A review of Supernatural – if you’ve still not made up your decision, read ahead!
It’s been more than three years since EA’s The Sims 3 came out and the game shows no signs of slowing down — especially when one thinks that there is already another expansion (Seasons) on the way roughly two months after this latest one (Supernatural). Supernatural expands upon the somewhat limited eerie content already available within the game (and its many previous expansions) and puts it all together in the town of Moonlight Falls.
Moonlight Falls is more than just the quiet little suburb that most expansion towns are. After all, what would one expect from a town populated with faeries, vampires, werewolves, and witches. Sure, there’s the “normal” human Sim here and there, too, but that’s hardly the appeal. Honestly, on sim type alone, Supernatural pops quite the appeal — especially with the “Twilight” crowd (there’s a special potion that can be made to make your vampire immune to sunlight with a side effect being that vampire becoming sparkly). And, yes, vampires are not new toThe Sims 3, having been introduced in Late Night, but their roles have been greatly expanded thanks to this latest expansion.