Thursday, June 4, 2009

Sims 3 guide the Medical Field

For those simmers wanting to become a "world renowned surgeon" in Sims 3 its going to take a lot of hard work on the part of your sim. Lets start with the personality traits. You want your sim to be ambitious, a genius, workaholic, good, and then for your spare trait, i would choose something like bookworm or natural cook. Once you start working in the Sim 3 medical field you will want to invest in a chess board asap, or spend a lot of the time at the park, the logic skill is the main skill in the beginning of your career. As a Sim Doctor, you will be working a lot of long hours so the one thing that will save your sim from constantly being depressed is the life time rewards. The first one you want to get is the discount diner, you will spending allot of time at the hospital, and it is easier to run to the restaurant next door to eat then go home and cook. Later on when you have more lifetime rewards you will want to get the steel bladder, you spend eleven hours a day in the Sim hospital when you are at level five. I have not reached level six or higher yet, but when I do, I promise I will update you on what lifetime rewards and skill traits you need to be the best surgeon in Sims 3.

The Sims 3

I have been playing the Sims 3 since the day it came out and I hope that some of what I share can be useful to other players, new and old alike. Since its release date I have made and controlled about five different avatars, each one in a different career field. As I max out the careers I will share tips and tricks on how I did it. I will also share other discoveries that I make along the way, such as ways to make a few extra simolians and if I find any a few cheat codes. This is my first time writing a guide about a video game like sims 3 so if there is anything else you would like to see please let me know!