The Sims 3 on PC and Mac reports to be a whole new world for your simulated life creations. However, I felt this struggled to feel more than another expansion pack, albeit with smarter graphics and a some interesting new features.
Whenever I used to play The Sims , it always ended the same way; with me torturing and murdering my Sims in some obscurely horrific manner. Frankly, hand-feeding virtual people and guiding them to the toilet is not my idea of fun. However, the objective-based gameplay of the Sims 3 on Mac and PC, and the life of my character Stuart MacGuffin managed to stay my sadistic tendencies, albeit only just.
Stuart MacGuffin was a Scotsman by birth, and had emigrated from the granite townhouses of Aberdeen to the quaint suburbia of Sunset Valley in order to pursue his dream of becoming a professional author. Unbeknownst to Stuart, his every thought and action, nay his very existence was controlled by an exterior force, namely, my mouse hand.