Release Date: April 2008
ESRB Rating: T for Teen
- New objects, need I say more?
- Contemporary designs
- Walls & floors are hit or miss
"The Sims 2 Kitchen and Bath Interior Design Stuff Pack" Features
- New kitchen and bathroom objects, both functional and decorative.
- Clothing for the chief in training.
- Towel rack, spices, hanging pans, and new paintings are examples of included decor.
- Walls and floors designed for kitchens and bathrooms.
- Requires "The Sims 2" to play.
"The Sims 2 Kitchen and Bath Interior Design Stuff Pack" Review
First problem is the the number of new items. The number of objects includes the recolors. There are not many new items when recolors are not counted. Which brings us to the second problem. The cost. Buy stuff packs on sale. They are often on sale sometimes within days of release.
With those complaints out of the way, let's get to the good stuff. The styles of objects are modern, hip, and come in basic colors. Kitchen stuff includes counters and appliances to give rooms a couple of different looks. The bath stuff is limited to a shower, tub, and couple of toilets along with a few decor items. The decor items of spice racks, stove hood, hanging pots and pans, towel racks, and mirrors are my favorite items.
Download addicts won't find anything here they can't live without. The additional objects are wonderful for gamers who don't have want or have access to user created items. Great for those who's houses are all started to look the same. I knew I tend to use many of the same sets.
You aren't missing anything too exciting by not buying the pack. It's decent but nothing you can't live without - especially with so many wonderful user made downloads out there.