THE SIMS 2 MANSION AND GARDEN STUFF PACK HITS STORES TODAY

REDWOOD CITY, CA— November 20, 2008— Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) announced today that The Sims™ 2 Mansion and Garden Stuff Pack, the latest stuff pack for the critically-acclaimed PC Game The Sims 2, will hit store shelves today. The pack includes unique building elements that let you create mansions and gardens for your Sims in three all new architectural styles including Moroccan, Second Empire and Art Deco. There are a host of new architectural and landscaping items to choose from to make your Sims’ mansions look more stunning than ever.

You now have the ability to re-create your Sims’ homes into luxurious mansions with all-new items. You can add new character to your Sims’ estates with exotic columns, stunning new archways, chic ceiling fans, sweeping grand staircases and beautifully designed windows and doors. In addition, you can completely re-invent your Sims’ gardens with a colorful foundation of flower beds and shrubs including delicate irises, cheerful daylilies and bright sunflowers. Each different architectural style has a unique look and feel. You can transform your Sims’ home into an imposing Moroccan palace with lush gardens. You can build estates that are classic yet bold with the glamorous“Old Hollywood” style of Art Deco or create grand manors and sculpted landscapes with the romantic and elegant Second Empire theme.

The Sims 2, The Sims 2 Special DVD Edition, The Sims 2 Holiday Edition, The Sims 2 Deluxe or The Sims 2 Double Deluxe for PC is required to play The Sims 2 Mansion and Garden Stuff Pack. For more information about The Sims 2, please go to www.TheSims2.com.

 


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