EA Dissapoints With Broken Sims 3 Spell Book Premium Content

I’ve admittedly been a wee bit behind the ‘Premium Content’ curve, premium content being special content that adds new functionality to The Sims 3. I recently decided to download my first piece, Lady Ravendancer Goth’s Book O’ Spells, which cost a whopping 500 sim points. Imagine my disappointment when I discovered that it was broken because it is not compatible with Hidden Springs. There was no warning given when I downloaded the content of course, EA didn’t just basically steal my money, they also wasted an hour of my life spent trying to work out why I can’t cast spells, dammit.

It turns out that the conflict between the Hidden Springs World Download and the Spell Book is a known one, but absolutely nothing has been done to rectify the issue. Another reason to support independent Sims 3 modders and stay the heck away from the official Sims 3 store. If you can’t reasonably expect paid content to work, what the heck is it good for?

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