The Sims Goes 'Uncensored'

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So ever since one of the first Tomb Raider games in which you could allegedly use a secret code to remove Lara’s annoying clothing, there seems to be more and more potential nudity in gaming. Well truth be told, I was never fortunate enough to ever bare witness to Lara… uhm well baring all and so I’m still convinced it was just a rumor.

And right about here is where The Sims 3 comes in and refuses to disappoint. Yep, using a specially designed patch (created even before the release of the game) you can now remove the censoring from censored areas. I haven’t been able to find out any information on exactly how detailed your Sims character’s birthday suits could look but I’m sure they’ll do.

Unfortunately for those of us law-abiding citizens not already playing the game, we’ll have to wait and see how well this patch works.

source: destructoid

Last Updated: June 1, 2009

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