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The Sims are Heading Off to College

Company: EA Games
Product: The Sims 2: University

Electronic Arts has announced that EA?s Maxis Studio is developing The Sims 2: University, the first expansion pack for the highly-acclaimed The Sims 2 PC game. The Sims 2: University will ship this March, and gives players of The Sims 2 the ability to watch their Sims become young adults and put childhood behind them as they settle into an all-new college town to live out their ultimate college fantasy.

Sinjin Bain, Executive Producer and Maxis Vice President, highlights the company?s commitment to its loyal following, ?We are thrilled to open up a whole new stage of life for the Sims, allowing players to lead them through all the challenges of college and living the exciting university lifestyle of the dorms, parties and exams. This title is also the first in a line of expansion packs that will address our players? desires, further develop The Sims 2 franchise and continually expand the world of the Sims creating almost endless gameplay and storytelling possibilities.?

In The Sims 2: University, players for the first time will play through the new ?young adult? life stage as their Sims head off to college and join the campus crowd. Whether they live in the dorms or rush a fraternity or sorority, that?s just the beginning. Sims can choose from one of 11 majors, and by keeping their grades on track, they?ll secure a final degree and open up four new career paths. Players will enjoy all-new college-based wants and fears that are tied to their Sims? social life and academic goals, which will lead to new rewards and powers that will help them achieve their goals and aspirations in college and beyond.

Pranks, parties, and college social interactions add to the excitement while your Sims explore campus locations such as college lounges, pool halls, gyms, and coffee houses. As in real life, if your Sims start running low on funds, they can earn Simoleans by picking up a part-time job, like tutoring, or engaging in riskier affairs like printing money as a member of the ?secret society.? Of course, making the right decisions can lead your Sim to the ultimate goal of becoming ?Big Sim on Campus? in The Sims 2: University.

The Sims 2: University will ship under the EA Games brand. The Sims 2 is required to play The Sims 2 University.



-Red Dawg, GameVortex Communications
AKA Alex Redmann

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