The Sims™ 4 review
The Sims 4 is a life simulation video game developed by Maxis and published by Electronic Arts. The Sims 4 is the fourth major title in the life simulation video game series. The Sims 4 was announced on May 6, 2013, and was released in North America on September 2, 2014 for Microsoft Windows.
The Sims 4 is a life simulation game that, instead of being played on a screen, is played on a table or a desk. The player controls the actions of a simulated person or people, which are referred to as "Sims." Download this game at PlayStation Store or Steam.
Gameplay in The Sims 4 is similar to gameplay from previous games in the series. The player creates a Sim and controls their life to explore different personalities which change the way the game plays out. As in previous games, Sims have physical and personality traits that determine their skills and future success.
Each Sim's life is balanced with activities, such as working, studying, cooking, exercising, socializing, cleaning, and spending time with pets. The player must manage relationships with other Sims, as well as with themselves, in order to achieve a fulfilled life. The Sims 4's gameplay is similar to that of previous iterations of the franchise. It has a 3D graphics engine, and each of the Sims' actions are controlled by the player. Additionally, the Sims' emotions are linked to the gameplay.
The quality of the graphics is really good, with the exception of the hair, which for some reason is not as high quality as the other graphics. The graphics in The Sims 4 are noticeably improved from those of previous iterations of the franchise.
The Sims 4 has a lot of replayability, given that the game is not a linear game. The player can explore different personalities and create a Sim in a variety of ways.
- There are a wide variety of personalities that the player can explore
- The player has more control over the life of their Sim
- There are more opportunities for creativity
- The Sims 4 does not require an internet connection
- The game is not a linear game
- The player can't control the game environment