Excerpt: There’s something to be said for retro games and Woody Two-Legs Attack of the Zombie Pirates certainly fits the bill. You play the unlucky pirate who, having found a vast cache of treasure, is suddenly chased down by a certain Mr Jones.
Excerpt: It's a beautiful day over at the VideoGamer.com office. The sun is shining, the birds are singing. All of this can only mean one thing: I'm ill. Yes, nature is laughing at me, wiping its hideous diseases on my face and mocking me triumphantly. Here I am, in the height of HD weather, bedridden.
Conclusion: EA really have cracked it this time. For anyone without a PC, The Sims 3 is the perfect port and it’s a great introduction to the franchise for anyone who enjoys the comfort of a sofa for their god-playing.
Excerpt: The Sims and the consoles have not gotten along. Because of the inability to translate the full Sims experience to differing platforms, the essence of the franchise was lost most of the time. The PS2 iterations were too different from what people were familiar with. URBZ ? Don’t get me started.
Excerpt: The Sims has traditionally been a stronghold on PC. For EA, it was a license to print money. Endless expansions and now on its 2nd sequel, it seems nothing can stop them now. But on console it has been a different story.