the sims 4 review


The Sims studio and Maxis have finally teamed up to roll out a whole new generation of The Sims. After a long wait and almost more than 20 stuff packs and expansions, the all new Sims 4 is all set to hit the market. The game is full of new simplified building tools, pretty emotions and loads of skills development options. sims 4 game

The Sims 4 game

Unlike the old versions, the new Sims interface is streamlined and elegant from the start features fine tune ups for the shape, size, tattoos and outfits. The old fashioned and annoying layered menus are completely removed making the gameplay smoother and much more entertaining than before. The interface allows the user to create new Sims by the built in gallery option which provides a million ways to make each Sim look different from the other. 

The needs are also simplified in the new game where the basic needs like hunger, hygiene and sleep are unchanged but the likes of environment and comforts are toatlly removed from the game. The moodlets have been modified where the Sims will feel more confident on promotions and will feel uncomfortable near the garbage bags. All these emotions will last for a short period of time but have a huge affect on the overall gameplay. 
The skills have been worked upon allowing the players to explore new areas and opportunities to make their Sims confident and funny. For instance the video playing can be expanded to skill development or the basic cooking can be extended to chef’s special gourmet cooking. All these little changes have lead to plenty of fun and excitement in the new edition. Also, the new option to multitask saves the user a lot of time where the Sims can do multiple tasks like running on a treadmill while talking to friends or reading a novel while watching T.V. 
The graphics and gameplay is spot on like all the previous versions with special attention to details and surroundings. Though the only major flaw of Sims 4 is the lack of major events or neighborhood parties which makes the life of Sims pretty bland and uneventful. All in all the Sims 4 is a beautifully designed and well polished game with loads of fun activities to keep you entertained. The hardcore fans are sure to love the potential of the game with amazingly smooth interface. 
So, if you are looking to add to your collection of fun games, then Sims 4 is the perfect match for you.