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Friday, 06 February 2009 21:22

Sims 3 coming in on June 4th

Written by Muamer Odobasic


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Delayed from 20th February

 

Electronic Arts officially confirmed that the third sequel to their ultra-popular game Sims will hit the market on 4th of June this year.

The game was initially announced for February 20th, but forums were bursting at the seams with rumors of possible delay, and EA confirmed it.

Apart from the PC version of Sims 3, EA also announced versions for Mac, iPhone, iPod Touch and some other mobile phones.

More here.

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