I was just curious if there are any sites with user made objects yet - I know it's early, but in the EA store you can download "user customized" items for free. Any sites to look out for in a couple weeks after the modders/creators have been given some time?
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I'd suggest Parsimonious. Parsimoniouskate (who I think is the head admin) was featured at the Creator's Camp, and she made some stellar sets of objects and clothing for both The Sims and The Sims 2. I'm looking at the site now, and it looks like they're going to shut down for a bit to re-organize and get ready for The Sims 3 content to be posted. It says it should be back up by tomorrow, so you may have some stuff right there. Not sure yet, the news post wasn't very specific.
I don't think we'll be seeing any mods or users made objects for awhile. It took months for one to come out for Sims 1 and 2 when it was released. However, there are so many good computer wizzard these days I'm hoping to see something sooner. My favorite site for downloads is thesimsresource.com
they charge a small fee for membership but it's very cheap and well worth it because it has such a large community and thousands of sims object downloads. There's also free downloads too for non-members if you don't want to subscribe, but that's just one of many good sites. The power of Google is your friend!
It took months for one to come out for Sims 1 and 2 when it was released.
not true.. maybe sims 1, but sims 2 had user created content very shortly after release..
as for sims 3.. there actually is stuff out there.. the official site has stuff created by people, not mods really but at the very least sims and houses... of course to use it directly from there you need to sign up with the site, register your game, install the download manager (that's the part i refuse to do) search and download each then install them... i'm hoping someone will make a nice zip of a bunch of files... single object downloads are tedious.
Am i the only one that finds it odd that there were cars over 20 years ago that got more then 50 mpg, and now car companies brag about 30 mpg?