Summary: I have always been a fan of simulation games: I sat in my father's lap and watched him play Train Simulation games when I was just a toddler. Then, as I got older, I became more interested in Microsoft Flight simulator.
Summary: I bought this product because I had the computer version, but every time I would use it my computer would move very slowly. It's a very fun game. I didn't like that I couldn't use it to it's full extent. When I received it, the online pass was already activated.
Summary: If there was any confusion about what you're getting with the Sims 3 on Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, let me clear it up for you: it's the Sims 3, the extremely popular PC life simulator, but on consoles.
Summary: This game is ok but it allways seemed that you had to spend hours and hours making your sim happy when really, maybe your sim couldn't be happy. I grew frustrated when I helped my sim get a job and by the time my sim had to go to work, she was hungry, tired, had to go to the bathroom, had to shower,...
Summary: This Sims has always been in my life, from the very first game to the latest expansion packs. The Sims 3 on console is almost exactly the same as the PC version, with some small changes. Although if you like a fast-paced game, it's in your best interest to buy this game on PC.
Great installment, but lack of online interaction is very disappointing.
9 January 2012
Summary: I have always been a fan of The Sims series, this game reminds me of why I've stuck with the games since the very beginning. The most customizable Sims game yet, especially with the option to download items and clothing made by other players while you're in-game, you can literally spend hours just...
Summary: The Sims 3 is a great game if you have always been a fan of the Sims, it has some new thing like the karma points or giving your Sim a type of personality that will help him or her through out their life, great game if you like The Sims