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48

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8.4

Generally favorable reviews- based on 26 Ratings

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  • Summary: (Also known as "The Sims 2: Christmas Party Pack") Add some holiday joy to your Sims' lives with The Sims 2 Holiday Party Pack! Get into the holiday spirit and deck out your Sims' homes with 40 new objects and décor items. If you already own The Sims 2, this limited edition collection of holiday items is the perfect gift to give your Sims this season! The Sims 2 Holiday Party Pack will be available on November 17 via direct order from the EA Store. Get festive and decorate your Sim's house with Mistletoe, Stockings, Snowmen, Wreaths, Winter-themed Paintings and more! Complete the house exterior with Christmas Lights, Frosted Windows, and Reindeer Lawn Ornaments. Dress up as Santa or Mrs. Claus and experience their arrival on Christmas Eve. Throw a happening New Year's Eve party and don't forget to set off some fireworks. Includes all 12 objects featured in The Sims 2 Holiday Giveaway. Also includes previously released holiday favorites from Easter, Chanukah, Kwanzaa and Halloween. [Electronic Arts] Collapse
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 4
  2. Negative: 2 out of 4
  1. If only there were a way to make The Sims have a flavor that lasts longer than your average stick of gum. That would be a game worth buying.
  2. While this party pack might only have 40 items, many of which you can download, at the end of the day, when all your Sims are together surrounded by Christmassy deco - well, that's all that matters. Merry Christmas everybody!
  3. A poor showing. Costing £10 to purchase just the add-on pack it is overpriced for the extra content it provides. You can download a hell of a lot more extras from The Sims 2 community sites online and these are free in most cases.
  4. If you fancy the beautiful Christmas garlands or a customisable snowman or a Christmas tree... well, why not just head over to the Sims 2 site and download them. They've been up there for a year, after all. No, I'm not joking.
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