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The Sims 3 Indepth - Creating A Sim

A Sim To Call Your Own

In the third part of The Sims 3 Indepth, we are finally getting to look at what options there are when creating a new sim to go into Sunset Valley, going from the basics such as body shape down to their freckles.

As well as how they look, we will be looking at what they wear, how they are made up, but most importantly, we will be looking at how we define who they are with their personality and what they want from their sim life.

To get the latest part of the review, click here!

However, if you would like to start at the beginning, then click here!

Written at 02:01 on Thursday, 9 July 2009 by Andy.

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Written at 15:19 on Thursday, 9 July 2009 by Carla Francisco (carla_francisco)
Brilliant writing, Andy! Well worth the wait, no doubt about it... Take it easy, take your time and keep up the great work. Good things come to those who wait... ;)

This third part was also very enlightening - and I own and have read most of the official game guide! Your humourous writting is great - can't wait to read the next chapter!
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Written at 16:01 on Thursday, 9 July 2009 by ChEeTaH (TSZ Webmaster) (ChEeTaH)
Very well done again, and interesting cliffhanger :-)

As for CASim: I find it a bit of a bummer that we get so much choice for colors everywhere, except for the skin tone. It could have added just that little bit extra to make it perfect, as it works well anywhere else.

Looking forward to the next part!


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Written at 23:17 on Thursday, 9 July 2009 by Andy (TSZ) (Andy)
Carla, if I really take my time, I won't be finished by the time the first EP comes out :)) My sims were immediately going to University by the time I finished our review of The Sims 2.
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Written at 10:42 on Friday, 10 July 2009 by Tammy (TSZ) (TammyB)
I know what you mean there Andy. There is so much more to the sims now compared to when this game came out nine years ago. It is a challenge to get a review done, before you realize it, another EP is on its way.

I'm so looking forward to the EPs in this episode of the Sims. There are some things I really miss from this game that I know will probably be added in the next EPs as always. Half walls, hot tubs, stage tools, just to name just a few. Of course, wondering what the sims will do next as well!

Written at 11:12 on Friday, 10 July 2009 by Carla Francisco (carla_francisco)
You're right, Andy... I know it must be hard to cope with the pressure :(

And Tammy, you and me both (and maybe every other Sims player out there) seem to miss the same things in Sims 3... To be honest, I'm quite disappointed that they chose not to include stuff that was already quite basic for us ("real" - lol - fans with all the stuff and expansion packs out there for the Sims 2 :)
I guess we'll just have to wait and hope they do right by us in the next EP... It's bad enough that they came up with "The Store"... I, for one, am boycotting it - all I got from there was what I could get with the free points that came with the game. Bad move, EA... really bad move, if you ask me :(
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Written at 17:45 on Sunday, 12 July 2009 by Andy (TSZ) (Andy)
I am also not too pleased with The Store. It is a way to milk the completists for every penny they can get and I don't even think there is anything really worth downloading from there anyway. I haven't even spent my entitlement. I have just grabbed the free stuff.
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