News Archive - 2003

"But few probably ever envisioned The Sims as a tool for serious social and personal expression."

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The Sims komen naar de Game Boy Advance, wij geven alvast wat informatie.

Wat we op dit moment met zekerheid kunnen vertellen is het volgende:

Electronic Arts today announced that The Sims™ Bustin’ Out is in development for the Game Boy® Advance at the company’s Walnut Creek-based Maxis™ studio in conjunction with Griptonite Games, an Amaze Entertainment Studio. For the first time, Game Boy Advance players will be able to experience the zany and unpredictable world of The Sims™.

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USA Today has a story about where to find the hottest stars!

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If you ask me, people who write these articles could try to research the subject a little better before they start writing. What I mean exactly? Christina Aguilera can be found in The Sims Superstar, not in The Sims Online. And The Sims Superstar is not an online game.

"...The Sims: Superstar" is another solid addition to the series, and it's sure to keep some of the die-hard fans living like shut-ins for months to come."

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"After a quick look behind closed doors at E3, the answer comes as a resounding “oh yeah!”"

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"Wright was eager to talk about The Sims 2, which will be released early in 2004. The game will feature the first multi-generational Sims, including genetics and parenting effects."

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