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...If you're reading this, there's a good chance you're already familiar with The Sims game and its sequel, The Sims 2. Both games will let you take control of little computer people and their virtual lives, cooking and eating virtual meals, meeting and greeting virtual friends and making virtual trips to their tiny little bathrooms. The Sims 2 has expanded the original Sims game by adding a lot of new features, such as genetics, which lets you build up families of your little "sim" characters and have children who bear strong resemblances to their parents. Now, the world of The Sims 2 game will be expanded just below eye level with man's best friend (dogs), as well as man's fairly good acquaintances: aquarium fish, cats and hamsters...
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Unreal Tournament 3 uses Unreal Engine 3, the same basic set of tools that powered Gears of War. As such, this is a really great-looking game on high-end machines. But even if your PC isn't top of the line, the game scales better than most, giving you a playable experience on midrange machines as well. But, of course, the game is at its best when you're exceeding the game's minimum requirements, in situations where you can run at a high resolution and still get a great frame rate. It supports widescreen resolutions, but playing in widescreen actually gives you a smaller view of the overall action, given that the game appears to cut off the top and bottom of the 4:3 view to fit it onto a wider monitor. UT3 certainly isn't the first PC game to have this problem, but given its highly competitive nature, cutting off parts of the screen seems to be a pretty bad solution...
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