Maxis The Sims: Vacation

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Required Operating System: Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows XP

ESRB Rating: T (Teen)

Media Format: CD-ROM


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Product Title: Maxis The Sims: Vacation

Manufacturer: Maxis

Lowest Price: $14.50 from Amazon.com Marketplace

Power Score: 3.5 | 3 Reviews


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I was excited to get it because I...

Strengths: None that I can think of.

Weakness: When it came out, it ran $40 and didn't even offer all it's vacation options (cruise part is unaccessible). It's basically a glorified "Downtown" with 3 types of spots (beach, camping & snowlodge).

I was excited to get it because I had grown bored with the previous expansion by the time it came out but that enthusiasm faded fast. I was greatly disappointed by what little had been offered for the price. In earlier versions, the Downtown section was offered along with other features. In this version, 3 types of trips are it, that's all that is offered (beach but you can't go in the water,...
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By GinaEmacs - Oct 1, 2002

The Sims Vacation

Hey, Sim fans! The folks at Maxis and Electronic Arts have been paying attention to all those suggestions you have made since The Sims was first released and the proof can be found in The Sims: Vacation, the newest expansion to this ever-increasingly popular game series. It should be noted right up front that you only need to have the original game installed to add this expansion pack....
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By GameZone - Apr 4, 2002

Sims Vacation

I remember when Myst used to dominate the sales charts. Its initial success was understandable, because its graphics were good for its time and it was one of the first games to ever come out on CD-ROM. But as time went on, as the whole industry shifted to CDs, Myst remained the number one selling computer game month after month, year after year, in defiance of all logic and common sense. This...
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By IGN.com - Apr 8, 2002

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