IGN Reviews The Sims 3 Supernatural

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As you can probably tell by the title, the theme for The Sims 3: Supernatural, the latest Sims 3 expansion, is spooky stuff that goes “bump” in the night. The Sims 3 has always had its share of strange denizens, from mummies introduced in World Adventures to vampires in Late Night, but now fairies, werewolves, and zombies are added to the mix. Throw in a dash of magic, and the virtual neighborhood is starting to resemble a regurgitated Harry Potter fanfic mixed with heavy doses of crazy.



Supernatural starts with the obvious expansion stuff: new decorations, new clothes, new hairstyles, and so on. There’s nothing earth-shattering there. There is a single new career track, so you can have your Sims employed as a fortune teller along one of two branches: a legitimate all-knowing seer, or a scam artist who uses charming and manipulative words to win promotions.