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*Updated to reflect changesWhen you play the Sims 4 you can see the quality in the way characters move and behave. The game can be fun at times, but ends up being frustrating more often. Simple things you took for granted in previous versions are just not here! The savvy gamer is left disappointed and used by the EA profit model of "release less and less content with every sequel and micro-transaction it". The free items released are cool but not enough to warrant any excitement at all. The Sims...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The first thing I notice when I started playing was just how natural all the sims interactions are now. The sit, stand, drink and eat all while having conversations. They can work out and converse or sit on the bed together and talk all at the same time. It's a total reworking of the task oriented sims in the past. The old Sims games feel quickly obsolete. That being said, I appreciate the revamping of the sims, but their quickly needs to be followup to fill in the missing venues, objects, pool...3 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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