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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Ɛɗιη on Sat 15 Oct 2011, 11:16

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The religions I know are about peace, only people use their religion and some passages from their holy book to hide behind when these should be seen in context.

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Nura on Sat 15 Oct 2011, 16:20

weird ._.




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is this realism?

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also...is this normal? i experience this things quite a lot .. like 5-7 secs or so :/

and sorry if i post this here .. it wont let me post in pc support :p



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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Violent on Sat 15 Oct 2011, 17:45

LoL... Yeah it's pretty normal, being friends with your car. And the grey-scale furniture is just cause it hasn't loaded all the way.

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Ɛɗιη on Sat 15 Oct 2011, 19:21

Yup I'm getting the grey items as well, it has to do with our low-end pc's.
I've also seen Sims being friends with their car, only, no interactions possible lol.

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Violent on Sat 15 Oct 2011, 19:34

Yeah.. You can be friends with your car, it's not a bug or anything.. And I believe, Lady, if you have the "Vehicle enthusiast" trait.. It may open up a few interactions, and I think you can become "best friends" with your vehicle

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Adwomin on Sat 15 Oct 2011, 19:56

@Violent wrote:Yeah.. You can be friends with your car, it's not a bug or anything.. And I believe, Lady, if you have the "Vehicle enthusiast" trait.. It may open up a few interactions, and I think you can become "best friends" with your vehicle
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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Violent on Sat 15 Oct 2011, 20:28

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@Violent wrote:Yeah.. You can be friends with your car, it's not a bug or anything.. And I believe, Lady, if you have the "Vehicle enthusiast" trait.. It may open up a few interactions, and I think you can become "best friends" with your vehicle

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Nura on Sat 15 Oct 2011, 20:44

I'm best friend w/ my car lol .. i aint even a vehicle enthusiast .. Very Happy

u can even name ur befriended vehicle LoL

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Violent on Sat 15 Oct 2011, 20:45

@Nura wrote:I'm best friend w/ my car lol .. i aint even a vehicle enthusiast .. Very Happy

u can even name ur befriended vehicle LoL


Haha, yeah.. I thought that was pretty "cute" too. lol

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Ɛɗιη on Sun 16 Oct 2011, 09:21

@Violent wrote:
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@Violent wrote:Yeah.. You can be friends with your car, it's not a bug or anything.. And I believe, Lady, if you have the "Vehicle enthusiast" trait.. It may open up a few interactions, and I think you can become "best friends" with your vehicle

LoL! Did I miss something!? silent

LOL I believe this is Admin's way of saying: Ridicilous.

Its not all that unrealistic, some people love their car more than their partner or friends and name their car.

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by sloski on Sun 16 Oct 2011, 23:36

The Jalopy cars should break down on the road.......

cars should not go through each other..............

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Adwomin on Sun 16 Oct 2011, 23:53

@sloski wrote:The Jalopy cars should break down on the road.......

cars should not go through each other..............
Hi there,

Agree with that one!

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by JayQuez on Mon 17 Oct 2011, 08:23

I just had a though about those politics careers.. How fun would it be to be able to register as a voter, thus opening up a way to follow campaigns and help decide who your new mayor is? I'd want if there were sabotage options too lol..

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Violent on Mon 17 Oct 2011, 09:44

@JayQuez wrote:I just had a though about those politics careers.. How fun would it be to be able to register as a voter, thus opening up a way to follow campaigns and help decide who your new mayor is? I'd want if there were sabotage options too lol..


I like that idea, very clever.

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I think your dog, or cat, should be able to attack, or scare off a repo man.

What about you guys?

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by B_Duck on Fri 21 Oct 2011, 12:07

I think it's pretty darn epic sims can pick up their car, put it in their pocket, or just get out of the car, snap their fingers and *POOF* it's in the garage, and the doors didn't even open!

i liked that in Sims 2 how they actually drove up the driveways to park them.

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Violent on Sun 23 Oct 2011, 02:36

I want a Horse trailer!

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Ɛɗιη on Sun 23 Oct 2011, 10:26

@B_Duck wrote:I think it's pretty darn epic sims can pick up their car, put it in their pocket, or just get out of the car, snap their fingers and *POOF* it's in the garage, and the doors didn't even open!

i liked that in Sims 2 how they actually drove up the driveways to park them.

Lol yeah I was surprised by that too when I first started playing TS3.

@Violent wrote:I want a Horse trailer!

I thought there'd be one for sure.

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by SusieCC on Tue 25 Oct 2011, 20:20

Im from a small fishing village in scotland, UK. The only thing we have thats remotely like a gang is the mother and toddler group outings. LOL. Anyway, I hate how in TS3 babies don't get clothes, don't bathe, pretty much they get a cuddle, chucked in the air (which you never do with a new born) fed and a nappy change. My 2 month old god son is never happy with being fed, changed and shoved in a crib, I have to stand and hold him, pacing and tapping his bottom, but putting him in a crib for 80% of the day, oh no he wouldn't accept that lol.

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Post by Ɛɗιη on Tue 25 Oct 2011, 22:11

@SusieCC wrote:Im from a small fishing village in scotland, UK. The only thing we have thats remotely like a gang is the mother and toddler group outings. LOL. Anyway, I hate how in TS3 babies don't get clothes, don't bathe, pretty much they get a cuddle, chucked in the air (which you never do with a new born) fed and a nappy change. My 2 month old god son is never happy with being fed, changed and shoved in a crib, I have to stand and hold him, pacing and tapping his bottom, but putting him in a crib for 80% of the day, oh no he wouldn't accept that lol.

Exactly. I'm a mother of 2 myself, the youngest is 7 months. She wants to play on the floor, play on my lap, grab any body part that sticks out, pull my hair, jump up and down, generally sit on mommy when she's not sleeping or playing lol I could go on and on.

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Violent on Wed 26 Oct 2011, 11:10

Anyone else think it's BS your pets can't go on vacation with you? How could they put in all this stuff with riding horses around and cats & dogs being able to hunt and find stuff.. Yet they can't travel with you? You can't ride your horse around Egypt? BS! >.< /endrant

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Ɛɗιη on Wed 26 Oct 2011, 11:13

You can get around that by using one of Twallans mods the vacationer, it'll also allow babies, toddlers and pregnant sims to travel.

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Post by Violent on Wed 26 Oct 2011, 11:16

Lady ElDi wrote:You can get around that by using one of Twallans mods the vacationer, it'll also allow babies, toddlers and pregnant sims to travel.


Good to know.. Any conflicts with the Pets expack?

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Re: TS3 and realism

Post by Ɛɗιη on Wed 26 Oct 2011, 11:21

I doubt it, they have updated all of their mods.
I'm not using it myself, I'm still considering which mods to get, I have storyprogression and the error trap but adding too many will slow down my game so I'm still looking to get some mods, but it takes careful consideration.

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Post by Violent on Wed 26 Oct 2011, 11:22

Yeah... I started using that storyprogression mod myself, pretty nifty. Still finding out what all it can do.

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Post by Ɛɗιη on Wed 26 Oct 2011, 11:51

Very nice!!

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Post by Bliss1991 on Wed 26 Oct 2011, 15:13

I would just love to have the basic things in life made more realistic. I want weather, being able to celebrate Christmas etc. I like WA because sims do go on holiday.. But I find Ambitions difficult to play because you need to follow your sim every single second of the day. And having 2 or more sims do those jobs is really annoying. I think Generations is something that could have easily been integrated with the base game because it doesn't add anything special. And those stuff packs are ridiculous.

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