If youâ€™re looking for the latest computer games this 2009 and if you enjoyed The Sims and The Sims 2, hereâ€™s one heck of a good news for you guys. The Sims 3 will be out in the market by June 2009.
Do I still need to explain how this game is played? Well, I guess I donâ€™t have to. I think itâ€™s better if I tackle something new. In The Sims 3, the neighborhood exploration feature will be introduced. With this new feature, the Sims are now capable of exploring the other houses around the neighborhood without experiencing loading times that seem to last for years. The players may also interact with every single building or establishment within the neighborhood.
The flow of lives of every Sim will now be synced within a neighborhood. That means every single activity, from ringing the doorbell to getting married will occur simultaneously. As far as the jobs are concerned, each job will have a designated building. Although the players wonâ€™t be able to see inside the â€˜workâ€™ buildings, they still have several controls such as telling the Sims to laze around, work overtime, listen to the boss, and many other work related activities.
The Sims 3 was developed by EA Redwood Shores and published by Electronic Arts. ESRB rated The Sims a T (Teens) while PEGI rated it 12+.