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First Expansion: University? [Update]
Sims have been made smarter with the upgrade from the Sims 1 to the Sims 2. But could it be the first expansion pack will take it even a step further? Over at GameStop a title has appeared on CD-Rom, that's called "The Sims 2: University". Its release is set to 1 May 2005, but that's likely to change as EA's CEO Larry Probst had already stated it would be released in the first quarter of the next year. Any more details are not yet revealed but we'll keep you updated. Also see GameStop's product details for more. Thanks to James Magenta for the link.

[Update 18 November 2004, 23:25] With thanks to James for the new link, GameStop has removed and put back the product details for the pack. Remarkable is its price tag, of $39.99 ($10 more than Sims 1 expansion packs), but also the new release date which matches what EA CEO Larry Probst told earlier: it's now set for 21 March according to GameStop. We'll keep you updated!

Written at 18:29 on Friday, 12 November 2004 by ChEeTaH.

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Written at 11:07 on Wednesday, 17 November 2004 by James Magenta (JamesMagenta)
Edited at 11:09 on Wednesday, 17 November 2004 by James Magenta (JamesMagenta)
Gamestop have removed UNIVERSITY from there site.

Written at 23:53 on Thursday, 18 November 2004 by James Magenta (JamesMagenta)
Gamestop have put back up the UNIVERSITY page whit a new release date.It is now to be released on the 21 of march(the old release date was 1 of may)The link in the newspost does not work they must have changed the link address when they put the page back up.

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