January 18, 2011

New picture of The Sims 3 Outdoor Living Stuff

Just saw the first one posted at Sims 3 Cri, along with some Facebook thing. There's also a couple others at Sim Programs.

26 comments:

  1. I thought that thing way in the back of the first picture was a dog house!

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  2. ^ dummy! ZOMGLOLZ!@!@!@!!!

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  3. kastsu you need to seriously stfu.

    looking forward to getting this.

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  4. ^ Excuse yourself. I think you need to stfu.

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  5. Stay away from my butt.

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  6. ^ I already have the dildo's lubed. Too late.

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  7. looks like the best stuff pack so far.


    i just want a few more pictures.

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  8. It's what? A couple weeks before this stuff pack is released and there isn't a trailer yet?

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  9. Looks okay, I guess.

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  10. What the fuck? My comment went poop-i-doop....buggeration.

    Anyway, I'll try to reiterate.

    1. One of these pictures is old

    2. GIANT OUTDOOR TELEVISION!!!!

    2. That stove/oven looks like it's built into the counter. I hope it can do that with all counters, and isn't just a stove designed to blend with THAT outdoor set. Did that make any sense?

    3. Katsu, I just looked at it, and it DOES look like a doghouse until you really focus. Now it looks like a birdcage XD.

    4. That wallart in the third picture is really nice.

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  11. ^ It did make sense, I'd love to see an outdoor kitchen as well.

    I know people like to grumble about stuff packs, but EA wants to make money. As long as they put nice items in, I don't mind buying.

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  12. doesnt look worth it... meh i could get better custom content for free /

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  13. I think, this will be the second stuff pack, that I won't buy.
    It's simply more of the stuff, we already have. Boring.

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  14. I wish Maxis.........?

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  15. Pictures look nice. Love the decor. Looking at the new hairs and clothes, they look nice too. Will be getting this SP.

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  16. I just got the sims for Christmas... how do I get arred store stuff to work in the game? Links please, thanks!

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  17. ^You're better off getting s3rc over at MATY and running the .sims3packs over that tool. A black box will flash (or stay up, depending on how big the file is) and when it closes, then it's recompressed. Then you can use Delphy's Sims3Pack Multi-Installer to rip the files out as Packages. You do NOT need to decrapify unless you know exactly what you're doing and just have to have stuff in .sims3packs. Decrapifying shouldn't be done unless it's necessary because once you do it, you have to decrapify saves, user presets, your library, etc., it is irreversible, and you cannot share decrapified files because it may ruin someone else's game.

    I'd link you, but this stupid spam filter almost always eats them up.

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  18. ^Or download from Simsfairy. I've never had a problem with their store content refusing to download.

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  19. They could of put many more objects in, considering the fact that it doesn't take them long to make it.

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  20. ^^ Where can I find Simsfairy? I googled it but got nothing :(

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  21. And EA once again milks the dumb Sims playerbase who will happily shell out money for it, while they could instead download it for free like every smart person does it nowadays.

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  22. "Where can I find Simsfairy? I googled it but got nothing :("

    Google harder found it in 5 seconds.

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  23. "And EA once again milks the dumb Sims playerbase who will happily shell out money for it, while they could instead download it for free like every smart person does it nowadays."


    Yea but for people who dont know how to use torrents or want to mess with it, this is an easier solution. I agree that this stuff is a load of bullshit, as it probably took EA two days to make all this stuff.

    They need to put much more furniture in their stuff packs.

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