I have been with Sims since THE Sims (the first one). Each had things the others didn’t, but it still felt like they were evolving… Until Sims 4…
The Sims (the first one): 8/10
I didn’t play this one as much as the others, but this title still holds it’s own. Paving the way for one of my favorite games ever, The Sims was a one-of-a-kind!
A lot of people consider this to be the best Sims, but I think other Sims’ improved in ways that The Sims (the first one) couldn’t fully match.
The Sims 2: 8/10
The leap from The Sims to The Sims 2 was the most substantial leap in the series, improving upon almost everything in the game as well as adding plenty new features and customizations. There were a few flaws with the A.I. and the loading screen were ridiculously long… Nonetheless, this games brings back some of the best of my gaming experiences.
You may be asking yourself “If the leap from The Sims to The Sims 2 was so big, why did you rate them the same?”. The reason for this is that: The Sims 2 DID add lots of features, but because of this there were a decent amount of frustrating bugs and long load times.
The Sims 3: 9/10
The Sims 3 is the best of the best, the le meilleur du meilleur, the Chuck Norris of simulation games. This game perfected almost every missing and/or broken aspects of the past games with customization being stupendous. All this makes, what I think is, the best Life/Simulation game out there.
It would of been a 10/10, but the base game does lack some variety. Even then, the expansion packs are SO WORTH IT, adding completely new features, furniture, clothing, hair styles, jobs, skills, time periods and countries! It is also moddable, making for an absurd amount of extra gameplay.
The Sims 4: Will not be rated. I am doing the best to block this from my memory and will no longer allow this… Thing… anymore of my frustration and disappointment.
I can use a mediocre PC and play on normal to high settings and still have no problems running The Sims 3. The Sims 4 has loading screens around every corner, ruining any immersion the game will get. It’s basically a weird looking Sims 2 with less features.
So you can give your opinion, but then I get hate for giving my opinion? I wasn’t really trying to change your mind, I was just confuzzeld (confused) as to why you like TS4 more. Also, there is no need for language.
Let me just be forth right and say that I am a VERY SARCASTIC person. I wasn’t mad, I was just confused for your reasons… Like I said, I’m very sarcastic.
Well, being a console peasant that i am, i’ve never played either games, but seeing all the reviews, and let’s plays of it, i can conclude that The Sims 4, while disappointing, is decent. I’ve seen the ‘emotion’ system at work, and gotta say, the create-a-sim seems awesome. My only complaint is that there is NO COLOUR WHEEL. I mean, seriously? Are you telling me that even with no open world to explore and with the game being the loadscreenfest that it is, it still “can’t handle” the concept of choosing more than 20 colours? Even a 256-colour pallette (palette? pallete?) would be great, but no, “We are cutting this because of performance issues” says Electronic Farts. But i think i’m just jumping the gun here, i have no rights to say this seeing that i have no experience in computers, but, really? Usually, i’m in games for the story, but i also like my characters to have personality, how will i ever make my purple-skinned alien person?
My final words at this, should i get 3, or 4, for my first PC sims experience? Thanks.