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Share your rise to fame in The Sims 3 Showtime. Your Sim can become a superstar singer, acrobat, or magician and even moonlight as a DJ. New, optional features allow you to connect with friends and share your showtime moments through in-game newsfeeds, messaging, and live updates.
Rise to Stardom — Venture into a new world and live the dream as a singer, acrobat, magician, or DJ. Watch your Sims rise to fame—or go down in flames as they perform for other Sims.
Create New Sims — New traits and Lifetime Wishes give you more tools to tell the stories you want.
A Whole New World — The brand new world of Starlight Shores features new venues and new objects to hone your Sims’ talents.
Rise to Fame — Build your own custom stages and see your Sims perform in sold-out arenas and in front of packed crowds.
Book or Host Gigs — Using the optional SimPort feature, send your Sim to a friend’s game to perform in their world, book gigs, go on tour, and even be reviewed.
Be Connected (Optional) — Make new friends, connect, and share your stories and experiences without ever leaving the game. Using the new individual in-game newsfeeds, messaging, and live updates, post your Sims’ successes, share gameplay techniques, create wishlists and gifts, search for new friends and share memories.
New Achievement System — Earn rewards for achieving goals and accomplishing special challenges that can be tracked and shared via in-game newsfeeds and messages. New achievements will be introduced on a regular basis.
If you were a fan of the party expansions for the Sims 1 and 2, this matched with Late Night will being you endless fun.
You can stay out all night and have even more options as to how to have fun and party. Except, you can be the life of the party for a change.
Alone, it is a good expansion that adds a fair amount of content but it's by far the best added onto Late Night.
This add on focuses less on building a life, and more on building towards STARDOM... which is actually less interesting than it sounds.
Unlike the Sims 3 base game, this one doesn't really encourage creativity where there are multiple ways to achieve goals. You can be a Singer, Acrobat, Magician or DJ (as described above), but the ways to get to the top is actually pretty linear, and gets boring quite fast.
Things world complimenting would be the new world where your Star sim will shine. That area is actually pretty interesting and visually pleasing.
I... regret purchasing this DLC when it came out. Another overpriced Sims 3 DLC IMO.