The Sims: Life Stories Crack/Patch

The Sims: Life Stories Play through all the great moments of your Sim's life in this easy-to-play, laptop-friendly version of The Sims. In the new and engaging directed Story mode, you take your Sims through a unique and entertaining storyline full of romance and dramatic twists. You even unlock cool rewards along the way as you achieve set goals. In open-ended Classic mode, you create Sims and then choose how they'll fulfill their dreams through life's biggest moments. Stay connected by using your own IM and email while playing. [Electronic Arts]

Download The Sims: Life Stories Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 74 / 100
User rating
7.7
Downloads 1173
Genre Simulation, Miscellaneous, Virtual Life, Virtual
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
EA Games / Maxis

The Sims: Life Stories reviews ( 5 )

DeniseS., Mar 22, 2007

Some minor glitches prevented reaching goals in each story (players got stuck, did not arrive on time to a set place, etc.) but overall, this is an excellent, portable way for me to take my Sims to work. And most things are able to be imported from your regular Sims 2 game, with a few exceptions, so it's a great way to get a Sims fix on the go!

LeeR., Jun 12, 2007

This game is great but there are some things wrong. Like when Aunt sharon gets kidnapped in Rileys story and she turns up like normal. Then it say "An error has occured on Rileys story. We will have to go back to your default save." That really annoyed but it only deleted a day. Then it did it again because Mickey and agora wouldn't get married and that lost me two days of the game! Overall 9/10. I recomend this game to someone patience (no-one like me because I'm not patient).

JimmusM., Feb 17, 2007

I bought this one and promptly took it back. What is the point? The games gives you two pre-made characters and a backstory to guide you through their lives. There are new shortcut keys for basic things like eating and answering the phone, but again, you couldn't click on those things before? The game does run well on a laptop, so the portability factor might be appealing to some. It just feels like Sims 2.1 or something, having interactions and objects from some of the expansion packs. This game might be fine for someone who cannot think of motivations for a Sim, but the rest of us can make up our own direction, thank you. Save your money for Sims 2:The Seasons.

MikeT., Feb 18, 2007

Adding stories to the game is a good idea, just a shame that the game is so short. Experienced simmers will likely fly through this and then go back to regular sims. Too expensive for what it is - at least in the UK. Only play this if for some reason you can't run the regular game on your pc and desperately needs a sims fix. Hopefully we'll see a story based expansion pack for the regular edition of the Sims, although it will have to contain substantially more gameplay than this very time limited offering.

MikeT., Feb 28, 2007

Adding stories to the game is a good idea, just a shame that the game is so short. Experienced simmers will likely fly through this and then go back to regular sims. Too expensive for what it is - at least in the UK. Only play this if for some reason you can't run the regular game on your pc and desperately needs a sims fix. Hopefully we'll see a story based expansion pack for the regular edition of the Sims, although it will have to contain substantially more gameplay than this very time limited offering.