Game Review: Sims 3 Showtime

The Sims3 Showtime introduces a lot to the game. Instead of a career, your Sim can become a freelance artist; they can sing, dance or become a musician, acrobat or DJ. Jobs come regularly sort of like opportunities. It does take time to work your way up, however. I tried to make Sonya a singer,…

Game Review: Sims Medieval

The Sims Medieval, although one of the earlier games, is a really great one. It’s a base game, which means it cannot be used as an expansion, nor as an expansion to other base games. It’s not a free play game, unlike most Sims games. You begin as a monarch and complete tasks to unlock…

Game Review: Sims 3 Pets Expansion

  I grew up playing the Sims 2 Pets on my brothers PlayStation 2 so I was keen as beans to download the Sims 3 PC adaptation – and I wasn’t disappointed. Gone are the days of cats or dogs, now you can get horses! That was the biggest excitement for me. It changes the…

Game Review: Sims 3 Fast Lane Stuff

The Fast Lane expansion doesn’t add on a heap of new experiences, rather it contains items and fashion which you can use to improve your Sim’s lifestyle. It wasn’t my cup of tea to be honest. You can’t really activate more than 2-3 expansions without the game slowing down, and of the ones I own,…

Game Review: Sims3 Supernatural

  The Sims 3 Supernatural is frickin great! I know it’s the only one I have at the moment, so I’m fully biased and stuff, but legit it’s incredible. If you’re into home decorating and building, the new furniture and fixtures will blow your mind! If you’re more about building a career for your sims,…