Reviews and Problems with The Sims Complete Collection
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27 April 2012
Summary: My last copy of The Sim's was the "Party Pack" for Mac, which combined a couple of the expansion packs with the main game. Excuse my language, but it had to be the worst bloody port I've ever bought.
Summary: I brought this for my MAC - it is not compatible as I have a new version so I requested to be able to return - since then there has been no response despite sending 2 e-mails - I was told the daughter whose DVD it was didn't have a problem so why should I.
Summary: I was skeptical about buying this game for a while... I hadn't played it since I was a kid and that was on a pc. But there was no need for concern. The Sims is as great as it was back in the early noughties, and it ran like a dream on my Macbook.
Summary: Beware this DVD set does not operate on the latest Apple OS X Lion. This is not clear from the packaging, so relies on you checking your system compatibility before opening the plastic seal - which I did not, and had to sell at a a loss on ebay as supplier would not refund.
The funniest and most creative sims generation, but with raw gameplay.
M. Beale, Amazon
1 December 2011
Summary: I have played all three generations of The Sims far too much, and I cannot choose a favourite - what I wish I could do was to combine them together, as each has its good points and weak spots.
Summary: This is a great game to while away the hours. There is so much for your Sims to explore and do. The Sims complete comes with every expansion pack so you can choose any type of career for your Sim - become a magician or superstar!
Summary: I have just brought the sims complete collection for my mac computer I am using OS X 10.9.5, I've installed the game but when I try to play a message comes up saying can't play as PCPower applications are not supported.