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Article by heart-of_love posted hace más de un año
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I havent seen this challenge anywhere, so i decided to post it.

SIms 4: Living with Monsters, is a challenge i have come up with.
Here it is:

tu play as a female sim, 100% your creation, but here's the catch.
tu are living with 7 guys, each one is Required to have the Slob trait.
tu CANNOT control them, other then choosing their jobs.
The female Sim cannot have a job that requires her to leave the house (ex. Police woman/nurse)
your sim must survive with these men, until she either
1. get's married and moves out
2. Marries one of the 'Monsters'
3. o dies of old age.

tu are allowed to diseño the house anyway tu want it, with money cheats, but once your done with the house, NO CHEATS.

tu can make a youtube series and post it in the comments, o just play for fun. (But i wouldnt mind seeing it ;3 )
Good luck, Survive as long as tu can.

Opinion by diamondring4 posted hace más de un año
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3 fans
I think that over the years, the Sims has definitely gone through many stages of development and I do credit the creators for trying new things and experimenting, however I’ve seen a lot of rage por some players about what the game may be lacking and I have been desperate to give my opinion on what the Sims 4 should have to offer. Below is an unsorted lista of things I have thought about being present in the Sims 4.

Considering the advancement in gaming over the years I really believe that with a little push, the Sims 4 could be THEE biggest, most involved and consuming game yet. With abilities to now expand the old 'neighbourhoods' into countries and entire worlds, I can’t see why the Sims 4 wouldn’t want pull out all the stops. Vast areas and methods of transportation to take your Sims to see family on other sides of the world, o if not that - (we all know the value of computer memory and hard drive disk space) - at least flights, busses and trains to other parts of one huge land.
Opinion by cwurts00 posted hace más de un año
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1 fan
The sims 3 is absolutely terrible, and completely ruined the sims experience for me. I was expecting an improved version of sims 2, but what I got was a complete mess. I can no longer tell stories because there is no storytelling mode in-game, and because there is only one saved game allowed per neighbourhood, so gone are the days of playing several families at once. At first I was happy to be able to visit other sims' houses and have my sim's workplace right there in town, but with my sims all over town, I can't watch the whole family without zooming all over the neighbourhood. Instead of complaining about the lack of improvements over sims 2, I find myself complaining about all the things that were lost. So I'll put all that aside, and pretend that the sequel to Sims 2 hasn't been released yet and go from there.

Sims 2 was without a doubt the best game I have ever played. It had two layers. First, it had the basic time management game brought over from the original - keep your sims' meters full o they'll die, then have them work on their career when they have the time. That made the game fun to play for hours at a time. Second, it had the storytelling mode....