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Published on September 14th, 2012 | by simeon

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The Sims 3: Supernatural

The Sims is been a very popular and enduring franchise for E.A With three games in the series and several expansion packs for the series I am constantly amazed at the amount of new content that is made available.

The latest in the series, The Sims 3 Supernatural arrives just in time for Halloween I not only provides some fantastic new features but also provides tons of holiday themed options. Set in the town of Moonlight Falls, The first time players can play as supernatural characters which run the gamut from werewolves, vampires, wizards, witches, and other things that go bump in the night. Players not only get to have the look of their favorite supernatural characters but they also gain the ability to have traits, abilities, and interactions appropriate to their characters.

For example, wizards can learn to craft potions and elixirs, cast spells, or unleash these on the vacation spell. Which is on the other hand can zoom around on their broomsticks or converse with her magic mirrors.

Those are just a few would’ve countless examples that are available to players. One of my favorites is being able to deck out the Sims home in a very Gothic setting complete with the secret, sliding bookcase and hidden lair.

There’s some really clever touches like the Gypsy Caravan and skeletal maid Bonehilda which provides a lot of fun to the gameplay scenarios.

The graphics in game are sharp and if you are a fan of the series, you will know what to expect from the interface and gameplay. You will need to own a copy of The Sims 3 in order to play, but for hours of fun the entire family can enjoy. You will want to check this out.

5/5

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