Reviews and Problems with The Sims 3 World Adventures
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Davi Smith, Amazon
13 May 2014
Summary: I love to travel so I wanted to get this, thinking it would be tons of fun. I never used it after the first couple hours. I don't even use the clothes that came with this expansion pack. I wish I had saved my money for a different expansion pack, like Seasons.
Summary: I bought it despite reading all the bad reviews. I like all the extra traits, clothes, and wishes but traveling is a pain. Just lost my family to some weird glitch. There's a red box on the friend panel with no name that I can not remove. I suspect it's the Sim I sent to France because he does not show up on his parent's friend panel. It takes forever to load into these new zones.
Michel Berube "llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll..., Amazon
21 August 2012
Summary: I bought this first expansion pack with joy (not from amazon though, but to install it I had to uninstall another expansion pack I bought earlier this year (The Sims 3 Generations (in French)).When I first played the Sims 3 World Adventures on my PC I still had a game saved with Generations, I made my sim travel to Egypt with her two daughters and when they arrived, they were invisible and they had no family funds so I had to delete my game.
Summary: The Sims 3 WA is actually a very good game, probably the best of the 3 expansion packs even with the most added content. The problem is though that its like an old Irish backroad. Its full of potholes and requires crappy workarounds. The glitches are a sight to behold. I have already had 1 family memeber just dissappear coming back from holiday.
Summary: This expansions starts off well enough but in order to progress at all you need to have a series of holidays. Trouble starts because the load times are a bit long. Trouble doubles because the occasional corruption creeps in. The game eventually becomes unplayable with crashes and hanging and lost progress. I gave up about 12 hours in. Very dissatisfied with the whole thing.
Summary: The holiday expansion is great fun, with varied Adventures to suit all of the different Sims personality types: the green-thumbed can learn nectar making; adventurous ones can explore Egyptian tombs; arty-types can learn photography; as well as shops full of interesting recipes and rivers with new fish. It also opens up the possibility for a huge future market in add-on adventures.
Summary: Tycker inte det här var något märkvärdigt. Och när jag åker på "semester" så händer det att när dom åker hem igen så blir dom klonade, alltså jag får två av en sim. Vilket gör att familjen är förstörd. Massa buggar i det som dom inte fixat. Tycker Sims 2 Världen runt var mycket roligare såfall.