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Lots of stuff for little money
on 18 December 2010
I am a massive fan of the series. Despite being a guy, I love sims because it is one of nto very many games that let you create and play God with entire worlds whilst not being neither a full blown city simulator nor a game for 5 year olds with almost fluorescent graphics with characters having heads bigger than bodies and everything being 100% innocently boring and childish.
No, this is a game which will qite literally glue you to the screen. One thing you need to bear in mind is that you have to get expansions or you will get bored. Now 2 previous add-on stuff packs didnt add much to the game. The actual expansion packs (Ambitions and Adventures) did add a few very good and useful things. Now based on previous experience I was expecting only a little furnishings and maybe a few cars. But I was proven completely wrong.
High tech stuff offered one room worth of furniture and some build objects and few pieces of clothing.
This offers again clothing (not too much but still something), 4 styles of cars - for 3 of which there are complete sets of furniture, a new trait which Im yet to test, a new interaction with your cars and 2 bikes.
Correct me if Im wrong but for 6.99 it is frankly a bargain. Clearly EA has put it's back into this add on and created something that is finaly worth the money they're asking you to pay for it.
I would definitely recommend anyone who has The Sims 3 to buy this pack. Even if you were disappointed by the previous stuff packs, this one should redeem the games reputation. Overall, I am really pleased with the aount of stuff I got.