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Ispent way too much money on Dragon Quest XI merchandise. Dragon Quest being my favorite game franchise, and a numbered installment in the series being a.

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Well, Town Life is a Stuff Pack, not an expansion pack. The difference is that expansion packs usually add a lot of new stuff from new gameplay to new interactions, it will also add things like objects, hair, and clothes. A stuff pack only adds a few new objects, and sometimes a couple of new hairstyles and such, but generally nothing groundbreaking, no new gameplay, etc. (And, IMHO Town Life is the most useless stuff pack). My personal favorite is Late Night, but others are good too. My opinions on them are: - World Adventures: Cute, and exploring tombs and getting to go somewhere other than the neighborhood is nice. New skills like nectar-making and martial arts are a plus. On the downside taking a trip with lots of sims just gets annoying because they have to be micromanaged. Also, the whole thing is about "Adventures" so, you do several mini-games and fetch quests. Not bad, just not the best, and certainly not for everyone. - Ambitions: This one is actually pretty good. You get a new town and professions like firefighter, ghost hunter, stylist, and things like that so you can finally follow your sim to work now. Lots of new skills come with this one like sculpting and inventing, your sim can also finally become self-employed. Good if you want more stuff to keep your sims busy and new ways to make money. - Late Night: Like I said, my favorite. There is sooooo much stuff packed into this one. You also get a new town with this one with high rise apartments. You get clubs, hot tubs, new instruments, bands, vampires, celebrity status, mixology (bartending), etc. New objects and furniture sets as well, and they put some really cute clothes and hair into this one. - Generations: Generations is cool, but you have to kind of dig deep to find the content, it s not so obvious. No new town or anything, but this is a good EP if you play with lots of families. Basically, it gives sims of every age more stuff to do. You get make-believe and dress-up for kids, pranks and punishment for teens as well as school dances and field trips, Sims who are teen and older can finally go on dates now, there is a memories system, scrapbooks, the ability to form a daycare, and more. - Pets: I love this one, but then again I m an animal lover and I ve always felt that something was missing in the game until they gave the option to have pets. If you don t want pets or don t think virtual animals are fun, this one won t offer much for you. But if you re interested in those things, then it s great. You get dogs, cats, horses, and birds plus tons of small animals like mice, lizards, turtles, etc. Your sim can work on his or her riding skill and enter competitions, and the new town that comes with the expansion pack is really pretty. Besides that, the Showtime expansion pack is coming in March. Not sure what to think of that one. Supposedly it gives your sim the chance to be an entertainer like a professional singer or magician, and it is going to add a lot of social features so you can connect with other simmers if you want to. So, we ll see. Hope you find some of what I said helpful. Here s a link to my favorite Sims 3 site. You can find more info about all of the EPs there:

I spent way too much money on Dragon Quest XI merchandise. Dragon Quest being my favorite game franchise, and a numbered installment in the series being a rare event, I found it appropriate to splurge. In the video above, watch what $600 got me.

My true buddy Kyle, who lives in Japan, endured Dragon Quest XI launch madness to obtain and ship me this big box of Dragon Quest goods with punctuality.

A wacky-huge box of this merchandise arrived at my house in the morning while I was on my way out the door. I couldn’t leave my house without opening this box, and taking my sweet time doing so.

The company revealed the game at the Dragon Quest Summer Festival 2017 going on in Japan this weekend and even teased some early gameplay footage.

The first Dragon Quest Builders took the Minecraft formula and applied it to a beloved RPG series with a surprising balance between a guided story and open-ended simulation. Apparently, the new game will build on the successful formula of the first by adding things like underwater diving and multiplayer between up to four people, as well as tripling the number of blocks that can be stacked on top of one another.

More importantly, there will be hang gliding, because as The Legend of Zelda: the Breath of the Wild there’s no more satisfying way to get from point A to point B than falling really slowly. It’ll also no doubt be a great way to get some perspective on the things you’ve built in DQB2 and admire them from afar.

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Eva Ferrari is the Italian in her 40s going for a mature MMF threesome with Yuri Loco and Max Ferri. The brown haired swinger rides from missionary to cowgirl and gets a cum on tits finale.

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Gorgeous pinup babe Ariadna dresses up in her finest outfit and seduces lover Thomas Stone. They're in for some impassioned fucking, finished with jizz all over her pretty face.

Fancy manicures were once reserved for special occasions but are nowadays so popular that they’ve proved a recession-proof beauty indulgence.

High streets are awash with salons and nail varnish has developed into high-tech design, led by pop stars such as Lady Gaga and Jessie J.

Yet concerns have been raised about the potential harm of these treatments, and scare stories abound about poorly trained technicians leaving nails brittle, weakened or infected.