The Sims 3 - computer game

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      The Sims 3 contained a lot of surprising developments for me, especially as I had not played Sims 2. Jumping from Sims 1 to Sims 3 was great - so many things had improved and been added.

      As a game on its own, not just as a third in a trilogy, it’s a pretty fun game. It’s strange how so many things just happen on their


      own - if you just leave them be, your characters will do things autonomously, which is unusual for a game. It’s an improvement over Sims1 for sure - I spent so much time in Sims 1 just trying to get my Sims to go to the bathroom and to eat and sleep and get to work.

      In Sims 3, you can see more things. You’re ...


      • not stuck in one house, there’s an entire town, and the Sims can engage in so many more activities. There’s also more of a point other than just getting your Sim money and a house. They have Lifetime Wants now.

        The graphics are smooth and easy to look at. Nothing looks too lifelike but I think that might be weird anyway.

        The game easily loads screens,

        although there are occasionally strange glitches and sometimes installing the patches causes you to lose parts of your game.

        There are lots of things you can add to the game available in the EA store, plus there are already several expansion packs, so you will never run out of things to add for your Sim.

        It is a bit like running your own soap opera, I think.

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