The Sims 3: Pets Review – Starting From Scratch On Consoles
18 October 2011
Conclusion: Concept: Give your sims pets…again. At least you can control them this time
Graphics: I encountered plenty of slowdown and texture popping, but the level of detail on the pets is impressive
Sound: The extra “meows” and “woofs” mix right in with the classic Sims-style soundtrack
Playability: The controls work fine, though they are cumbersome compared to the PC interface (especially the camera)
Entertainment: If you have an unconditional love of animals – no matter where...
Conclusion: Over all the achievements are all achievable and there are a few sneaky shortcuts to some of the longer achievements, so for all you 100%er's out there i would highly recommend this game. Well thats about it for my review you. If u like you can leave comments with any points you'd like to add or even just your favorite achievement? Anyway Happy hunting everyone!
Excerpt: The Sims 3 makes its HD-gen console debut in this impressive port that, despite long loading times and a few technical quirks, retains the addictive and enjoyable nature of its computer counterpart.
Pros: Easy to master console control scheme; Karma powers offer an additional set of tools for toying with/tormenting your Sims
Conclusion: The laid back nature of The Sims 3 transfers to consoles almost effortlessly in this new age of HD gaming, and if it wasn’t for some serious issues on the older generation Xboxs, it’d be scoring much higher. If you have an Xbox 360 S however, the road is open for good times, as it boasts a great control scheme and will give you hours of hours of addictive fun. What more can you ask for?
Excerpt: While I’ve grown accustomed to playing The Sims on PC, my gaming interests completely shifted to consoles two years ago. I’ve stopped upgrading RAM and video cards while reducing my PC game time from few hours a week to few hours a year. Leaving The Sims behind wasn’t easy. I did however upgrade my PC last year and one of the games that made it to my desktop was The Sims 3. It was great and all, but my console’s siren call was way too alluring to be ignored.
Summary: À l’an 2000, tout le monde parlait du bogue et de la façon dont ce « crash » informatique allait transformer le monde d’aujourd’hui. Le bogue de l’an 2000, fût un grand flop, mais la sortie du premier jeu mettant en vedette les Sims allait gagner le cœur de millions de personnes. Depuis 2000, ce jeu d’abord développé pour PC aura deux suites, soit les Sims 2 et les Sims 3 en plus d’avoir plusieurs extensions pour les différentes versions. Question de marketing et de...
Pros: Liberté du joueur L’ambiance Les Karmas Le son et la musique La durée de vie L’univers des Sims en entier
Cons: Les graphiques Les temps de chargements Les contrôles