Summary: Lots of fun if you love the Sims. If your computer can run it, I would recommend getting the PC version, because there is no DLC for this console version. My laptop is very outdated so I am happy with the PS3 version.
Summary: Sims 3 is a decent game for a second life sort of environment, plenty to do and keep you busy. The only problem with the game is limited by the PS3 running memory with only 1gb RAM. Save frequently, this game will freeze or crash once ina while.
Summary: Would give it a 5 but can't the only reason is its has a freakin fire meter which is kinda stupid I can't really make a big mansion without it turning red. 2 They're very limited on their Sim creator unlike the PC version the downloadable content on hairstyles aren't much either but other than that...
Summary: Everything was good, it arrived on time but the disc itself did have a few scratches and at times when playing the game it would freeze and not let me play until I restarted it so thats annoying, but overall nothing to worry about really
Summary: It's not a bad game but it is the first Sims game I haven't played on the PC. It's almost as fun as the PC versions but I feel it's not as effective. I am seriously considering trying to trade it in for a PC version.
Summary: The game itself is pretty fun but dislike the fact they took off the moving around like they had on the sims 3 for the ps3. So it goes back to that cursor again which is alright. The seller sucked. He gave me it used and scratched. I was lazy to file a claim since it was to be new and not used.