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The Sims 3 World Adventures Latest News - PC

The Sims 3 World Adventures
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  • Release Date:Jan 1, 0001
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Crude Humor, Sexual Themes, Violence)
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  • The Sims 3 Hitting Consoles And Handheld

    Social interaction simulation title The Sims 3 is migrating from PC and Mac to 360, Wii, DS and PS3: This fall will see a full scale console release for the title. Along with the usual life bars and virtual dollhouse building, the console versions of the game will feature some features unique to their new homes: The 360 and PS3 versions...

    Posted April 27, 2010

    The Sims 3 Hitting Consoles And Handheld
  • The Sims 3 Console Confessions Trailer

    Posted: June 9, 2010

    4,108 Views | 02:12

  • The Sims 3 EA London Showcase Trailer

    Posted: May 17, 2010

    2,587 Views | 01:47

  • The Sims 3 Super Hero Parody Trailer

    Posted: April 30, 2010

    5,116 Views | 01:41

 


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