It’s very hard to justify The Sims 3: World Adventures, as it’s nothing more than the exact same game with a few graphics swapped out (and not that many) and goals involving a quick jaunt to the other side of the world before coming home in the afternoon for tea and medals.

At least the original game placed you in a living, breathing community of Sims, upon whom you enacted your strange, devious, loving or friendly ways. That community gameplay is gone in World Adventures, and this leaves a significant gap.

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