GrumpyGlowfish wrote: »
Spa Day is often called a glorified SP, and I agree, but so is Dine Out. It comes with no new aspirations, no skills, no proper career, no occult, no world, just a new type of venue with a few new outfits and objects that look out of place everywhere else. I'll never get over ownable restaurants being sold as a separate GP when they should have been included in GTW.
Second would be Outdoor Retreat. I love the world, but there's so little to do there, it doesn't even justify the price for a night in the tent.
Hestia wrote: »
Outdoor Retreat was the most disappointing for me. I was hoping they would add some more forest-themed type of activities, such as archery, chopping wood, unique food stands, hot springs, log riding, and better costumes. I would have been a lot more excited to see bears, a bigfoot, etc. as an actual NPC life state (can't create in CAS due to uniqueness) and not a Sim in the costume. E.g The Sims 2 & The Sims 1. It would have been funny to see an actual Sim dressed in an Archer costume like TS1.
I could see honey being released with this pack and have bears autonomously trying to mess around with the hives like in The Sims 1. Overall, I was hoping back then to see a lot more woodland activities.