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  • Summary: In The Sims 4 Jungle Adventure, you can take your Sims on a mysterious escapade, discover an unknown culture, and travel to a unique wilderness landscape.


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  1. Feb 28, 2018
    Jungle Adventure for The Sims 4 is a breath of fresh air after Outdoor Retreat after all.
  2. Feb 28, 2018
    An interesting new add to the Sims universe, but not the most long lasting one.
  3. Feb 26, 2018
    This first jungle adventure for The Sims 4 is not as fun as it should be, especially for the lack of new content.
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  3. Negative: 2 out of 2
  1. Jun 16, 2018
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. When I first entered into the Adventure world, I was honestly amazed. Helping my sim fight his way through the jungle was much more immersive than I had expected. The places I was seeing on the horizon made me excited to continue, and I was in awe of the surroundings. If I were to see a screenshot of the background detail, I wouldn't have believed something so beautiful was a Sims game. But it's hard to imagine how fast gorgeous graphics can become irrelevant when the gameplay feels like a slap in the face.
    The detailed world promised so much that it was probably one of the biggest let downs I have ever experienced in gaming when I discovered how little effort was put into gameplay.
    I had only explored one temple, and it seemed all the amazing sights and crumbled, ancient buildings in the distance were just decoration and not an actual destination. I couldn't believe there could be only one temple, so I looked up guides. I was sure there were just some difficult ways to get to those amazing sights that I wasn't figuring out. Nope. One. One temple.
    I feel robbed, in all honesty. I have a somewhat low opinion of EA, and was fully willing to admit that they had hit this one out of the park with love and attention to detail, until I figured out that one temple was all I got. And a severely lackluster one as well. They pulled that temple out of their ass in a day or less. I finished it in fifteen minutes tops, and that was with 100% completion, and it was uneventful. I thought it had to be some sort of practice temple.
    So different from the amazing Sims 3 Adventures, with mummies to fight, curses, puzzles, and hours-long play time in a single temple.

    EA has lost what small shred of respect I still had for them, and I have been a Sims lover since I first played the Sims 2 at eight or nine years old. This was a cheap cash grab with no love or care put into this game, and I feel my hard-earned money has been stolen from me. This is a feeling I've had all too frequently when dealing with EA.
    Don't waste your money, sit this one out.
  2. Mar 3, 2018
    This game pack bored me within a couple of hours which is pretty disappointing. The Sims 3 world adventures had allot more depth andThis game pack bored me within a couple of hours which is pretty disappointing. The Sims 3 world adventures had allot more depth and returnable enjoyment out of it. Ea seems to have seriously gone down hill with the Sims 4 content since it has been released. Expand