Summary: The worse expansion pack for The Sims 3. It adds tall buildings (which cannot be replicated by the player), apartments (only one per buildings), and vampires. Vampires are basically Sims that can't stay outside for long in the day. They get extra stat boosts at night, and they can hunt people and sap their motives(?), turn them into vampires. They lack cool features of The Sims 2 vampires; no bat form, and daytime doesn't effect them as much.
Summary: The new expansion does not introduce some stunning changes. We can introduce up for skyscrapers, going to a party, and then we do not have what to look for. Ok, we can ride the subway but it really is not anything impressive. Of course we have new clothes and the city but it adds any expansions. Late Night I consider lightweight rip-off. Because even though the game there are these skyscrapers we can live in them just us.
Summary: Play with Life! That's the slogan of the Sims 3 franchise. In this expansion, you have the ability to let your Sims experience the thrill of urban nightlife. With bars and Dance clubs filling the towns, Your Sims will never fall short of things to do. This expansion pack also introduces Vampire Sims, which are more realistic/closer to the 'Hollywood' portrayal of vampires than The Sims 2 version was.
Summary: Between hits and misses The Sims 3 Late Night is legal. An expansion of the big city, with many new objects, with multiple interactions, Late Night is one of my favorite expansions, loved the idea of the famous is something really innovative! The city has exceeded my expectations ... Now the one thing I did not like, the buildings! Where are the neighbors?
Summary: This is a must have for the Sims 3, why? Well it greatly adds to how you can develop your sims skills and adds many new gameplay elements, some of the new items include: Hot tubs, piano, bass, drum set and much more. All and all even if you don't enjoy the city elements there are still many other things it adds to the game that makes it worth the purchase.
Summary: Amazing song!! I brought this game to play with my girlfriend and we both love it!! I loved all the great features that were added in this game and all the new stuff as well. This so far may just be my favorite expansion pack ever!!!
Summary: When I first played Late Night about a year ago at a friends I wasn't that impressed....I decided to give it another try after watching the review from my favorite Lazy Game Reviewer on youtube. Apparently I missed a lot of features when I played it before. Just got it in last night so I haven't played too much but I do love how if you woo hoo in an elevator your sim does a strut walk for woohooing in public. Hilarious.
Summary: This is a good expansion pack but not a very new idea. The Sims 1 and 2 both have this and I found there not to be too much addition in terms of things to do when going out. Being able to woo-hoo in public was an interesting spin is all I can say!
Summary: I love this expansion. This is probably one of my favs! Alot of the features are a must have, such as: Apartment living VAMPIRES! So many cool new outfits! Hot tubs, and much much more new interactions and abilitys that make ts3 even more addictive:D JK!
Summary: There are 3 cool new aspects to bring to your Sims experience, and 2 of them just aren't that great. Clubs/Appartments/High Rise Buildings- You want to take your sim out to a club? Well just know you will only be able to have fun for about 5 minutes or so, as people start arriving more at night time but they close at 2-3 am! By the time I get my sims doing something, it's time to go home beause the club closed.