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- NOTE: Title is compatible with Mac and PC version even though the packaging indicates it's PC only.
- NOTE: Some customers may receive the Limited Edition. This version contains the same exact game.
- Now with Pools and Ghosts: Pools and ghosts have arrived and are now included in The Sims 4 with the most recent updates. We've designed the game to be a live service so that we can continually evolve The Sims 4 experience with exciting new features and content.
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Create unique Sims and customize their appearance, fashion styles, personality traits, skills, careers, and walk styles. For the first time, Sims both feel and express emotions. Your Sims experience a range of emotional states driven by your actions and influenced by other Sims, events, and objects within the game.
Powerful Creative Tools
Create A Sim and Build Mode are more powerful, intuitive, and fun than ever before. You have the control to sculpt Sims with tactile precision. Effortlessly construct the home of your dreams with the all new, room-based Build Mode.
Experience new gameplay opportunities brought to life within vibrant and dynamic neighborhoods. Choose among beautiful and diverse lots for your Sims to build their homes and explore activities. Expand your social circle and interact with other Sims in the neighborhood and hang out in community parks and venues.
Earn new objects, outfits, and traits by completing events, discovering collectables, and unlocking achievements.
Life of the Party
Features the Flaming Tiki Bar and sleek, stylized outfits for your Sims
- OS: Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7 (SP1), Windows 8, or Windows 8.1
- PROCESSOR: 1.8 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon 64 Dual-Core 4000+ or equivalent (For computers using built-in graphics chipsets, the game requires 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.0 GHz AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-62 or equivalent).
- MEMORY: At least 2 GB RAM
- HARD DRIVE: At least 9 GB of free space with at least 1 GB additional space for custom content and saved games.
- DVD-ROM: DVD ROM drive required for installation only.
- VIDEO CARD: 128 MB of Video RAM and support for Pixel Shader 3.0. Supported Video Cards: NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or better, ATI Radeon X1300 or better, Intel GMA X4500 or better.
- SOUND CARD: DirectX 9.0c Compatible.
- DIRECTX: DirectX 9.0c compatible.
- INPUT: Keyboard and Mouse.
The Sims 4 is a life simulation game that gives you the power to create and control people in a virtual world and play with life. Express your creativity as you customize your Sims distinct appearances and unique personalities. Build your Sims the perfect home with design options for you to shape its appearance on the outside and inside. Play with the moments of your Sims lives. Build relationships with other Sims; pursue new careers and develop unique skills for your Sims. Explore beautiful game worlds full of interesting Sims to meet and venues to visit. Your Sims can travel between game worlds to check out a variety of unique environments and locations. Who will your Sims be and what’s the stories will you create? It’s up to you. Have fun, be powerful, and play with life in The Sims 4.
- Create Your Sims: You can create who you want in The Sims 4. You can customize your Sims distinct appearances including sculpting their body shape and choosing from a variety of ethnicities, hairstyles; clothing options, and the accessories that make your Sims unique people. Select your Sims personality traits and determine their aspiration in life. You can create and play with multiple Sims.
- Build Your Sims the Perfect Home: Effortlessly customize its appearance from the outside and inside including furnishings, landscapes, and neighborhood locations. You can even add unique features like pools and basements for your Sims home.* Be inspired by curated, Styled Rooms that you can easily add to your game.
- Play with Life: Have fun and be powerful when you play with life in The Sims 4. Your choices shape the rich and entertaining moments you create with your Sims lives. Who will your Sims be? What will they become? Pursue their dream job; develop their skills; make them new friends or start a family when you build relationships other Sims. You can creatively play in your own unique way in The Sims 4.
- Explore Beautiful Game Worlds: Explore the beautiful, worlds of The Sims 4 full of rich communities of Sims and interesting venues to visit. Your Sims can travel between game worlds to check out the unique environments and locations of each world. Expand your Sims social circle and meet new Sims in each world’s vibrant neighborhoods and unique destinations.
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- **First and foremost, the game seems completely pointless**. I really don't understand what we're supposed to get out of this game that is so new and unique. Emotions? Yea...i guess those are interesting, but they really play less of a part than I expected. They're treated as an afterthought and more of an animated reflection of a character's mood than anything. It does change some actions every now and then, but since your moods/emotions are constantly changing...the whole thing comes off messy. Better hurry up and use that special action before your mood changes!!...oops, too late. Or, your emotions prevent you from doing something you want/need to do. Other than emotions, there is really nothing "new" that is overly significant as far as actual gameplay goes.
- The game has reverted back to it's older style of gameplay. The Sims 3 was a step forward with it's open world, creative tools, vibrant graphics...all gone. This looks, feels, and plays like an up-scaled version of Sims 2. Menus between traveling, very limited spots to travel to, no cars, no walks around town or to the beach, no clickable world map, no jobs to follow Sims to, no story progression...nothing. Your existence is so lonely in Sims 4...and dull. There isn't even a "town" to speak of really, just neighborhoods. Again, I have no idea what it is we're supposed to be so excited about? The new create-a-Sim is pretty cool...but...unless you want to create an amazing looking sim (which is hard with the clothing choices at the moment) and do NOTHING with them...you're going to be disappointed. This feels very much like it started out as a mobile game.
- Creativity is almost non-existent. Okay, so you can't make everything any color or pattern you want. That's fine, I guess. But it goes way beyond that. The choice you have for items is terrible. Sure, SOME items might have an extensive choice of colors, but most of the time its a multicolored combination. For example, if I wanted something in white/brown because one of those colors matches my interior...and it's not available...too bad. You'll have to choose the white/black combination instead. The choices in general feel like a bad beta test. **Try as you want, in this game your house can NEVER be exactly the way you want.** Let that sink in for a minute. At least 50% of sims gaming is designing a home for your sim.
- Remember how they kept saying how "smart" sims were going to be? Yea, they're not. My Sim wasn't smart enough to stop typing on the computer long enough to go to the bathroom. Does that sound "smart" to you? Are we really still dealing with autonomy like that 4 generations in? Yes, they can multitask SOMETIMES (the one noticeable improvement), but half the time you don't even know exactly what they're doing. My Sim was at the club and I had her go to talk to someone at the bar. She goes BEHIND the bar, and starts talking to the entire group. When i had her order a drink, she continued to stand there talking, and not even to the person I requested. I would think having smarter sims wouldn't require me to make essential choices for them, but it does pretty often. I also expected some of these "smarter" sims to be able to complete some of their "wants" on their own. They rarely do.
- Shoddy Programming, glitches, and pathway problems. Thats right, in addition to the terrible controls, pathways are STILL a problem.
- I'm not happy this game is a failure thus far. In fact, I'm HEARTBROKEN. But, yes, that's how bad it is. I understand that some people like the game. I don't know why, but thats fine. Regardless, I feel like that is part of the problem. This game reflects the attitude of "You'll buy it anyway" and i cant stand that. This has such a huge following and is such a cash flow for EA that they don't even have to try. Here is a vastly inferior base game that will end up costing you hundreds more if you want to *really experience* and have fun with it. I say enough is enough. For $70, I expect something worth my time from the BEGINNING.
- I really could go on...but I'm not because I know many others will. Here is the bottom line, this is not a brand new game. This is a rehash of a time in Sims history that I thought had been left behind. This is step back. EA needs to decide if they want to make a cartoony time waster or a legitimate realistic life simulator. (Even something in between would be nice) They've had 14 years to get it right. Instead, it's just getting worse...and more expensive.
My main interest in Sims 3 was building houses and making characters. I found out Sims 4 lets you move houses around on the lot instead of rebuilding and that you can have different wall sizes and better character-design controls, and with all the bugs happening to Sims 3, I decided to try Sims 4. Wish I hadn't. With no ability to customize anything at all (clothes, furniture, items, etc.), I only used it twice, for about an hour each, and then never had a thought of clicking on it again. Last week, cleaning out unused programs from my computer, I saw it. I'd entirely forgotten I even had Sims 4.
If you have infinite room on your computer and infinite time for searching, you can find custom content to download, but it's such a waste when Sims 3 would let you click on something and make it exactly the color or pattern you wanted. Games are supposed to be fun, and it's no fun to spend most of your time looking for content for your game instead of actually playing it.