simgirl1010 wrote: »
I love stuff packs. I'm mainly a one family player and new content in smaller doses just seems more manageable for me. In fact I could totally get behind just having stuff packs and game packs.
jimbbq wrote: »
I like game packs. Ts4 EP quality recently have been rather Questionable. Island living is so empty. Discovery university has hardly any fun gameplay. Eco lifestyle is good but soo buggy.
Not a fan of stuff pack apart from laundry and the knitting pack seems beefy.
All in all I do like the 3 pack model.
Uzone27 wrote: »
Gamepacks offer so much more bang for the same $20 that brought us the stuff packs of the past it's not even a debate.This before adjusting for inflation.
The Sims has always had at least these two offerings, and where it comes to the $20 price point product specifically they have delivered far more bang for the buck than they have in the past.
The $10 price point product is basically a half price stuff pack of old that includes a workable item.
Not quite as many items as the old stuff packs, but certainly not half as many and much better bang for the buck than ala carte TS3 store items
I think we're doing OK.
KrayzieStryker wrote: »
You know they scratch content from EPs, to add them into GPs, SPs. So its part of adding life buying all the Packs. There is no denying this is a really well made money generator for EA and Maxis. No other option for having a washing machine get the certain Stuff pack for example. Well its been practise since release nothing new to me.