The Sims 3 Review - ZTGD

ZeroTolerance Writes: It's hard to believe that The Sims has been around for over a decade. The PC life simulation series has seen countless spin-offs and expansion packs, and of course the prototypical console ports. However, up until now these console knock-offs have been nothing short of disappointing. Transitioning the mouse click style gameplay to a controller is no easy task. In the past the developers tried taking a different approach to the gameplay instead of simply trying to tweak and fix what was already there. The Sims 3 is a nice hybrid of both ideas that keeps the series' core concepts intact while giving it an identity of its own at the same time.

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Sam Fisher2542d ago (Edited 2542d ago )

why play it, when you can live it. lol

whats so fun playing god, if you want to play god, go get a science degree on something medical, then you can really play god, and get payed for it lol kidding kidding

Wii360BeatsPS32542d ago (Edited 2542d ago )

I got this the other day on 360 after not playing the Sims since the original on PC. It's a bit choppy frame rate wise, but I should probably instal to the hard drive to improve that. As the disk spins a lot. If you are after a proper sims game on consoles this is it. Once you get the controls down it's enjoyable. I would give it 8.5 so far after a few hours. That could easily go up to a 9 in a few days. If EA read any of these comments...

put the PC expansions on the consoles I want mummies and vampires.

Perjoss2542d ago

my guess is they may add the expansions as DLC instead of boxed versions.

I dont normally play these kinds of games but I decided to try Sims 3 on PC after watching a trailer that showed sims is not just about relationships and having kids or throwing parties, Its plays like a very advanced Tamagotchi and can be a lot of fun.

Dark-Cloud2542d ago

i remember playing sims , it was fun when i was a kid but now i don't know ....................