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  • So recently, I obtained the Sims 3 game on PC and now I decided I would do a review on it
  • I was a little disappointed because of this because I really like first-person, but it was not that big of a deal because I have played Sims 1 on Playstation 2 with the exact same user-interface
  • In Sims 3 on PC, you have many more options when building a house and lot when compared to the Sims 2, and I have to admit that I really enjoyed the wide variety of options
  • But I don't see how those little details even matter because I noticed you can barely see the Sims faces when you are playing, and I found that there is something missing in the characters (maybe realism) when compared to the Sims 2 on PC
  • I expected much more from it, and would recommend that you buy Sims 2 or wait for Sims 4 to come out instead of purchasing this product


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      Ever since I played the Sims 2 on an Xbox at my friends house about eight years ago, I was absolutely hooked. Even though I try to enjoy life to the fullest and I’m quite comfortable in reality, there is just something about the Sims games that makes escaping reality that much more fun. I had an absolute obsession with Sims 1 and 2 in my early teens, and I had it on every game console I owned. These game consoles were Playstation 2, Gameboy Advanced, my PC and my Sony PSP. For about four years, I stopped playing Sims 1 and 2, and did not play Sims 3 until a couple years after its release. So recently, I obtained the Sims 3 game on PC and

      now I decided I would do a review on it.

      The Sims 3 game is much more complicated than the Sims 2 game, and does not have the first-person playing mode which I loved in the Sims 2. It is basically like Sims 1 all over again regarding the player point of view. I was a little disappointed because of this because I really like first-person, but it was not that big of a deal because I have played Sims 1 on Playstation 2 with the exact same user-interface.

      In Sims 3 on PC, you have many more options when building a house and lot when compared to the Sims 2, and I have to admit that I really enjoyed the wide variety of options. You could raise and lower the ground on your lot, make a pond, and even fish on your own property. You also have many options when making your Sim as well, in regards to face structure. But I don’t see how those little details even matter because I noticed you can barely see the Sims faces when you are playing, and I found that there is something missing in the characters (maybe realism) when compared to the Sims 2 on PC. Overall, you have many more options in everything. I also liked how there is an option on the length of your Sims lifespan.

      However, there just seems to be something missing in the game. I found it really fun at the beginning, but then it gets boring quickly. Many of ...


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      my friends and on-line reviews agree with this statement. I believe the reason for this is that once you reach your goals, there is nothing left for you to do. And when you replay the game and start all over, it just ends up being like your last game. You will find that when you play it, you will start off poor, but then build your wealth and your skills and get a good job. And then you’ll get really rich, get married, and have a few kids. Then those kids will grow up, and you just repeat the process. It gets extremely boring and there is not that many challenges. I found Sims 2 much more interesting because of the story line that it had. Sims
      3 has no story line whatsoever and you are left alone to repeat the same life over and over again.

      Overall, I believe the game was a disappointment. And I hope that Sims 4 (which is coming out in the fall) will be much more interesting. I would not purchase this product unless you were to buy an extension with it, which make it a little more interesting. I will be doing a review on “The Night Life” and “Ambitions” Sims 3 extensions soon.

      As somebody who has played Sims 1 and 2 for years, I give Sims 3 a rating of 6. I expected much more from it, and would recommend that you buy Sims 2 or wait for Sims 4 to come out instead of purchasing this product.




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arda senbaklavaci says :

have this game. t is very good and entertaining game. t has expansions.Lots of expansions.When you buy and install that expansions, the game will became more entertaining. recommend to everyone.

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arda senbaklavaci says :

re : I expected much more from it, and would recommend that you buy Sims 2 or wait for Sims 4 to come out instead of purchasing this product
Wait for sims 4. Sims 2 looks very old according to Sims 4.

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alex says :

re : I expected much more from it, and would recommend that you buy Sims 2 or wait for Sims 4 to come out instead of purchasing this product
I would recommend sims freeplay if you have an android device, it’s free from the playstore and somehow different gameplay. The goals set here make me want to play more

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dimas says :

Yes I also play it, but too small to be seen in the smartphone and I still comfortable to play on a PC with more features as well

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pam says :

re : In Sims 3 on PC, you have many more options when building a house and lot when compared to the Sims 2, and I have to admit that I really enjoyed the wide variety of options
Yes I enjoyed this too, I love designing my house when playing Sims, exploring all kinds of furniture, appliances and decorations is fun

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