The Sims 4

released on Sep 02, 2014
The Sims 4

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The Sims 4

released on Sep 02, 2014

Unleash your imagination and create a unique world of Sims that’s an expression of you! Explore and customize every detail from Sims to homes, and much more. Choose how Sims look, act, and dress, then decide how they’ll live out each day. Design and build incredible homes for every family, then decorate with your favorite furnishings and décor. Travel to different neighborhoods where you can meet other Sims and learn about their lives. Discover beautiful locations with distinctive environments and go on spontaneous adventures. Manage the ups and downs of Sims’ everyday lives and see what happens when you play out scenarios from your own real life! Tell your stories your way while developing relationships, pursuing careers and life aspirations, and immersing yourself in this extraordinary game, where the possibilities are endless. Play with life!


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when i create a household in the sims 4, i treat them like i would guinea pigs in a laboratory. this is an experiment, so it requires a closed environment. i create a house on a blank lot that is just a concrete box, fill it with premade bedrooms, kitchens, and bathrooms, construct an "entertainment facility" full of video games and TVs, and build an indoor pool for them to exercise in. i include no windows. their only source of light is approximately 20 floor lamps that i turn red to create a harrowing atmosphere. i build one door. once the sims enter the house, i remove the door. they are now trapped. i give myself millions of simoleons in order to provide for my sims' basic needs, and do not get them jobs or let them go to school, because that would require them to leave the house, and that's against the arbitrary rules of the experiment. then i just kind of watch them like they're fish in a tank. this is definitely not how the sims is supposed to be played. and i'm not even trying to kill them. i just don't like the idea that my sims could escape the facility and do things i'm not aware of. and it's kind of funny to imagine them living in a big brother style house that they can't leave where they all have to deal with each other every day, except there's no cameras, and it's forever. 3.5 stars


Rightfully hated when it came out because of how many staples of the franchise weren't included on the base game, and the massive step back of going from open world to lots like in sims 2 again, but I think its somewhat alright-ish now?
All the expansions released do provide some needed variety at least, and with a little modding it can truly last for a long time.
Not a terrible option right now for anyone who wants the sims experience without going back to the older games and avoiding all the technical issues that plague 3.


decent game. there's not much in the base game but mods can really boost the experience. no idea why dlcs are so expensive, but that's ea for you I guess


Empty, dull and almost without any interesting content (even the dlcs) even with all the dlcs it will give a few hours of fun until you do everything and get sick. The Sims 3 is still the best.


It's fun, but you have to be the boss of a Fortune 500 company to be able to afford even just the decent looking DLC.