The SIMs
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The number 1 PC game of all-time has made its console debut. Players can create and control Sims on the PlayStation 2, Nintendo Gamecube and Xbox consoles with new level-based game play and 3D graphics. Customize your Sim’s personality and appearance and move into the neighborhood. Get a job, make friends and advance through your career and life’s big moments. Unlock new objects and bigger houses along the way. Meet, flirt and fight with a neighborhood full of wild characters. You can also load your Sims into a friend’s game and play two-player games, all new for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo Gamecube and Xbox consoles.

In an all new level-based neighborhood, players can start with just one Sim and move him or her on up as they advances through life’s big moments. As they progress through new challenges, your Sims can move into bigger and better homes and unlock new console exclusive objects that they can enjoy. A teppanyaki table, bug zapper, and a strip poker game are just some of the items your Sims will discover and use to their advantage along the way.

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Just like in the original version of The Sims, players will be able to create the perfect Sim home, customize the Sims who live there and control their lives. But now in this version of the game, players can explore an entirely new 3D world that harnesses the full power of the Next-Gen consoles. There is also a cast of wacky neighbors to interact with that can't be found in any other Sims game. The new controller-base game interface makes manipulating the Sims through the triumphs and tribulations of their daily lives both easy and amusing. Whether it’s level-based fun, two-player challenges, or classic Sim-style open-ended game play, The Sims are new for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo Gamecube and Microsoft X-Box.

“Is this the most confounded, maddeningly addictive game…sim…thing ever?” —GameSpot; January 14, 2003