The Sims 4 (NA)
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The Sims 4 is the highly anticipated life simulation game that lets you play with life like never before. Create new Sims with intelligence and emotion, whose every action is informed and affected by their interactions and emotional states. Experience all new intuitive and fun creative tools. Sculpt your Sims in Create A Sim and construct unique homes with the tactile room-based Build Mode. Control the mind, body, and heart of your Sims with dynamic, emotion-rich gameplay, and bring your stories to life.
- New Sims – Create and control more intelligent, more relatable, and emotionally rich Sims.
- Intelligence – Your Sims move and act more naturally than ever before, from multitasking to expressing their emotions by the way they walk. Choose the personalities of your Sims, select their aspirations, and explore the depth of their lifelong goals through your Sims’ thoughts, social skills, careers, and memories.
- Emotional Depth – For the first time, Sims feel and express emotions. Your Sims can experience a diverse range and depth of emotional states and are influenced through other Sims, actions, events, memories, or even by the clothing and objects you choose. Emotions offer you more choice by giving you the opportunity to create richer stories with even more possibilities.
- New Creative Tools – Create A Sim and Build are more powerful, intuitive, and fun than ever before. You have the freedom to sculpt Sims with tactile precision. Effortlessly construct the home of your dreams with the all new room-based Build Mode.
- Vibrant Neighborhoods – Chose among brilliant and diverse lots for your Sims to live in. Vivid visuals bring your Sim’s home to life.
- Rich Rewards – Earn new objects, outfits, and traits by completing events, discovering collectables, and unlocking achievements.
- Share Your Creations – Share your Sims’ households with your friends and the community. Download community creations for an all-new look.
WorthMoohky | Sept. 8, 2014 | See all Moohky's reviews »
If you have the creative mind to build homes and then live in them, then this is the game for you. It is an amazing game to play and gets really addicting. I stayed up all night when i started playing, couldn't resist the fun. Give this game a 8/10 only because it does not have pools. For those who say is bad, don't listen to them. The game just came out and still has over 100 expansions to be released!
Seems like a good gameBrockist_ | Sept. 7, 2014 | See all Brockist_'s reviews »
Some things have been left out, eg: Toddlers, Carrying your baby, Pools, create a style, and open world, I feel that this game is a great game. Some of these things were necessary to take out such as open world because if you keep an open world it lags your game by rendering a lot of un-needed items, also create a style was probably removed due to the amount of textures that needed to be loaded. Overall I love the game, the overhauled Build Mode and Create a Sim are the focal features as well as all of the new emotions.
TL:DR Sims 4 is a great game, if you're willing to look past a few downsides and the price.
PS: Take advantage of this sale GMG has going! It makes the game even more worth it!
A good gameJNKRedsox | Sept. 4, 2014 | See all JNKRedsox's reviews »
There have been many people complaining about the lack of features not in the game as well as the loading screens and small world. I am disappointing about all of those but the game is still fun and good. It loads much faster than Sims 3 ever did and it saves faster as well. You can still navigate through the neighborhood you are in without a loading screen but when you do encounter a loading screen, they are very quick, 30 seconds top. The gameplay is much smoother than The Sims 3 ever was. The lack of features and careers is a let down but just like any other Sims game, they come with the DLC. I give this an overall rating of 84.
Sims 3.5minidruid | Sept. 2, 2014 | See all minidruid's reviews »
Fairly underwhelmed by the game in general. Graphically is looks like a polished up Sims 3 and the art style seemingly changed slightly, for the better. Creating your character is an improvement although a little clunky. The game play itself leaves a lot to be desired. I was really hoping for another breakout amazing game that i could pour hundreds of hours into like i did with Sims 2 and 3 both came out. I will be lucky if i hit 20 hours with Sims 4. It isn't necessary a horrible game but it doesn't feel like they actually put nearly the amount of time they claim into the game. In many cases I kept thinking they grabbed the Sims 3 updated the graphics, added emotions, and then sent it off. Many of the things that made the series grow have disappeared such as the whole "open world" feeling. The game also seems to be lacking items and building options that i can't fathom why they removed them from the game. Overall i'm pretty unsatisfied with the game. I can't call it a complete flop but i see no reason why i would continue playing Sims 4 when i already own 3 with multiple expansions.
From What I've seen it looks alright.BigEarsCross | Dec. 10, 2013 | See all BigEarsCross's reviews »
From the little bit of game play and images i have seen of this game i can say that i am somewhat impressed with how the game will play but not impressed with how it is going to look. The new "Smart Sim" tech we will have looks pretty dang cool and makes the sims feel more alive and not so much a robot who will reset after a action is complete. Animations look smoother and more realistic than any other Sims game before. The graphics on the other hand suck like I wasn't asking for Frost Bite 3 or Cry Engine but instead something that looked smoother and over all better not something that looks like Disney made it. This game looks to childish and cartoony but then again if we make it look more realistic we start to get into uncanny valley, What I mean to say is that this game looks like a free to play game and to compare it look at The Sims 4 and then look at The Sims FreePlay they look almost the same. but i can get over the graphics because they do grow on you over time so that's why i give this game a unofficle score of 78.