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70s, 80s, and 90s Stuff Pack Revealed For The Sims 3

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Moar, moar, moar.

Next to completing that butt nugget Bloodrayne Betrayal, building my own abode in The Sims is still my most gratifying gaming experience to date. That terribly placed bathroom window in the kitchen or that linoleum floor in the living room: going on a bulldozing spree is catharsis for me.

January 22nd will bring 70's, 80's, and 90's Stuff; it's yet another add-on pack that will likely retail for $20, a steep price to pay for re-skinned stuff when the community is constantly distributing impressive custom content for free. When you add up eight "Stuff" packs, purchasing all The Sims retail content is a ton of Simoleons.

I'm a child of the 90s, so I can safely say the chance I design a Grunge themed room and demand my sim wear a scrunchie around her wrist is high. Despite the title being pretty self-explanatory, EA created a colorful advertisement to woo you:



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Staff article by Mandy Safai (November 09, 2012)

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