In one notable case, the makers of The Sims Online banned a player for publishing a Weblog about the game--a blog that reported on a cybersex brothel with child prostitutes.
What does SO stand for?
SO stands for Sims Online (game)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 33 other meanings of SO in our Acronym Attic
- Sheriff's Office
- Shipment Order
- Shipment/Shipping Order
- Shout Out (Internet slang)
- Show of Oil (drilling reports)
- Siehe Oben (German: see above)
- Sign Off
- Significant Other
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The game sells relentlessly worldwide, especially with the release of Sims Online and endless expansion packs, but creator Will Wright decided it's time it was given a makeover.
Newsweek reported in 2002 that the designers of The Sims Online intend to "hand the economy and the governing structure over to the subscribers, so that each city effectively becomes a SimCity controlled by its players" This has not happened yet, perhaps in part because Maxis has met with unexpected difficulty preventing an explosion of vice, crime, and vigilantism in the new game's environs.
The Sims Online is the Internet, multi-player version of the top-selling PC game of all time, The Sims(TM).
The Sims Online was unpopular not just with the gaming subculture, which never really understood The Sims" appeal to begin with, but also with Sims fans, who found it less rewarding than the original.
The first is the launch of high-profile online computer games like The Sims Online, which allows players to interact with each other in a series of startlingly complex virtual neighborhoods.