One of our readers, Amy, passed along a couple of links from another Ambitions fan event which was held in Taiwan.  Impressions and pictures have been posted, check out the sites below!

The Sims 3 Ambitions Hand-on event in Taiwan

So we got to play The Sims 3: Ambitions on Friday, May 21, 2010.  As usual, I have to skip work to try the new game out.  When I got there the game has already been turned on, so I just sat down and started playing.  By the way, we had this Hand-on session in a restaurant, so we ate quite a lot of food during the session.  I was kind of stupid that I had forgotten to take pictures, just a couple.

First thing I noticed was there is a new neighborhood, it’s huge and the PM in Taiwan told me that it is inspired by the towns of Southern America .  The name, which I looked up later is Twinbrook, because I was playing The Sims 3: Ambitions in Chinese.  It’s pretty and big, which I don’t like.  My sims always live quite far away from the town and it usually took about an hour for them to get to work and places. 😛  The view of the town is beautiful, but it’s just too big.  I really didn’t see much, because I want to get into the game right away, but from what I saw afterward on the other people’s computers, the houses are more country looking.

continue reading at Amy’s Blog for all the details!

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Perhaps there’s a lot of Sims2 shadow repeat, but also more playability that complies with the requirements of the player for Sims are always feel enough real details. In the past and is now a combination of new practices and how to play, some people think that there is no continuity to the past, but there are people who think this is another breakthrough, but it seems to me that there is a gain in the past to play even if you do not have the same but it can also be identical, as long as we maintain a degree of freedom for Sims itself to create campaigns and preferences better data. I believe that EA’s creative team is watching the right players feel, not really own the to do development. Due to technical considerations have not been able to reach all requirements, improve takes time; that the listing of each slice in addition to the contents of the Sims in the past for a combination of both, will create more innovative style and is no longer the only continuity.

Check out the article (and pics) over at Helen’s Sim Blog