I have the game and all expansion packs, I can install the base game and with great difficulty I could install ONE of the expansions pack, wich really isn't enough for how I want to play.
But then I found this video on YouTube.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZMCb2lHQqA
Let's make Liberty and Justice For All a reality.
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Well, it does say that they currently have no plans, so not all hope is lost.
Actually I just found a box with all the sims 2 disks, so maybe I will try to figure out how to play them. I know for the original sims I had use a patch to bypass security software that is not in use on newer OS, so I wonder if it will be like that. Plus just dealing with a disc drive is a hassle theses days so I really wish they would make a digital version.
Yes, it's an old game. But say $30 vs. probably hundreds of dollars and lots of time and effort trying to track down all the disks is much better in my mind. Plus, this will be $30 in EA's pocket and not the secondary market. Plus, a good chunk of the sales GOG has is older titles. Not to mention, Sim City 2000 is from 1995, which predates the Sims franchise entirely; but is still on Origin. Thus, "It's Old" isn't an excuse at all.
That being said, why not TS1 also?
Well the game is old so I wouldn't say evil it's just they can't keep supporting a game that old it makes sense
If we get Origin fixed then we have to fix the problems with the game. It can be overwhelming, and its really troublesome when you know you have this game here, you spent money on, but you can't play it because there is problems with this other software or there are problems with the computer system.
With having the game on Origin platform the towns and public places we made with the game on disk are not compatible with the game on Origin, so the player has to start all over.
I have no problem playing my lots/Sims made with the original game disks from ages ago and the origin UC game. I'm sorry to hear you're having problems.