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The Sims 2: Teen Style Stuff review

Terrible
AT A GLANCE
  • Playing dress-up
  • Annoying Dad
  • Gothing out your teen
  • Lack of style choices
  • Being super-skinny
  • Wasting money on this

Dec 18, 2007

To properly review Teen Style Stuff we decided to recreate our own teenage life. Enter my father-figure Pope John Paul II, a chubby-faced Viking-helmet wearing Lothario with his face painted to look like a tiger. His turn-ons include stinkiness. Turn-offs? Fat chicks. It’ll be his job to mould us into a fine young teenager.

And here’s us, a 15 year-old girl with everything to prove and nothing to lose. The sliders won’t recreate our true body weight, instead restricting us to the anorexic standards EA expects all young girls to adhere to.



Teen Style Stuff allows teens to express their unique style through 60 new items, whether that be trendy Emo-goth, daddy’s little princess, or even trendy Emo-goth! We can’t seem to find the drugs and alcohol button to send our teenage sims on an experimental wonder trip of intoxicated bliss, though. And they must be waiting until the next expansion to add the option to get pregnant, drop out of school and become a hideous burden on your parents.

We would never become a hideous burden on our dad John Paul though, because we’re happy with plain old The Sims 2 and don’t want awful money-grabbing expansions like this. If you asked your parents for this for Christmas, they almost certainly hate you now.

More Info

Release date: Nov 06 2007 - PC (US)
Nov 09 2007 - PC (UK)
Available Platforms: PC
Genre: Simulation
Developed by: EA GAMES
Franchise: The Sims
ESRB Rating:
Teen: Crude Humor, Sexual Themes, Violence

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