Complexity Digest 2003.02 - 02.01
'Sims Online' Offers Surprises for the Sociable,, Reuters
Excerpts: ``The Sims Online'' may look like ``The Sims'' games, but it's a vastly different product because all the characters in the online game are controlled by real people. You can speak to them, you can relate to them, and you can role-play with them. It's like having a secret life in a world that is, for many reasons, friendlier than our own.(...) Then it's time to select a fictitious virtual city to live in (...), describe some likes/dislikes of your character, and choose a figure to represent yourself.
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[ http://www.nytimes.com/reuters/technology/tech-column-programs.html ], Reuters, 03/01/11