While I was a little too young for most of the LSL games I had Love for Sail on the Mac (shows how old that game was) and I loved it. Was interested in seeing how nudity (usually gained from easter eggs, which involved typing) got into this game, No Easter Eggs hallelujah, the mini games were fun and the dialogue was top notch the only thing i missed were the clever names like Drew Baringmore, Dome More, Victorian Principles, Jaimie Lee Coitus, and my favorites Nail Me, and Whydoncha Juggs, but overall the dialogue, and the mistakes that can make it even funnier makes up for the lame names
posted by NUKEMUTANT (LOS ANGELES, CA) Nov 17, 2008
Member since Jan 2007
This game is awesome, it is definitely a guy's game. Do not take this game seriously, because it is really funny and satisfying to see the social interactions throughout the game. This game consists of a series a fun (yet sometimes repetitive) mini games that advance to game to meet new girls. Great and funny dialog that references pop culture and raunchy hijinks. Other reviewers hate on this game for some reason, I think maybe Larry has more of social life than those that hate this game. Don't miss out on this one, it is fun.
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I couldn't wait to check out the game... Yes, I am female but most of my friends are guys so I guess I'm a bit "open minded"!
Anyway, I have XBOX 360. The game is compatible, but it was released for the XBOX original. Game play is a bit difficult. The challenges are nearly impossible (perhaps it's because of the 360 controller setup). I was hoping there was a bit more room for customization; something similar to a Sims feel. No such luck.
I'll definitely try out the new one when it hits the shelves.