Lucy Mails

Greetings Sim Fans,

Are you actually reading this? Shouldn't you be playing The Sims 2?

Well, if you insist on continuing to read this missive, I suppose I'll continue.

Greetings, Sims Fans,

Can you feel it? Do you feel a tingling sensation in your stomach that's radiating throughout your whole body? You know what that is? It's your body's way of saying, "There's less than one week left until you can rush to the store and pick up The Sims 2!"

Greetings, Sims Fans!

Where, but in The Sims 2, will you find a Social Bunny or an invisible Shrink when the going gets tough? The Sims 2 is, without a doubt, the funniest, quirkiest and most eccentric game that your gaming dollar can buy – a fact we're all extremely proud of. So when it came time to set the game to music, we looked for talent that shared our particularly skewed outlook on life, simulated or otherwise. An unspoken guideline during this process was, if we could find someone with a history of donning flowerpot headgear, our search was over.

Greetings, Sims fans:

The blooper reel is a long-standing tradition of TV and Film. A serious actor might spectacularly flub his lines, or a boom mic might drop on someone's head. The cast and crew all get a hearty chuckle for a few moments, and then it's back to business as usual. Any production is going to encounter their fair share of gaffes, and some of these prove to be so compelling that they're often compiled and tacked on to the closing credits to give the audience a few additional laughs and a look at the lighter side of the process.

Greetings Sims Fans,

Did you accidentally pour orange juice in your cereal this morning or salt in your coffee? Did your neighbor's orange tabby take on a darker, decidedly more jet-black appearance when it crossed your path on the way out the door? Have you locked your car keys inside your running vehicle, or spent time recently lounging beneath ladders? If you're beginning to wonder whether or not the whole world has it in for you, take a look at your calendar. That's right – it's that dreaded day of misfortune, Friday the 13th.

Greetings, Sims Fans!

We're inching ever closer to completing the game, and you can really feel a change in the office atmosphere. We're all crunching pretty hard right now, but the mood feels more festive by the moment, and you can bet that when the game goes final we're gonna party like it's 2999! And come September 17th, we hope you'll join in the party as well, The Sims 2 style!

Greetings Sim Fans,

Greetings, Sims Fans!