The Sims 3: World Adventures (NA)
Third party DRM: OriginPlease note that the free third-party service, Origin, must be used to activate this title.
This is an expansion pack and therefore requires The Sims 3 to be installed on the same system to function correctly.
"Moving beyond just throwing more stuff into a box and putting a price tag on it, this expansion is built on a very compelling and consistent theme that breaks the Sims out of their current suburban environments but also gives them the opportunity to bring back new skills, stories and souvenirs that can impact their day-to-day life." - IGN.com
"World Adventures introduces a number of fresh ideas and a bunch of great new content to the series." - Gamespot.com
Take your Sims on the adventure of their lives with The Sims 3 World Adventures. Guide your Sims to acclaimed fortune—or potential doom. Take your Sims to exotic destinations to hunt for hidden treasures. Uncover new skills, experience new personality traits and garner rewards, if your Sims succeed. Explore ancient tombs in the pyramids of Egypt, master martial arts in the Far East, and discover rich culture and famous landmarks in France. Adventure is on the horizon — what will your Sims discover?
-Accept challenges, find treasures, and discover what’s lurking in hidden caves and more.
-Explore famous landmarks in China, Egypt, and France.
-Learn new skills like photography and pursue new opportunities.
-Meet new Sims from exotic locations and share their cultures.
-Customize your Sims homes with new styles & artifacts from their adventures.
Decent Expansion If You're Interestedcybrxkhan | June 11, 2013 | See all cybrxkhan's reviews »
World Adventures was the first expansion for the Sims 3, and probably one of the better ones. Unlike some of the others that add fun but ultimately superfluous elements, World Adventures actually introduces an entirely new way to play, in a sense - your Sims can go to foreign locations and explore them. Exploring the locations in France, Egypt, or China is a mini-game in and of itself, where your Sims can try to discover new artifacts and encounter dangers. In terms of aesthetics, there's a lot of nice new French, Egyptian, and Chinese themed material to use in your house, and the new music is cute and nice too. However, like all Sims expansion, if you're not interested in this, don't buy it unless it's on a sale, and even then, consider whether you want other expansions first.