The Sims 3 Shows Off with Sarah Palin vids

November 2, 2008 -

Maxis is serving up a preview of The Sims 3 engine with a pair of videos featuring a Sim Sarah Palin.

In the trailer embedded here on GP, the Republican VP candidate dances (in camouflage lingerie) at a rally. In a second video Palin tussles with her opposite number, Democrat Joe Biden.

John McCain and Barack Obama also appear. We enjoyed this little notation at the end of the trailers:

No candidates were injured during the making of this video.

 

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Re: The Sims 3 Shows Off with Sarah Palin vids

That was pretty funny.  That's the first time I've heard a Sim-speak rap.

Re: The Sims 3 Shows Off with Sarah Palin vids

I thought this would be corny, but it was funny.

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Re: The Sims 3 Shows Off with Sarah Palin vids

Too bad on the, no candidates were injured...  I was hoping something happened where we would be required to have a relection.

EA supports the republican party though, one of the extremely few game companies that supports the republican party by the way.

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Re: The Sims 3 Shows Off with Sarah Palin vids

Good stuff. I love Obama falling off his seat in shock and awe.

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Re: The Sims 3 Shows Off with Sarah Palin vids

Dude watch it again, Obama falls off a treadmill.

 

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Re: The Sims 3 Shows Off with Sarah Palin vids

Ha!! Brilliant!

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