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The Sims 3 review.

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Gamespot has reviewed the latest and undeniably exciting release of the family friendly game that allows you to customize and realize an increasingly limitless virtual world here!

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If you're reading this, there's a very good chance that you've heard about The Sims. It's been difficult to escape the popular franchise's web, what with two full games and a seemingly endless stream of expansions. The first thing you may be asking, then, is whether The Sims 3 is worth playing, or if it's just more of the same. Well, it most certainly is worth it, and yes, in some ways it is more of the same. But in this case, that's a very good thing. For anyone who's played The Sims or its first sequel, this familiarity will let them ease into it, feeling like a welcomed guest rather than an outsider. But this doesn't make The Sims 3 a simple rehash of what's come before. Instead, returning elements have been energized and extended by a number of terrific improvements, such as expanded customization tools, additional tools for interaction with other sims (and other players), and more tangible goals and rewards. Most importantly, the free-to-explore town makes you feel like part of an entire virtual society--a feature approximated but never fully realized in the previous games. By blending together the old and the new, developer Maxis has created the best, most charming game yet in the series.

As you can see the system requirements allow for acceptable gameplay even on laptops with modern entry level graphics cards and does not require a great deal of processing power as well.

Operating System Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Windows Vista Service Pack 1

CPU Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent

2.0GHz (XP)

2.4GHz (Vista) [if built-in graphics chipsets then 2.6 GHz Pentium D CPU, or 1.8 GHz Core 2 Duo, or equivalent.]

Memory 1 GB (XP)

1.5GB (Vista)[if built-in graphics then add 0.5 GB additional RAM]

Hard Drive Space 6.1GB or more for extra content

Graphics Hardware DirectX 9.0c compliant card with 128 MB RAM (NVIDIA FX 5900/ATI 9500 or better) and support for Pixel Shader 2.0

Sound Hardware 100% DirectX 9.0c compliant card

Feel free to discuss the game here and provide us with useful information relating to drivers and anything else!

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Spax87

probably the most boring game ever...

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rockymeet

Hello everyone i am completely new to this forum.

Interested in learning many new things. Hope we all will share our

knowledge and talk about different concepts in this forum

yes really boring game what about call of duty,CS,princess of Persia

keep rocking me awesome with me :)

seo jaipur

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