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HAPPY NEW YEAR, ZONERS !!!

On behalf of the management and staff at The Sims Zone, we would like to wish you a very Happy New Year.

In 2010, we will be bringing you our usual high standard of news reporting, product reviews, content reports and downloads for your perusal and enjoyment.

Firstly, we will be giving you a series of indepth reports about The Sims 3: World Adventures on how to get the most out of your adventuring experience.

Secondly, we will be telling you all about the Create-A-World Tool, how it works and how we rate it compared to previous means of creating your own community.

Thirdly, there is bound to be another expansion pack (or two) out this year. We will be reviewing them as well and giving you our considered opinions and detailed guides.

On top of that, our staff will be creating new lots and content for you to enjoy. If, by any chance, you wish to apply your talents and join the staff here at the zone, please contact me directly and let me know what you can do.

Once again, HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!!



Written at 00:00 on Friday, 1 January 2010 by Andy.

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Written at 01:01 on Friday, 1 January 2010 by Rosana (TSZ) (Rosana)
Happy New Year!! :D

Written at 11:41 on Tuesday, 2 March 2010 by joeleyn (jade1997)
hello
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