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Sims 3 for nds (Part 1)

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Uploaded on Nov 13, 2010

Sims 3 Review
It's been five years since the last Sims title for the Nintendo DS was released, and the title offered more linear gameplay style than its PC counterpart. It was good but not quite the true god-simulator experience people have grown to love and expect from a Sims game. That's changed with The Sims 3 for the DS, as it stays true to the life-simulator formula and also includes Karma powers, a potent way to help or harm your Sims.

Because DS version is rated "E" for Everyone (console and PC versions are "T" for Teen), you can't kill Sims. You can torture them if you want, but starvation or fatigue lands them in the hospital instead of the morgue. You also can't "Woo-Hoo," partially because of the rating and because your household can only be a maximum of two people, so there's no room to reproduce. If you can look past those omissions, you'll find the game is largely the same.

You'll create a Sim (you can only create a household of one) or choose a pre-made family (can be up to two Sims) to start out with and then dictate their lives. The creation tool offers an in-depth way to customize your Sims -- pick their physical appearance, different outfits, voice, favorite things, traits and lifetime wish. Depending on your Sim's characteristics, these goals can range from learning every recipe in the game to becoming the top dog in the criminal career path. Once you have your household of Sims, you'll manage their daily lives making sure their needs of hunger, hygiene, social interaction, fun, bladder and energy are all met.

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