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Nalia
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« Reply #30 on: March 23, 2009, 03:57:13 am »

Sony: Please! Don't speak of Sony! I hate this company and still I will have to buy a PS3 when FFXIII Versus is released. *crying*
Adult content: Ha! I agree. I can bet my life that today's kids are not *that* innocent as their parents claim them to be.
EAxis and TSR? A link to read all the news, gossips or not, please. In this case, I'm expecting EAxis to *change* their ToS. Hypocrites!
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« Reply #31 on: March 23, 2009, 09:22:15 pm »

I realise this forum Isn't a Sony bashing exercise,but what the heck. I have more trust in some East European porn site than I have in Sony.
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« Reply #32 on: March 28, 2009, 09:07:56 pm »

I am slightly in agreence with most of you. I agree that the physical look of the sims in TS3 is disappointing. I LOVE that I can make my sims in the sims2 look just like pamela anderson or m yself and my children... WITH the beautiful custom content... skin, eyes, clothes, makeup... that I DL. Without my CC, the sims2 looks HORRIBLE! I even use default replacments so all my townies are attractive. They are flat without it and I dont like that. TS3 faces do all look kinda fat... fat cheeks, fat neck... and the noses look odd and cartoonish as well. I do not like thier eyes either. I do like that the skin is now on a slider so a black as night man and a white as a sheep woman can truely have a mixed baby. Thats pretty cool.
However, all that said I am still excited about this game. The possiblities that I have read... the new things you can do... its very exciting! I will be there the day of its release to buy it. I am hoping that somehow our wonderful modders can find some tricks and bring us some extra excitment. I am also hoping once EA starts releasing expansions (oh please tell me there will be expansions!!!) it will improve some things as well.
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« Reply #33 on: March 30, 2009, 12:29:58 pm »

   OK, so here's the thing....If Maxis doesn't appreciate custom content, why did they invite all the creators out to their, er, ranch(?), compound, whatever; to play with the game and make cupcakes? I don't get it. I do know this much, if they think I'm paying 60 smackers for the game, then they are severely dillusional, that's for sure. I could see maybe 40 to start and then drop the price to about 30 or even 25 when the expansion packs start coming out. And if they're are going to require all this extra hardware on your part just to play the game, then they better make the graphics far more worth my while. There are free MMORPG's online with graphics that make The Sims3 look like 1980's Atari! BLUH! Hug2
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« Reply #34 on: April 27, 2009, 01:36:24 am »

I dont mind sims looking cartoonish. For me sims are sims they are not humans. I think that the skins in sims 3 are much better from sims 2,  but i am little disapointed in the new eyes, i like sparling eyes with lights! First thing i will try to mod is to make new eyes in sims 3, i hope it´s possible. There are many skins and creations i will miss in sims 3 that were made by sims 2 community Sad, i wish i could take them and transport in the new game. I think that if maxis made everything for us there would not be modding community?! I just love sims communities and sharing with others and enjoy other peoples creations. If all this already was in the game, what would be left for community to do? Everyone should just think that this makes community creativity possible. If skinning is not possible in sims 3 that would whole another issue then i would be bitching about it and probably wouldn´t stay interested in the game for long. 
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« Reply #35 on: April 29, 2009, 06:52:12 am »

I dont mind sims looking cartoonish. For me sims are sims they are not humans. I think that the skins in sims 3 are much better from sims 2,  but i am little disapointed in the new eyes, i like sparling eyes with lights! First thing i will try to mod is to make new eyes in sims 3, i hope it´s possible. There are many skins and creations i will miss in sims 3 that were made by sims 2 community Sad, i wish i could take them and transport in the new game. I think that if maxis made everything for us there would not be modding community?! I just love sims communities and sharing with others and enjoy other peoples creations. If all this already was in the game, what would be left for community to do? Everyone should just think that this makes community creativity possible. If skinning is not possible in sims 3 that would whole another issue then i would be bitching about it and probably wouldn't stay interested in the game for long. 

I agree except that right now we don't know if custom content is going to be possible. That's the real problem. If the game isn't exactly how we want it on release, we may not be able to change it. At all. And that sucks.
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« Reply #36 on: April 29, 2009, 07:15:04 am »

I dont mind sims looking cartoonish. For me sims are sims they are not humans. I think that the skins in sims 3 are much better from sims 2,  but i am little disapointed in the new eyes, i like sparling eyes with lights! First thing i will try to mod is to make new eyes in sims 3, i hope it´s possible. There are many skins and creations i will miss in sims 3 that were made by sims 2 community Sad, i wish i could take them and transport in the new game. I think that if maxis made everything for us there would not be modding community?! I just love sims communities and sharing with others and enjoy other peoples creations. If all this already was in the game, what would be left for community to do? Everyone should just think that this makes community creativity possible. If skinning is not possible in sims 3 that would whole another issue then i would be bitching about it and probably wouldn't stay interested in the game for long. 

I agree except that right now we don't know if custom content is going to be possible. That's the real problem. If the game isn't exactly how we want it on release, we may not be able to change it. At all. And that sucks.

Yes, you have good point. I am little afraid about this too, i really hope that the game isn´t going to be too limited.
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« Reply #37 on: April 29, 2009, 09:23:46 am »

I dont mind sims looking cartoonish. For me sims are sims they are not humans. I think that the skins in sims 3 are much better from sims 2,  but i am little disapointed in the new eyes, i like sparling eyes with lights! First thing i will try to mod is to make new eyes in sims 3, i hope it´s possible. There are many skins and creations i will miss in sims 3 that were made by sims 2 community Sad, i wish i could take them and transport in the new game. I think that if maxis made everything for us there would not be modding community?! I just love sims communities and sharing with others and enjoy other peoples creations. If all this already was in the game, what would be left for community to do? Everyone should just think that this makes community creativity possible. If skinning is not possible in sims 3 that would whole another issue then i would be bitching about it and probably wouldn´t stay interested in the game for long. 

It's all about selling the game, positive publicity, which they sorely need after Spore, securom etc. Also the modding rumors, they're saying "hey! look, see it can be customised" Maybe not to insiminator extent, but it can be dressed up ala TSR, you know, pretty colors, different shaped clothes etc. probably all for a price. Bah, since when has that shonky lot ever done anything for free.
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« Reply #38 on: April 29, 2009, 11:44:24 pm »

Roezman, are u saying that skinning and making eyes is not bossible  shocked, if so it would be horrible...but i guess we really can´t tell until summer.
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« Reply #39 on: April 30, 2009, 10:03:28 am »

Roezman, are u saying that skinning and making eyes is not bossible  shocked, if so it would be horrible...but i guess we really can´t tell until summer.

Yeah ... pretty much. We don't know for sure, but it's kind of looking that way currently.
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« Reply #40 on: April 30, 2009, 11:54:54 am »

I think it looks like EA is going to restrict the modding and skinning to "their" talent pool of creators and only allow them access to the code that you can do it with.
For the rest of us, that means that we get the privilege of paying for their creations. We don't get the tools, because that would mean we would have the power to change their crummy creations into something we like. Not done!
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« Reply #41 on: April 30, 2009, 06:18:35 pm »

They're keeping very tight lipped about modding tools and distribution of such. Wait for the game to be released, it'll be just like a surprise party, 'ta da'.
What will come of no surprise to me will be the amount of custom content immediately available at TSR on the games release.
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« Reply #42 on: April 30, 2009, 08:04:50 pm »

To be honest I don't think the sims 3 looks all that great

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« Reply #43 on: May 01, 2009, 03:21:16 am »

To be honest I don't think the sims 3 looks all that great
Personal taste of course but for me they are looking bloody fugly.
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« Reply #44 on: May 01, 2009, 03:28:33 am »

Has everyone forgotten the early days of TS2? The game didn't COME modded - with tools or tech to mod it. The game came just as 'locked' as TS3 and took a long time to as easily mod as TS2 is now. Have a little faith in the upper echelons of the moding community. If a game is good... modders will follow
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