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The Sims 3 Collector's Edition by Electronic Arts is a must have for all you Sims fanatics out there. This game is one of the most highly anticipated this year. A big change that has been made to this game is that there is much more freedom for you to move around. Instead of just being stuck at home day in and day out, your Sims can now freely move around town, without the pesky loading times. One of your Sims could be visiting a neighbor's house while another one could be shopping at the same time. No need to micromanage your Sims lives one at a time in the latest version of this game. Aside from the fact, that the Sims 3 is an excellent game on its own, the various perks you will get when you purchase the collector's edition are worth the few extra dollars. One cool gadget that comes with this set is a Sims Plumbob USB stick. Likewise, you also get Pumbob stickers to boot. Now you can show off your personality and your love for the game whenever you share your files with other people. Also, you can get an edge of other gamers with your booklet of tips and tricks straight from the creators of the game. If this is not enough, you can show off your Italian style sports car that your Sim can purchase ingame. Your Sims are sure to be the coolest in their neighborhood with this limited edition sports car model. If you want to play the coolest game around right now and get some cool freebies as well, then you should buy The Sims 3 Collector's Edition by Electronic Arts.

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