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CaSIE (now "Body Shop") Update
It's a quiet time when it comes to news for The Sims, but we've got some major news. CaSIE, which has apparantly changed name again to "The Sims 2 Body Shop". The reason of the name change is unknown, but it could be to get rid of the confusion between "CaSIE" and the (in-game) "CaS". The current release date for this tool is set to May 2004, which means we'll have to wait another month and a bit. GameSpot has posted 3 new screenshots, of which one is of TS2BS. The other 2 are taken from the game, using custom Sims. Make sure to check them out. Recently we also gave you some screenshots which will probably be included in the next newsletter. The name "Body Shop" was already mentioned back then, but it wasn't clear that it was the new name of CaSIE yet.

Written at 12:19 on Tuesday, 23 March 2004 by ChEeTaH.

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Written at 20:36 on Tuesday, 23 March 2004 by James Magenta (JamesMagenta)
Edited at 20:39 on Tuesday, 23 March 2004 by James Magenta (JamesMagenta)
computer and videogames website has said the sims2 body shop will be released on the 10th of may.and maxis are hopeing to release the sims 2 in september.hope thats ture

Written at 21:01 on Tuesday, 23 March 2004 by Hayley (girlygirl09)
I like those screen shots but will our Sims have that face paint stuff on them? Thanks.

Written at 22:47 on Tuesday, 23 March 2004 by ChEeTaH (TSZ Webmaster) (ChEeTaH)
You can make make-up using a paint program, and then decide yourself if your Sims will have that make-up on. So it's all up to you.


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