Sims 3 For Xbox, PS3 And Wii

The Sims 3 is in development for the PS3, Xbox 360, the Wii and Nintendo DS, and will be available in autumn for those who prefer to play the game on a dedicated gaming console, as opposed to a Mac or PC.


The Sims 3 is in development for the PS3, Xbox 360, the Wii and Nintendo DS, and will be available in autumn for those who prefer to play the game on a dedicated gaming console, as opposed to a Mac or PC.

In The Sims 3 players will be able to create Sims with unique personalities, fulfill their desires…or not, and control their lives within a living neighborhood. Additionally, all-new features make it easier than ever to mess with life as players can unlock the ultimate “Karma Powers” for instant control and unleash them on their Sims.

Players can help their Sim “get lucky,” bless them with “instant beauty” or be deviant and curse them with an “epic fail.” But players should use these powers wisely—they may have unexpected results and karma may come back to bite.

Rich, immersive gameplay is complimented with a seamlessly integrated exchange system on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms where gamers can design, build, and share their creations and download content from other players around the world without ever leaving the game.Facing short and long term challenges, players will reap rewards and trophies and can even share achievements with friends by connecting to Facebook.

Exclusive to the Wii version, players will be able to enjoy an all-new beach town with unique residents, traits, careers and lifetime wishes. For the first time ever, players can enjoy The Sims 3 with friends by going head to head in the new “Life Moments” game to earn rewards. Finally, players will also enjoy several adventure quests, as the game will challenge them to explore their town and discover the secrets therein.

Nintendo DS players can use the stylus to build their Sims’ homes with tools, draw walls and floors, and customise virtually everything from décor objects, textures, and more.

Players will use the stylus to sculpt their Sims’ facial features, choose hair styles and clothing, and dictate personalities. In “Story Mode,” players will control multiple Sims within a family and enjoy life’s special moments. For the first time ever on the Nintendo DS, players can enjoy a complete life simulation as they guide their Sims through completing challenges to unlock additional items, new buildings and landmarks, and more.

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