Alright. My characters are adults now. They were previously young adult, by the way. Since they’re a little bit older, a little bit wiser right now, they are ready to start a family no? I wanted my girl to achieve her lifetime wish before raising a kid so she had more time taking care of her child hands-on. That, however, proved to be impossible since the skills are hard to upgrade after level 4 or so. There’s a nanny service in The Sims 3 but that wouldn’t be fun now, would it?
So here it is, screen shots of how the fictional McGuire family brought their little baby girl to become a healthy kid.
I realized it was very boring playing a single character, so I decided to create another character – lo and behold – a female character as an additional member of the McGuire household.
Let me introduce my female character first. As I mentioned before, I suck at creating female characters. But no matter how sucky I am, female character it is.
Oh well, in a world where games are updated with a frightening speed, The Sims 3, or affectionately known as TS3, can be considered age-old game. I played The Sims 3 for a few months when it was released on 2nd June 2009. I was really excited about it at the time. I swear I couldn’t stop talking about it until I finally installed it on my laptop. At the time, I was still using my old Toshiba running Windows XP and on Intel Celeron with other crap resources. Suffice it to say, the experience was dreadful. Flash forward a year, equipped with a better laptop, I decided to give The Sims 3 another try.
The experience is much better than before. It still lags at some parts but that’s given since I’m using a very basic laptop with a Windows Experience Index of 3.3.
These are a few mugshots of my guy in The Sims 3. Isn’t he gorgeous? Ha!