posted on Apr, 11 2015 @ 10:12 AM
a reply to: the owlbear
If you do Sims 3 and all its expansions, but prepared to go pick up the mods from certain websites. It seems when the created the expansions, they
never tested them all together only the mod with the original. So putting them all in together can create tons of bugs that can make the game
Thankfully, the player base fixed this issue, and the game is easy enough to mod, made for it even. I personally prefer
Twallan's story and game control
mods. There are all kinds of fun tweaks you can add to the way the game plays
with these including allowing gay couples and even letting them have kids. Adding cops and robbers and controlling the rate at which the vampires from
Supernatural will spawn (the original game tends to let your entire town become vamped before you know it). This mod also lets your town carry on in a
realistic family fashion so it really does age and carry on with your families.
Also, while modding is easy, and the player base has created some incredible stuff. It is all too easy to get crappy, buggy downloads through the main
site that can bork your game up. For that reason, if you do alter your game, I suggest you either find a testing mod that will scan any downloadable
stuff (hair, makeup, etc.) for bad DLC because a lot of folks will upload stuff connected to bad DLC, or create a world specifically to test new stuff
to make sure it won't blow up your game.
edit on 11-4-2015 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)