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MySims
Game Description:In MySims you can create original characters, build a town, grow a community and discover a world of your own. Start by personalising the appearance of your MySims from head to toe and go on to unlock cool new items as you befriend and build relationships with your neighbours. Make your creations unique when you design your own homes, shops, restaurants and more in this fun, open-ended game. All that you need is a little creativity and some help from the locals! Now on the PC with new online features and characters! Have fun with friends safely in a shared online game space and discover surprises and wonders in your newly created town with the MySims you love and a new cast of characters! Now in MySims, made for the PC, you can find all the fun of the first game plus new online features and all-new characters to spark your creativity. Safely chat, interact and play games like Tag and Hide-and-Seek with your online buddies. Construct buildings and create objects to use cooperatively with up to seven friends that are online with you. Like trading cards, share your creations with your friends in-game, as well as outside the game via email or instant message so that others can enjoy them in their own MySims town. The choice to play online is yours, so you can decide to play as a single-player or expand your experience by playing with friends in an online neighborhood.
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MySims News

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  • Electronic Arts Signs Merchandising Deal With Creative Minx Marketing (Who?)

    Electronic Arts has signed an "outbound marketing" deal with Creative Minx Marketing. The deal covers numerous EA properties, including The Sims, MySims, Dead Space, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Dante's Inferno, and Army of Two. The relationship should result in oodles of merchandise for these franchises. In today's press release, Patrick...

    Posted May 13, 2009| 7 Comments

    Electronic Arts Signs Merchandising Deal With Creative Minx Marketing (Who?)
  • EA Releases PC DRM Management Tool

    Electronic Arts has released a DRM Management Tool for its PC games released after May of last year. The tool will allow users to deauthorize game installs so the title can be reinstalled after a change of computer or hardware. Previously, EA had released individual tools for specific games, but this tool will cover all applicable EA...

    Posted March 31, 2009| 15 Comments

    EA Releases PC DRM Management Tool
  • EA Signs With Movie Moguls UTA

    Game publisher Electronic Arts is moving into the movies. The company has signed a deal with Hollywood playas at the United Talent Agency where UTA will help EA "develop a comprehensive strategy for moving its intellectual property into the realm of large-budget motion pictures and television series." UTA's press release mentions...

    Posted July 23, 2008| 3 Comments

    EA Signs With Movie Moguls UTA
  • EA Unleashes E3 Schedule

    The mighty, mighty Electronic Arts unleashed their E3 schedule this afternoon, and it is predictably fierce and impressive. Like a 290 lb Lineman in Madden 09, EA's games will crush your very bones. “EA’s 2008 lineup is our best ever,” said EA CEO John Riccitiello. “This is the year that our core franchises leap forward...

    Posted July 10, 2008| 20 Comments

    EA Unleashes E3 Schedule
  • 'MySims' Comes To PC

    Click the image below for the MySims image gallery Not-quite-a-Sims game MySims is migrating from the Wii to the PC. While the game's building and character customization will be similar to the Wii version, there a bunch of new features native to the PC version of this title: Chat interact and play games like Tag and Hide-and-Seek with...

    Posted July 7, 2008

    'MySims' Comes To PC
  • The Sims Breaks 100 Million Sold

    EA announced this morning that The Sims series has sold over 100 million copies. That's a crap-ton of Simoleons, eh? Our pet theory is that there a million different expansion packs and additions to the game, and each one sold 100 copies, but no matter how it got there, 100 million is a lot of videogames. "Over the years, we've seen an...

    Posted April 16, 2008| 9 Comments

    The Sims Breaks 100 Million Sold
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