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Originally Posted by ShineShine
- TS3 got more childish in its outer appereance
[Yay. Really important for me. It's like being taken serious. Fitting my age, not screaming that it would be a game for small girls. I just could not believe when I saw the new build menu. A house. You can click on its door. On its window. On its tree. C'mon! While TS1 looked the most "serious" - TS2 was the more modern version of it. And TS3? Oh well... Trying something new and where we are then?]
- TS2 has such nice little sims' behaviours
[I do adore the greeting when a parent sim comes home, the hugs, the reading a story. It happend randomly, I didn't do anything at all and it just touched my heart. Sims 3 seems cold to me. Kind of, because...]
- TS3 has an open world
[and I couldn't see any fun in it. Well, I liked how beatiful - everything is beauty, especially the water - it looked to play guitar in the park... but oh well. Instead of reading the book at home I did it in front of the library. Well, I think it's my fault and I've never got the feeling for that great changement of the focus of TS. So I just ran away and played TS2]
- TS2 is just the well-known, beloved, cc-cluttered and personilized game
[and I did a lot. I have my sims, I have my way I'd like to make videos, I know the hacks, cheats and tricks and it's just so well-known, I'm just feeling home. Why giving up the world I created for something new? I know, I tried and I tried mostly because of the graphics - but as said, the faces were catastrophic. I got totally upset and desperate. My old characters weren't realizable in TS3.]
Of course Sims 3 is a good game... And I don't think they ruined it at all. They kind of had to do it differently and with a lot of changements. And still it's so close to the Sims 2, which just wasn't open to more expansionspacks anymore.
I think I expected to much. For example doing my own hairstyles by adjusting the lenght of a hair, the number of curls and their style, ...
Hm. I'm kind of stuck there. I don't know what I've expected apart from that. Maybe it's just because Sims 2 was already great and we didn't need a new Sims.
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Originally Posted by pandakatie
the cats aren't scary
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Originally Posted by TotallySimsCrazy
yay! A thread That is good for me!
I was just playing Sims 3 because My Mate wanted to see it! God i was so bored! I mean In Sims 2 it seems more i don't know... Cosy... Your Sims can stay at a lot and have a family...
Boolprop or Testingcheats: In Sims 3 the menu when you shift click a sim is two options... Two options! In TS2 you get menus upon menus! And spawning!
Custom Content (big one for me!) I Have lots of custom content and since there are no patches for TS2 anymore all the custom content is simple and you know where you are! Also there is lots more!
Can't Make your own Custom worlds In Game? What!: You Need A Program For TS3 to make worlds! In sims 2 you could get a terrain and make one from scratch! In game! Well that is annoying!
The Faces Yuk!: The faces in TS3 are ugly horrible and more cartoon like than sims 2!
Originally Posted by piggypeach
Coming from someone who started with Sims 3 and began to dislike it so switched to Sims 2, the CC is what sealed the deal. I have so many issues with the Sims 3 CC, in Sims 2, ENDLESS possibilities. Also, it's so adorable how when you're making a sim, if you change a part to a default part, it jiggles into place. That is the cutest thing ever. Hands down. I love it.
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