The Sims 2: Bon Voyage
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Shocking. I'm Actually shocked. This is what happened when I played Bon Voyage and what I can only assume is the entire point of the expansion.
I dressed my Sim in a grass skirt and sent him off to a Hawaiian village (one of three holiday locations) where, having booked a hotel room, he came across a woman. This woman, for no real reason other than social incompatibility algorithms, took a disliking to my Sim, a disliking that culminated in a bold confrontation around the hotel's hot tub that night. While four men relaxed in the tub, a heated science debate erupted mere feet away - my Sim claimed 'rockets', this woman insisted atoms'. Tempers flared.
So my Sim hit her - he physically assaulted the woman in a savage beating that lasted half an hour. Instead of helping the victim, the four men hopped out of the tub and started cheering. They whooped and shook their hands in the air as the woman desperately tried to escape the vicious attack, only to be brutally dragged back into the affray for a further thrashing.
An expansion pack which, as far as I can ascertain, is almost exclusively about violence against women? Why, this sounds like the unearthly scraping of barrel-bottoms. How about knocking one out about magic tricks or something before you go developing this frankly offensive software? Bon Voyage also contains some jewellery.
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- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP