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The Sims Superstar Expansion Pack
Platform: Windows 2000, Windows XP
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ESRB Rating: Teen
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  • All new gameplay centered around a new fame score in the game UI.
  • Build skills and win famous Sim friends to advance through ten levels of fame.
  • Sign up with the Talent Agency to embark upon your dreams by looking through the tabloid, which is delivered to your house.
  • Win a variety of different awards for achieving gameplay goals, including The Simmy Award and The Sim Choice Award.NEW LOCATION AND OBJECTS
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2. The Sims Vacation Expansion Pack
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4. The Sims: Hot Date Expansion Pack
5. The Sims 2
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Product Details
  • CD-ROM (May 13, 2023)
  • ASIN: B00008LUMU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 Based on 155 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 285

Customer Reviews

1 of 4 people found the following review helpful:

4Fame all around!, Feb 16, 2023
The Sims Superstar is ok, if you want to become famous! But if you want to stay at home and have parties then you have to get another expansion pack. Once you begin trying to become famous you have to visit Studio Town reguarly, and practice which gets boring really fast, thats all i have to say :D

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

5a great and entertaining game, Jan 29, 2023
The sims superstar is such a great expansion pack! New features and ojects allow you to explore the sims world more. the new objects are great to and fufilled my every sims need. Im very addicted to it though. Its exciting to be a celebrity but its hard to get to be one. I liked having my sim play piano or guitar do a photo shoot or do kareoke. definetly a must buy :-)

0 of 8 people found the following review helpful:

4its was good, Jan 2, 2023
it was good but its not easy to be a success in this game

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful:

4Been There, Done That but to No Avail..., Oct 27, 2022
I fell for the very flashy (I own the Collector's Edition), orange cover art of this game, and I completely bought everything it said to me, but I've been a bit disappointed. The Sims Superstar can start to lag and be very tedious especially once your Sim has achieved 2 stars. The modelling for swimwear and winterwear is endless, and I always hope in vain after every shoot that the chart would be upgraded for my Sim to have 2 and a half stars. I'm still in the midst of playing it and none of my Sims are superstars yet.

I recommend you to install this expension pack or if not, sign up with the Talent Agency only if your Sims already have high points in Creativity, Body and Charisma for you to go into the nuts and bolts straight away. It's almost impossible to work on it after you've signed up with the Talent Agency as Body for instance tires Sims out easily, and they tend to sleep the whole day away, and once they wake up, its their Fun that's lacking which takes half a day to satisfy, soon its back to their Energy bar dropping again and there won't really be a time to go to Studio Town which isn't all fine and dandy since postponing trips might cause your Sims to drop or lose star power all together.

Also, I recommend your Sim having a roommate. It's the social bar that's usually close to being empty through frequent visits to Studio Town, as other sims ranking higher than yours won't bother talking to you and other sims who are ranking low would only wantto hug you or ask for autographs. The fame-seeking sims are usually tired to bother going all the way to Downtown just to exchange a few words with their friends which could boost the social relationship immensly, while having a roommate is much easier. A quick hug or kiss will do, and the social bar's already a pale green.

I got off well with this expansion pack, and it was fun to watch my Sim progressing from a nobody to a somebody, but it's been quite stagnant for a while, which is boring. Still, it's not bad, maybe a little patience is required, that's all.

2 of 8 people found the following review helpful:

3Not as fun as I thought it would be, Sep 8, 2023
I know everyone has favorites in The Sims world. I enjoy the Hot Date expansion pack best, though I've learned to appreciate the House Party expansion and the Unleashed expansion (keep me away from those pets). But like the Vacation expansion pack, I found this one to be really undesirable.

The worst part? Because you actually work in "sim time" you never get a moment's rest from your sim. And home life becomes secondary to keeping up with all your famous friends.


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