When it came to The Sims expansions (and it’s still partially prevalent), you had to be wary of which you were going to actually buy. There were either tacked on additions you wouldn’t want to spend the money on, or it was a golden idea that really expanded the gameplay. Luckily with The Sims 3, the expansions have mostly opened up the game in ways that really push how you play. It’s no different with The Sims 3: Island Paradise.
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