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RememberJoy wrote: »
I like all of the game packs honestly, and can't imagine playing without any of them. But my favorites top to bottom are:
1.Vampires - I use this one all the time and I love Forgotten Hollow.
2. Parenthood - This pack and Seasons actually got me into playing families again.
3. Jungle Adventure - This is just a beautiful world, and I love the exploring element.
4. Spa Day - I use the yoga mats and meditation stools in almost every game.
5. Outdoor Retreat - I love the wooded world and use the camping stuff in survival type games.
6. Dine Out - Don't use this one too often, but I do enjoy taking my sims out to eat once in awhile.
Hermitgirl wrote: »
If we ever got a witches pack .. it might blow past them all for me... still waiting...
hadklax wrote: »
Parenthood is awesome. I love the objects, CAS and interactions that the pack provides. It gives a bit more to the sense of family in the game and child or teens personal development feels enriched.
Jungle Adventure is an amazing destination pack. I love the varied temple every time and the game is aesthetically pleasing. The little community lots (which I've edited for my own preference) are also amazing to meet new locals and perhaps begin a holiday romance. I feel Jungle Adventure in polls like these haha. It seems second or third on many people's list but not often first so it's popular but people don't vote for it lol.
Vampires I don't use too much in my game style but the pack is really well done. The dark form CAS stuff, including facial features, is excellent and the options to give different powers is cool. I wish the lot traits worked better i.e. Vampire Nexus doesn't seem to attract Vampires, and ability to ask to see dark form or make it part of a club outfit would be nice too.
Dine Out is excelllent with lots of restaurant choice and excellent build objects. BUT.., meals take far too long. 10 to 15 hours for one meal is an ordeal.
Spa Day I really enjoy and the spa objects are great. The constatnt need to wear a towel can be a little irritating and my Sims don't exactly live at the spa i.e. visit all the time haha. It also provides some create build objects, wallpapers and flooring for home bathrooms.
Outdoor Retreat is lovely but feels a little empty by comparison. There isn't a huge amount to do in the forest but I do enjoy it for a couple of sims days. If that's the style of sim you like playing (outdoorsy), this will be perfect.