The Sims 3 Master Suite Stuff review video is online

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

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Is the fifth stuff pack expansion for The Sims 3 worth buying? What exactly does it include? Will it help your erectile dysfunction? This rather snarky review of MSS answers these questions and more.

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6 comments on “The Sims 3 Master Suite Stuff review video is online

  1. Robert says:

    EA and The Sims Team have been going towards a more “provocative” direction ever since the release of Late Night, and it seemed to have been getting worse ever since. It’s unsurprisingly the most prominent in their supposedly “Free-to-play” Sims Social Facebook game for all the teens to chuckle and feel awesome about.

    Very succinct and well-done review on another “not worth my money” Stuff pack. You seemed to have had the most fun with this one. 😛

  2. Xaromir says:

    This stuff-packs and addon mayhem is the main reason why i do not buy the sims. I would feel that i’m missing out on something, but don’t have the money. While most addons at least do something, the stuff-packs are useless things people could get elsewhere for free, but both are radically overpriced. I would pay 15Eur for each of the addons and maybe 5Eur per stuff-pack but that’s basically my upper limit for what they do. Besides that – it’s from EA! How do i know i’m not forced at some point to install origin or that my steam copy may become unusable in one way or the other?
    1. To many/often 2. To pricy 3. Often not enough to no value 4. I don’t trust EA.
    I find it somehow sad, as sims always used to be fun, but i don’t regret quitting it. Look at for example Nadeo; they have a habit of releasing free addons that usually do much more than the sims stuffpacks do, and nations is actually a free game! Why can’t others do that? (Or at least give us fairer prices.)

  3. Gemini says:

    I don’t even play any of the Sims games and I still enjoy your reviews of the expansions for it and such. It’s hilarious that EA somehow thinks they can get so much money for such tiny content updates when you consider that you can buy this expansion for the same cost as 2 to 4 games on Steam or GOG.
    …Actually, before the days of the internet, this marketing strategy would’ve worked really well. I guess EA are behind the times or something. : P

    • EA, behind the times? Say it ain’t so!

    • Xaromir says:

      Oh i think they do, that’s probably why they keep doing this. I bet it takes less than one week of work for one person to put something like this together; if just a view people buy it, it’s a financial success. Back then there also was a lot of BS, we just don’t remember it (for a good reason) what we remember is stuff like Lord of Destruction, Frozen Throne, the JA2 Addon (Wildfire i think), we still have good addons, but yes – things became more pricey.

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