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Can you put a price on a good job? Would you rather toil in a non-descript building each day, or take on a more exciting, if less financially-sound job? Well, The Sims 3: Ambitions makes this last question easy: I can’t recommend shelling out thirty or forty dollars to make the work aspect of your Sim’s life more enjoyable. While it’s fun to catch ghosts, put out fires, and give Mohawks to everyone in town, The Sims 3: Ambitions is still marred by bugs, a time-management system that makes playing a chore, and the feeling that you should be getting all of this as a free update. Expansions like Ambitions and World Adventures don’t work as stand-alone games, and worse still, they make the flaws and frustrations of the original Sims 3 more glaring.