News10 Game Guys Review: "Sims 3" for the PC

Since the beginning, "The Sims" has always been about life at home. Sure, there have been expansions that take players out of the house (especially in "Sims 2") but it never really flowed very well and was plagued with load screens. In "Sims 3" not only are there no load screens in-between locations, but the entire town is playable on one zoomable map.

Just as "Sims 2" was a vast graphical improvement over the original, "Sims 3" is a gameplay improvement over the second installment. Sure, the graphics are much better but that would be expected seeing as the capabilities of the average home PC is better now than it was a couple of years ago. One aesthetic thing that seems to have stayed constant is...

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