The Sims 3: Island Paradise is one of the newest games to come out for the Xbox 360 and Windows. For those unfamiliar with the game, the goal of the game is to raise your Sim Nation to the next level, earning money and getting upgrades while doing so. The only problem is that things are a little bit hard to do while trying to complete your tasks, as you'll get sidetracked quite often, especially when you hit the wall. That's where a few different tools can help you out.
The Sims 3: Island Paradise adds new city challenges to the game as well, giving players a taste of what is to come in the final game. While it introduces new roads to travel on, the most noticeable thing about this expansion is that there are now four times more Sims characters to play with! Of course, getting to meet all of these new faces is just the start of things to come, as there are also a wide number of new things to do in this version of The Sims. Many of these new things include the ability to take part in the new sport of surfing, as Sims can now take their boards to the beach and use it to cross the water and do some wind surfing! These activities are a lot of fun, but they also add quite a bit of new complexity to an already addictive game.
Some players will enjoy the change that Sims can now make, but others may not find it to be very enjoyable. There is definitely a lot to learn, and master, with this particular expansion to the series, but there are those who will prefer the simplicity of the gameplay that comes with Sims 3: Island Paradise. If you are planning on playing the game with a few friends, or up against the computer, you should be aware that Sims might not be the best idea. The Sims 3: Island Paradise gives Sims something to learn about the physics of the world and allows players to enjoy the more detailed version of The Sims gameplay without feeling as if they have been deprived of anything.