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Post by TiT @ 11:40am 24/07/14 | 6 Comments
EA recently announced it is ending support for The Sims 2, meaning there will no further patches or updates. As a token of good will, the publisher is upgrading all owners to the Ultimate Collection of the game. For a limited time, anyone can get the game for free.

In order to get your copy of The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection, which comes with every expansion and “stuff pack” for the title, you’ll need an Origin account. Once logged in, you’ll need to redeem the code “I-Love-The-Sims.” No need to enter the hyphens or quatation marks, but you'll need to hurry as the offer is only limited until July 31st.

Once complete, you’ll be the proud owner of The Sims, including all the swimming pools, toasters, and other hazards you could hope for. If you’re looking for a more recent experience, The Sims 3 is also available with even more content to please your inner simulator lifestyle.

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Posted 02:26pm 24/7/14
Wish they'd end support for Sims 3
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Posted 02:35pm 24/7/14
For those who want the TLDR:

Plug I-LOVE-THE-SIMS into Origin redeem key, get free Sims 2.
Posted 05:28pm 24/7/14
I will never play this... But at least I now own it.
Posted 05:58pm 24/7/14

Will give you a free copy of BF4 as well with all DLC's.
Posted 06:25pm 24/7/14
So they're giving away a two generation old game? Whoopdidoo. This would be like Firaxis giving away Civilization 2, or id Software giving away Quake 1.
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Posted 06:32pm 24/7/14
Except The Sims hasn't exactly evolved much since the second generation, and from what I recall, 2 was probably better than 3.
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