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A trailer for The Sims 3 Island Paradise is getting everybody all wet

Get your swim trunk and your flippie-floppies because you're about to go on a motherfu**in boat. EA has released a trailer for upcoming Island Paradise expansion for The Sims 3. As the name suggests, Island Paradise will offer a ton of island living features including living on a houseboat, performing deep sea diving, and owning/managing a resort.

Here Sims will find their path to happiness with all-new leisurely activities, outdoor escapades and out-at-sea discoveries. They can set sail on a sunset cruise, dive deep beneath the waves to explore the ocean floor, retreat to a romantic bungalow stilted just above the water, island hop to meet new Sims and more. With new modes of transportation such as houseboats, speedboats and jet skis, dive lots devoted to scuba and snorkeling enthusiasts and secret islands yet to be uncovered, The Sims 3 Island Paradise really opens up a whole new world to explore and adventures to embark on.

Check out the trailer above and count the days until you ride dolphins (I don't really know if you can do this, but it would be freaking awesome). The Sims 3 Island Paradise is set to release on June 25, 2013, just in time for summer. You can start planning your vacation by pre-ordering today. Pre-ordering the expansion will grant you the Limited Edition version of the game, which comes with the Island Survival Pack -- a new set of content that equips your Sims with "the necessities to scrap together an existence on a deserted island."

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