We took a brief look at the latest Sims 3 expansion, University Life, earlier this year, but now that we’ve had a chance to go hands-on with the final product, we’ve found out the that expansion contains far more content than even we could have initially imagined.
If you’re familiar with the University Life expansion from the Sims 2, then you might know what to expect here. However, instead of introducing a brand new age group and then locking that age group to the expansion, the University Life portion of the Sims 3 is open to all Sims of an adult age (even the elderly). Sims can apply for scholarships and take aptitude tests before choosing from one of a few majors, including Communications, Fine Arts, and Physical Education. After college, Sims with degrees will have a chance to enter the workforce at higher levels than non-educated Sims, and they’ll also receive higher starting wages.