Reviews and Problems with The Sims 3: Supernatural
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Sims 3, The - Supernatural
12 October 2012
Excerpt: As people, we all love the unexpected. It's new, it's different, it gives us something to talk about. When that novelty wears off though, the unexpected becomes just the opposite -- it becomes ordinary. That's the case with The Sims 3 and its latest expansion pack; Supernatural -- it takes one of the most novel parts of the formula -- the unexplained appearance of ghosts and other unworldly creatures and makes it part of the everyday experience.
The Sims 3 Supernatural Add-on – Review (Windows PC)
8 October 2012
Conclusion: I can really only recommend this to fans of the supernatural, as the expansion completely alters the game dynamics. If that’s you, then plenty of new modes and customizations make this expansion well worth the extra dough.
Review: The Sims 3: Supernatural Expansion Pack (PC)
8 October 2012
Excerpt: It’s hard being a Sim. Stuck in the same old boring dead-end job, you have a few kids and you fall dead after you discover your architect put walls around your pool. That’s why we have Expansion Packs. So your Sims can discover so much more to life and end up dying by an enchanted jellybean instead.
Summary: The Sims 3: Supernatural is filled with charm and ambition, but issues with zombies and lunar cycles cast a shadow over its best parts.
Pros: Allows for playing as werewolves, vampires, ghosts, witches, and others New town oozes with spooky personality Extensive new cosmetic options and traits add variety Alchemy and fortune-teller careers are fun
Cons: Bugged lunar cycle disrupts gameplay Zombies are more of an annoyance than a worthwhile feature
Summary: Parents need to know that The Sims 3: Supernatural is an expansion pack for The Sims 3 . Players must have a copy of the Sims 3 game in order to use this product. In addition to providing new items for players to use to decorate their virtual houses, this expansion focuses mainly on expanding the kind of characters that can be created in the game.
Excerpt: In what appears to me my weekly Sims 3 expansion review, I get my freak on with Supernatural. The latest expansion is all about the freaky creatures that, in the last decade, have lost their scary nature and become pop figures with glittering skin and good intentions. What I wanted this expansion to be is a more hardcore Sims expansion, but what I ended up with is fluff.
Excerpt: More than three years after its release, The Sims 3 has shown no signs of slowing down. In addition to constant content made available through The Sims 3’s online store, EA has just released the seventh expansion to the base game. The Sims 3: Supernatural expands on the game’s already-existing eerie elements while introducing a lot of new ones, providing plenty of potential for new gameplay situations.
Pros: A new town full of supernatural neighbors, Making supernatural families in Create-A-Sim, Plenty of new objects to incorporate into the core game
Cons: Zombie gameplay is mostly annoying, Minor glitches hamper the experience, Only one new career and one new skill
Excerpt: The Sims 3 is now a little over three years old, but the lovable life simulator hasn't seemed to have aged a bit. With the new release of The Sims 3 Supernatural , The Sims 3 universe has been expanded for the seventh time now with plenty of paranormal happenings, mythological creatures and mystical items contained within one wacky town.
Excerpt: Sims 3: Supernatural is an upcoming Expansion Pack, set to be released on the 4th of September 2012 for NA and 6th of September 2012 for the rest of the world, that adds 4 new active character types: Fairies, Wizards/Witches, Zombies and werewolves.