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The Sims 3- Nintendo 3DS

The Sims 3- Nintendo 3DS
alaScore 70

31 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 31 reviews of The Sims 3- Nintendo 3DS. The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.7/5 for other Nintendo 3DS Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo 3DS Games the The Sims 3- Nintendo 3DS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 70/100 = Good quality.

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The Sims 3 (3DS)

 

When adapting a big game to a handheld system, how much can be stripped away before the game loses its identity? The Sims 3 on the 3DS tries valiantly to retain the series' absorbing life management, serving up some of the easygoing dollhouse joy that...

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The Sims 3

 

Ultimately, The Sims is a game you can lose yourself in, as you get caught up in the antics of the little digital people you've created. You share their hopes, their fears, their ups and downs. Or, at least, you can do that on the PC. On the 3DS, you...

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The Sims 3

 

3D Sim needs food badly. 3D Sim is about to die.

Contains most of the functionality of the full Sims experience

Only one mode ; Overly difficult to comprehend how to succeed (Too much information, too little display)

The Sims 3 plays primarily like the previous two installments on the PC. The only noticeable difference is the terrible "real-time" world, where everything happens in your neighborhood regardless of whether or not you're playing the other families....

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The Sims 3: World Adventures

 

Don't your Sims deserve a break from the old routine?

Treasure-hunting can be lucrative, but it rarely pays for the price of your trip. Even if your Sims are fantastically rich, they require a few days at home between vacations, ensuring that the game's original content remains relevant. The new material...

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The Sims 3

 

The latest iteration of the popular life-simulation game just gets better.

Even more addictive than the last two.

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Sims 3, The

 

By now you should know what The Sims is. It is a life simulator that has your character, a Sim, interacting with other Sims, speaking stupid gibberish. The games concept is easy to learn, which is why it is the best selling PC franchise in history,...

I would have thought that the Nintendo 3DS version of The Sims 3 would have been much better. Instead it seems like we got a real crappy version of the console game. The Sims 3 is usually a fun game to play but on the 3DS I just wanted to put it down...

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The Sims 3 (EA Games)

 

New real-time map, diverse personalities, high replay-value, it's The Sims

Not much new to sink your teeth into

The Sims 3 is a gentle evolution of the series that retains everything fans hold dear. While the improvements on offer aren't major, they're enough to make the upgrade worthwhile. Bring on the expansion packs!

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The Sims 3 on your mobile

 

You might be surprised to hear it, but the latest Sims port for your phone is a faithful, full-featured game for your iPhone or Java-capable mobile.

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The Sims 3

 

Simulation in frustration

The franchise's move to handheld platforms proved a great transition

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The Sims 3

 

I wasn't expecting much from the 3DS version of The Sims 3. I kept saying the words “dumbed down”,”ugly”, “glitchy” and “barely playable” so if in case it sucked, my heart wouldn't be shattered into million pieces. If you've read my Xbox 360 review,...

Quite faithful PC/Console port ; Lots to offer

but leads to a convoluted, unenjoyable experience ; Subpar graphics. Horrible in 3D ; Random glitches, freezing ; Facial recognition option blows

Electronic Arts was able to successfully pull together a faithful console/PC port for the much smaller 3DS platform, but I think that they pushed their luck a bit too far. Could they have waited a few more months and actually deliver a much more...

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