The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff – PC

November 2, 2013 by
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The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff – PC

The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff - PC

  • Turn your Sims’ living room into a haven of comfort and relaxation with a plush EKTORP sofa, a unique EXPEDIT TV unit, a complementing LEKSVIK coffee table, and chic décor, like the VANNA mirror.
  • Create a bold, vibrant, and revitalizing bedroom with a new MALM bed, matching chest of drawers, a shapely STORM floor lamp and a bright IKEA PS rug.
  • Indulge your Sims with an office that is sure to promote order and productivity with its elegant FREDRIK desk, inspiring KILA desk lamp, bold HELMER drawer unit, and LACK zigzag wall shelf.

Whether you want to create a trendy, spacious office, a chic living room, or a cozy and inviting bedroom, you can make your Sims’ dream house into something even better—a home. Design your Sims’ rooms to fit their personalities with all-new sofas, beds, tables, TV units, shelving, and more, in a variety of colors and patterns for a truly unique look. Add the finishing touches with popular IKEA wall art, mirrors, lighting, and vases. Be your Sims’ personal interior designer with inspiring

List Price: $ 19.99

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3 Comments on The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff – PC

  1. Brittany Rose on Sat, 2nd Nov 2013 6:06 am
    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Real Life Stuff, July 7, 2008
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    Brittany Rose (Winnipeg, MB) –
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    = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff – PC (CD-ROM)

    The newest in the Sims Stuff Packs came right on the heels of a visit to IKEA for me – and it was definitely cool to see real life (purchasable) items for my Sims homes. It’s neat that the items are all affordable – just like in real life – and that they generally match.

    The items included in this pack generally fall into one of three categories – bedroom, living room, or decor. If you feel like you’ve got enough items for these areas, then perhaps the IKEA pack is not for you. There are no new Create-A-Sim features for obvious reasons, although somewhat surprisingly there are wallpapers and floors that should compliment your new decor. The colour scheme is mostly red, black & white, so if you’re not a fan of a more modern look & feel, again, you may want to skip this one.

    The number one complaint I’ve seen to date is the fact the beds are extremely low in values (i.e. energy & comfort) and therefore not worth putting in homes. While I agree that this was disappointing for my more established sims, it was awesome news for my newbie sims that are just starting out and want a nicely furnished home. My complaint associated with beds would be the fact this was a great opportunity to add some more bed coverings – since IKEA has a great line of them – yet none were included.

    Overall I thought the items in this pack were nice and relatively different than what’s already included from other Sim games. There definitely could have been items, and a higher-end bed would have been nice, but overall this is a good pack if you like to create new sims who need to decorate on a budget.

    Also – kudos to IKEA, great integrated branding 🙂

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  2. Serene on Sat, 2nd Nov 2013 6:19 am
    32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Lacking in Stuff, July 1, 2008
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    Serene (Marina, CA, United States) –
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    = Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff – PC (CD-ROM)

    Stuff packs are packs Maxis produces to add additional content to the Sims2 franchise. Some packs are better than others. This pack was rather mediocre. First, there really is nothing that is all that great. The furniture is cute, but… er… Rather plain, and the accessories would suit any modern home or college dorm room, but most sims will soon be pining for the more comfortable stuff that costs more simoleans.

    In general, I might consider this good value if there was about twice as much content and some new stuff in the high comfort bracket. I’d pick this up in the bargain bin, but this is by far the worst ‘stuff pack’ around. Disappointing

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  3. S. Kruse on Sat, 2nd Nov 2013 7:08 am
    35 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not worth it, July 6, 2008
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    S. Kruse (Texas, USA) –
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    = Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: The Sims 2: IKEA Home Stuff – PC (CD-ROM)

    I’m a definite Sim-aholic, but I was very disappointed in this pack. Not much stuff, especially for the number of items at an IKEA store. You couldn’t furnish a whole house in IKEA stuff with this expansion pack. I think they really missed the mark on this — they could have sold us more REAL stuff for our REAL houses by putting a lot of stuff in this pack for our sims. I kept looking for basics that I had bought for my house in this pack, and didn’t find them.

    I also half thought that for stuff you had to put together (like bookcases) that the Sims would put it together themselves and get mechanical points for it. That seems to me the point of having an IKEA expansion pack, right?

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