Electronic Arts is responding to the ridiculous allegations by attorney Jack Thompson, who said the other day that the game contains "full frontal nudity, including nipples, penises, labia, and pubic hair". Very exciting, but not true.
"This is nonsense," said Jeff Brown, spokesman for EA. "Reasonable people understand there is nothing improper in the game." He added, ""Reasonable people recognize what mods are. A consumer who chooses to use a mod does so without any kind of agreement with the company. There is no nudity. There is nothing improper or vulgar in 'The Sims 2.' " [...] "Reasonable people understand the San Jose Mercury News is not responsible for vulgar things that people doodle into the margins of the paper,"" Brown said.Thompson now acknowledges the Sims 2 nudity does not come with the game, but says EA still needs to prevent these kind of mods.