The Sims 3: Generations HQ

The Sims 3: Generations HQ (PC)

Players will be able to capture and keep track of their Sims’ life moments with in-game cameras and upload and share their Sims’ memories on www.TheSims3.com and Facebook via the new memory system. Players start off in the imagination-fuelled world of childhood, where they can take dance classes, misbehave with their imaginary friend or goof around in one of three themed tree houses; space rocket, wooden shack or princess. Players may then move on to embrace the drama of the teen years by...
Players will be able to capture and keep track of their Sims’ life moments with in-game cameras and upload and share their Sims’ memories on www.TheSims3.com and Facebook via the new memory system. Players start off in the imagination-fuelled world of childhood, where they can take dance classes, misbehave with their imaginary friend or goof around in one of three themed tree houses; space rocket, wooden shack or princess. Players may then move on to embrace the drama of the teen years by pulling elaborate pranks such as exploding toilets, color dye in the shower or ding dong ditch, become prom king or queen, or forget the school dance and throw a raging party at their parents’ house. There will be even more creative options to explore with a brand new chemistry set, but they’ll need to use caution, or their Sims might turn themselves into a ghost. As adult Sims, players ride the wave of freedom. They can attend or plan bachelor and bachelorette parties, throw lavish weddings, and go through a mid-life crisis where they may change their hair, style, and more.

Available on: PC PC Rank: 677 / 5,980  | Overall Rank: 717 / 14,369

Game tags: Realistic, Virtual Life, Modern Times

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EA announce The Sims 3: Showtime, a "huge step forwar... (0)
For the first time in the long running franchise, gamers can send their Sims into a friends world where they can perform at venues. The players share rewards and watch their Sims rise in fame.

You can "live the dream as singers, acrobats, magicians and DJs." It works through the new SimPort feature, where you can send your Sim to attend gigs or even go on tour.
Posted: 06.12.2011 by Technet2k
EA reveal Hidden Springs for The Sims 3, downloadable... (1)
The Sims 3 Store is getting the Hidden Springs downloadable World this fall when it releases. Fans need to spend SimPoints in order to purchase the DLC.

EA tease a "deeper mystery lies within" the Hidden Springs for Sims to discover. Now they say 'World' but what they actually mean is 'town' - big difference.
Posted: 04.08.2011 by Technet2k
L.A. Noire 3rd week topping UK chart, inXile's Hunted... (0)
Team Bondi and Rockstar Games' L.A. Noire keeps its UK all format chart crown for a third week, while DiRT 3 swaps place with LEGO Pirates of Caribbean.

Zumba Fitness and Brink hold on to 4th and 5th respectively. Hunted: The Demon's Forge enters the UK chart 14th, while The Sims 3: Generations lands 10th.
Posted: 06.06.2011 by Technet2k
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