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MTV Looking For Simmers
Young Sims fans in the USA of under 22, willing to share their stories of the Sims, are able to star in a MTV documentary that's currently in the make. Especially stories that focus on "the Sims game helping to make people's fantasies become realities" are wanted. If the game has made you less insecure, or if it has affected your real life in either a positive or negative way, or if it made you go somewhere you've never been, either in real or Sims life, then you might be the one MTV wants. You can enter by sending in some personal information and, if you have one, a video of yourself. All the details about entering are in this thread in which MaxoidKane announces the documentary. When the documentary will be shown is unknown, as is if the show is on only in the US or also elsewhere on local MTV channels. Thanks to SP Zone for the link.

Written at 00:49 on Wednesday, 12 October 2005 by ChEeTaH.

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Written at 07:51 on Wednesday, 23 November 2005 by queen_bria
Which Sims game was MTV referring to? I need to know because I would like to buy that game. Please respond soon. Thanks a lot.


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