The Sims: Livin Large
Genre Simulation -> Tycoon
Today's Rank 17164
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Date 2003-10-21
Publisher Aspyr
UK
Date N/A
Publisher Aspyr
North America Retail Box ArtWhether you're the occasional Sims player or the die-hard fan that knows after playing it for a hundred hours you are congratulated, The Sims--Livin' It Up expansion pack will rekindle any flame starting to go out for this game. The Sims--Livin' It Up expansion pack has more swings and bells on it than a Christmas tree in a castle, and of course in true "Sims" style all this is possible. Whether or not you choose to be the king of the castle, with your turrets, armoury, banqueting hall and dungeon--skeleton in cage on application--or a hip funky Austin Powers-esque man in your retro 60s psychedelic bachelor pad is up to you. The range of new gadgets and gizmos to play with is just as impressive--and if you are an avid Web fan then you will notice some of the downloads here, especially the gerbil and balloons--but Maxis have realised this and have been busy creating many other features. New career paths with over 50 jobs have now been included. Become a psychic investigator or a musician, a slacker or a journalist and they all come with new toys to play with at home. If this isn't enough, the game also includes new neighbourhoods to try out if you've run out of space in the current one, although the only drawback is that you can't move from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. The Sims--Livin It Up, a great addition to the original, will have you completely hooked again in no time and saving up for those ever-elusive expensive items--in this case the automatic robot maid. --Stuart Miles

Features:
- Combines the hit The Sims with the first expansion pack, Livin' Large
- Build a simulated neighborhood and run--or ruin--the lives of the people that live there
- Unlimited open-ended game play allows you to help your Sims develop and mature
- Livin' Large adds five new career tracks and 125 new objects
- For 1 player
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