The Sims 2: FreeTime



The Sims 2: FreeTime

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By on 80

Publisher: EA GamesESRB Rating: T for TeenRelease Date: February 26, 2008Genre: Life Pros: Grow up child, teen, and adult Townies Innate hobbies = more personality for Sims Fun ways to earn skills for promotions Secondary aspirations Cons: Hobbies add...

By Game Chronicles Magazine on 85

Overall, from its equal treatment of Sims in different stages of life to its smooth integration with all previous expansion packs, FreeTime is very well-rounded and better thought-out than many of the previous expansions. The addition of free-time...

By Games Radar on 60

Free Time is a terrible name for a Sims game when you think about it. Not only does the series eat up more hours than waiting at the DMV, but its entire raison d’etre is balancing important life goals that consume a big chunk of every Sims’...

By Stuff NZ on 90

Well, here we have it: the last full expansion pack for the Sims 2. Those last four years sure went by quickly, don’t you think? If you’ve lost count, this is pack number seven, and while I doubt Maxis is inherently superstitious by nature,...

By GameZone on 70 | Digg This | Glink It What time is it? It’s Sims 2 expansion time. After all, it’s been about six months and Maxis/EA keeps riding that franchise by expanding the possibilities of the world’s (arguably) biggest...

By IGN Gear on 83

Seven must be the lucky number in the Sims universe. Makin Magic was the seventh and final expansion of the original core game, and it completely overhauled the conventions of the game to make playing it a definitively different experience (if you...