The Sims 3 (2009)

The Sims 3 Parents Guide | 2021 Age Rating
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The Sims 3


The Sims 3 is rated T.

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The Sims 3 Age Rating | The Sims 3 Parents Guide

The Sims 3 is a life simulation video game developed by the Redwood Shores Studio of Maxis and published by Electronic Arts. It is directed by Will Wright and published by JoAnna Lio Amos, Lyndsay Pearson.

Production Company is Maxis.

However, The Sims 3 is rated T for Crude Humor, Sexual Themes, and Violence.

In fact, the age rating, fixed by PEGI for UK citizens and ESRB for the US Continent. PEGI rated The Sims 3 as 12 and ESRB rated the same as T.

Game The Sims 3 is rated M in Australia and New Zealand, 16 in Brazil, 12 in France, Netherlands and United Kingdom, C (CERO) in Japan, G in Singapore, R-18 in Taiwan, T in United States.

Moreover, the PEGI rating is based on the physical content of the game and not on the players’ condition or their abuse usage online.

The Sims 3 Parents Guide

Why The Sims 3 is rated T ?

Nudity in this game is covered by a blur spot over the Sim.
There is a graveyard in the game and Sims with dark personality traits may aspire to see ghosts of specific people.
You are able to purchase a bar in the game, but the drinks are never labeled as alcoholic.
References of drugs, also Sims are able to get drunk.
The Sims can watch horror movies or transform into fantastic creatures to terrorize the other Sims.
Brief Nudity, Sim characters can also walk around in their underwear.
House fires may be intense for young players.
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The Sims 3

The Sims 3 Parents Guide | 2021 Age Rating
The Sims 3 Parents Guide | 2021 Age Rating

Game Name The Sims 3
Genre Family
Age Rating  ESRB- T

PEGI- 12

Developed by Maxis
Platforms Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Official Website EA

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