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University Information Page Launched
The EA Games Website has launched page for The Sims 2: University Expansion Pack. The page features game description, system requirements, and screen shots. Although no "new" information is there, it is still worth a look. Go check out the page by clicking here.

Written at 08:48 on Friday, 31 December 2004 by Stash.

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Written at 19:52 on Tuesday, 4 January 2005 by Kimbeley Walsh (charliebustedru)
I have all the expansion packs for TS1, but I probably won't get it. It sounds cool- one of the best expanision packs- but I can't.

All mine, my friends and my sisters friends find it really,really slow. We can't play it at all! I have loads of space on my computer and everything is ok, so is it just us or is anyone elses so slow?

Written at 22:21 on Tuesday, 4 January 2005 by Ryan (luckydogryan)
Do you got a good video card? Because I had a Intel Extreme and it ran so SLOW! Then I got a new and expensive one and it works AWSOME! The water is clear and blue, I move around fast, and the pictures turn out great.

Written at 00:14 on Wednesday, 5 January 2005 by elvendragon
lol Yeah... I'm not sure if it's a Nvidea (whatever @ spelling) GeForce or a Radeon, but it's an X300.

woot! w00t! w007! \/\/007!!

Written at 19:22 on Wednesday, 5 January 2005 by Ashley (freaky_grrl)
sounds like your video card is the issue. I have a radeon 9200 and it works well.

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