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The Sims 3
Game Description:The Sims return yet again in this third full evolution of the long-running and always-expanding sim series. The Sims 3 allows you to immerse your unique Sims in an open living neighborhood right outside their door, interacting with other Sims using the new, deeper personality system. The game also allows you to customize anything, anywhere. From floors to flowers, fashions to sofas, wallpaper to window shades and more, The Sims 3 gives you all the flexibility and options you need to be the architect of your dream house or explore your interior design skills to outfit your ultimate home. Your Sims can make home an ultra-deluxe mansion, a cool bachelor pad, family’s dream home or charming cottage. The choice is yours.
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The Sims 3 News

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  • 'The Sims 3' Trailer

    Electronic Arts is revisiting one of the best selling videogame franchises of all time with the newly announced The Sims 3, coming in 2009 for the PC. Should make a nice companion with Spore. We predict EA dominating the PC sales charts for a long time to come. Watch Larger Version of this Video

    Posted July 16, 2008| 4 Comments

    'The Sims 3' Trailer
  • The Sims Breaks 100 Million Sold

    EA announced this morning that The Sims series has sold over 100 million copies. That's a crap-ton of Simoleons, eh? Our pet theory is that there a million different expansion packs and additions to the game, and each one sold 100 copies, but no matter how it got there, 100 million is a lot of videogames. "Over the years, we've seen an...

    Posted April 16, 2008| 9 Comments

    The Sims Breaks 100 Million Sold
  • A Peek In 'The Sims 2's' New Bathroom...

    Wanna look inside a ladies' room, even though you're clearly not a lady? Experience the wonder, courtesy of The Sims 2: Kitchen and Bath that comes out later this month. The expansion will come out on the 15th for PCs.

    Posted April 1, 2008| 11 Comments

    A Peek In 'The Sims 2's' New Bathroom...
  • 'Sims 3' Official

    The third installment in the best-selling PC game of all time is on the way. That's right, The Sims 3 is coming in 2009. The big draw: Open world. Now your little fake people will be able to wander a larger world filled with other fake people and fake trees, and perhaps a fake dog or two. Even landmarks like a local park or City Hall are yours...

    Posted March 19, 2008| 12 Comments

    'Sims 3' Official
  • 'Sims 3' Revealed

    The issue of Games for Windows magazine has a huge scoop: The revelation that The Sims 3 is on its way. The latest version of the best-selling PC game franchise of all time will feature more activity outside of your Sims' little house, with a whole sandbox world open to the fake, better-looking you. Although you'll have to pick up the magazine...

    Posted March 7, 2008| 7 Comments

    'Sims 3' Revealed
  • Games You Didn't Get For Father's Day

    Posted: June 23, 2009

    3,113 Views | 01:54

  • The Sims 3 for PC Review

    Posted: June 22, 2009

    16,461 Views | 02:40

  • Pixie Lott's 'Mama Do' for The Sims 3 Behind The Scenes Vid

    Posted: June 22, 2009

    1,868 Views | 02:55

  • The Sims 3 E3 2009 Remix Music Video Trailer

    Posted: June 5, 2009

    319 Views | 01:50

  • The Sims 3 E3 2009 Launch Trailer

    Posted: June 3, 2009

    290 Views | 01:35


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