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The Sims 3 Ambitions - Realistic Goals or Implausible Dreams?

For now, the time for adventuring is over. It's time to go to work.

The second expansion for The Sims 3 has landed and it is focussing on new professions ranging from sculpting to firefighting to investigating to ghosthunting. After having had some time to look through all of them and more, evaluating the new systems and see whether or not it is able to do what it claims, this is the précis of what has been found.

If you'd like to know more, click here!

Written at 09:45 on Wednesday, 21 July 2010 by Andy.

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Written at 22:11 on Monday, 27 June 2011 by Joe Marchesani (JoeSim3)
I'm not sure what the two lists of shopping links previously posted have to do with the Ambitions expansion pack.

I've waited to get into Sims 3, so I was able to buy a "deluxe" combo that included the original game and the Ambitions expansion pack. I'm glad I waited because the extra careers are more eccentric that the original ones.

So far, I've tried the firefighter and sculptor careers. I've run into some bugs -- the fires don't actually flame at the emergency calls, for example -- but it's still fun to play. I found the sculpture career path rather confusing until I looked at Carl's The Sims 3 Guide and Walkthrough. Once I had a clearer idea of what I could do, I enjoyed playing it more.

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