The Sims 2: Night Life Reviewed
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Applelinks' latest review heads out for a night on the town with The Sims 2: Nightlife. One of the latest expansions for the popular Sims sequel. Nightlife introduces a variety of new activities for Sim characters including dating, owning cars, and the chance to become a vampire. Applelinks gave Nightlife a score of 5 out of 5.
From the review:
There are vampires haunting the city late at night; one part sexy seducers, and one part goofy as all get out. Stalking the streets (literally, cape over nose) and going "bleh, bleh," the vampires are looking to rock it till the break of dawn, literally. And if you let your Sims cozy up to them, you risk getting a hickey you won't soon forget. The full review can be found at the link below.
Applelinks: The Sims 2 Nightlife Review
The nice part about being a Sim vampire is that you don't have to worry about eating or taking care of your other physical needs. You can shake your thang for as long as you like, provided that you make it back to your coffin (yep, you have to buy one) before the dawn's early light and it's Ash Wednesday every day of the week. The drawbacks are that since you can't go out in the day, having any kind of conventional job is impossible, so you'll have to resort to getting a job at night (cutting into your social life, which is the whole reason to become a vampire) or trying your luck at the poker table.
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