Two New Supernatural Reviews!
In the wait for us to write our own Supernatural guide and review, check out the following reviews by Gizmo Fusion and Game Chronicles:
The Sims 3: Supernatural brings us the return of magic in our sims lives. This is something most players have been wanting back since Makin’ Magic! Supernatural introduces us to the new world of Moonlight Falls where vampires, werewolves, fairies, zombies, and witches roan the streets. When the sun goes down, the mysterious ways of these new sims comes out!
The original The Sims 3 may have been released almost six years ago, but the game is still going strong, if the advent of this seventh add-on—and the promise of an eighth seasons-related expansion on the horizon—is any indication. Based on the analogous Makin’ Magic expansion for the original The Sims, I initially expected some new content along the lines of witches and spells, but The Sims 3: Supernatural really throws in the kitchen sink. Supernatural adds a slew of creatures to the roster of playable Sim types, including the expected witches, and also fairies, genies, ghosts, zombies, werewolves, and enhanced vampires (sparkling optional). Each of these new Sim types have their own quirks, special interactions with objects and other Sims, and advantages.