*Update* – Electronic Arts has issued a statement to us regarding the “foul” language:
“Thank you so much for bringing this issue in the TS3 store content to our attention! We are currently working to fix this as soon as possible. We will keep you updated. “
Additionally, SimGuruTatertot(yum!) confirmed that the arch for June’s set will be changed.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We had already picked this up via a fan who contacted a Guru directly and you will be please to know that the arch in the June Store set will be changed. We apologize for any offense caused, but please be assured that it was completely unintentional.
The newest Sims 3 Store set preview has many of us scratching our heads. At first glance, this is just your typical store set preview. However, there is a big problem with the writing the “Wonderwall”.
Yes, you read that right. The word “Vadia” is Brazilian slang for some very distasteful words, as noted by Brazilian fan site Sims Domination. Innocent mistake, or something more? This isn’t the first time something like this has happen either. If you own The Sims 3 Roaring Heights, check out the name of the local school…
It is my understanding that EA checks with international studios when “naming” worlds, but does that routine apply to store content as well? If not, it’s time to start…