Today, EA announced that The Sims 3 70s, 80s, & 90s Stuff Pack will be available on January 25 in South Africa and available for digital download on Origin.com.
In the latest stuff pack to launch from The Sims 3 franchise, players will be able to recreate iconic looks from decades past inspired by the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. The pack includes fashion essentials, such as clothing, hairstyles and a facial hair and on-trend d√©cor like a console stereo system, distressed furniture and arcade games to outfit Sims and their homes in stylish looks of yesteryear.
From the groovy 70s Sims will have all the right moves when boogying the night away in their flare jeans, bellbottoms and wide-collard suits. After a night of dancing the disco, Sims can continue the party with their very own Starlight Party Ball the perfect d√©cor piece to add that subtle bit of flare to any Sim home.
Next comes the 80s with big hair, bright colours and lots of fun. Sims will be ready to get physical as they throw on a leotard, legwarmers and a headband and hit the gym in true 80s fashion. Or if success is what they are after, Sims can dress in a vibrant suit with shoulder pads to bound up the career ladder. Whichever they choose, Sims will be dressed for success with the awesome attire introduced in this decade.
Finally, Sims get grunge in the 90s with tattered jeans, flannel t-shirts and layered tops. Alternatively, Sims opting for the 90s casual-chic style can don an asymmetrical hemline handkerchief skirt and rock a slick new hairdo. From this decade, Sims can outfit their homes with distressed and metal furniture creating a laid-back, rocker environment.
The Sims 3 70s, 80s, & 90s Stuff Pack has been rated PG by the Film and Publication Board (FPB) of South Africa and will be available from January 25th at your local retailers on PC/Mac and also available for download on PC at Origin.com.
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