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  • Summary: Add excitement to your Sims' family with this all-new collection of furniture, clothing, and décor. Decorate the home with an assortment of cool new furnishings, including upscale living room items and adventurous bedroom sets. Dress your Sims in matching attire for an amusing day out with the family. With 60 new items from castle beds to cruise ship replicas, your Sims now have more stuff for family fun. [Electronic Arts] Expand
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  1. This is a marketing bullet, heading straight for the impressionable brains of your child/wife/mother/effeminate brother (delete as applicable) - and possibly even your own pocket. Avoid it. [Aug 2006, p.77]
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  1. JohnB.
    May 26, 2006
    8
    EA did a good job of putting some good objects in its second 'booster pack' but $20 seems a little much for a few new decorating options. There need to be a few more new objects with new interactions to make it feel worth the price. Expand
  2. TriciaN.
    Sep 17, 2006
    5
    It's O.K. but all it does is give you items unlike all the other expansions so I give it a 5.
  3. MarkL.
    Aug 7, 2006
    4
    What's worse than a game that costs $20 and adds barely anything to a game? The thing that annoyed me most about this is that even though it offers no change to the core game, it increases the system requirements. I had to buy a new graphics card just to play it. Not worth your money - there's more good stuff at Sims Exchange. Wait for the next proper EP (pets I believe). Expand