"Expand the customization, minimize the headaches-that appears to be EA's M.O. for The Sims 3, the latest addition to the franchise that captured the hearts of hardcore and casual gamers alike. While my preview time revealed few game changers (still no religion or poverty or anything that resembles real world drama), the developers have further perfected the virtual dollhouse.
Previously, customization involved choosing from select options provided by the game or those skilled enough to create furniture, designs and models. The first two titles, while exceptionally user-friendly still had a small barrier for entry when it came to crafting a face that mirrors yours or your favorite movie stars. It took some skill and time to replicate that wallpaper design you love."