pottery wheel or clothes using the sewing machine. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/12 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Sims Free Time Sims 2 is all about creating so-called sims, which you can control. You control their lives with making friends, getting into a relationship and having a career. This is the same as the first part of this game. But the biggest changes were nevertheless that Sims could become old and the woman could get really pregnant. Back in Part 1 the sims retained the same age and people could only have children after they romantic way interacted (kissing and hugging). The woman didn't became pregnant then, but the phone rang asking if you wanted a child. Not realistic. In part 2 sims can really get pregnant after they have gone to bed together and allows ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/08 (Useful, 37 readings)
If you're here then it's probably because you already know and more than likely love the Sims 2. If you don't, let me give you an extremely quick walk-through: In the Sims 2, you're the God of these human-looking creatures called the Sims. You shape their personality, their looks and their house and as you go on playing with them you shape their lives. If you've played the Sims before you know that one of the main differences in gameplay with this installment and the one before is aspirations. You also know that these aspirations are: Family, Popularity, Romance, Wealth and Knowledge. If you have a certain different expansion pack added, then you know that there is also . Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/09 (Somewhat useful, 10 readings)
I have had the Sims 2 on PC for quite a while now and thus was looking for something extra to do on the game. I already had another expansion pack (Universit) and thought that it was time to get another one. When I saw the release of Free Time I thought it looked like another great add on to the game and I really couldn't wait to play on it. Much to my expectations the game was very good and I thought it brought some excellent entertainment value. I would really recommend this game if you have got bored of the original Sims 2 or are simply looking for something new to try. Within this game, hence the title, you are able to undertake a variety of activities. ... Read the complete review
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