The Sims is a pretty good simulacrum of human life. Sims fall in and out of love, move, change careers, have families, and grow old. It’s easy to see the ups and downs of life reflected in this game—Sims even endure the mundanity of catching a cold and getting bad grades. One thing Sims can’t do, though, is be sober.
Tagged With the sims 4
Nitpicking is easy. I can always spot the one dirty dish in an otherwise flawless kitchen. Likewise, small flaws in a video game can stick out to me. The Sims 4 fandom loves to nitpick, and although I’m also really bothered by that one lot in Bedrock Straight where a single tile is mismatched from the rest of the house, I see this game get nitpicked way too often.
The truth is, at its core, The Sims 4 is a good game, and it always has been.
If you’re playing a straight female Sim in The Sims 4, finding someone to date can be difficult. Many of the pre-made Sims are either taken or not that cute, and if you take a chance on a randomly generated Sim, you might end up with a hotheaded slob who hates kids. Luckily, you can peruse the Sims 4's Gallery to find more eligible bachelors, all dreamed up by members of the Sims community. I took a look at what’s on offer.
With every new Sims expansion, there comes new bug fixes. Just before the Seasons expansion launched last week, The Sims' team pushed through some fixes. Turns out that the expansion itself made a few more bugs, which they fixed yesterday. Some of these patch notes are pretty funny. Here are my favourites.
Jungle Adventure is the latest game pack for The Sims 4. It's a holiday world, meaning your sim can go for a few days when they need a break from regular life. They will travel to Selvadorada, a South American-flavoured country, where they can take in the local culture and also explore a jungle and its ruins. Come for the beautiful scenery, but stay for the adventuring.