The Sims 4 is the fourth entry in EA's simulation franchise. It gives players a deeper connection with the most expressive, surprising and charming Sims ever in this single-player offline experience. The Sims 4 encourages players to personalize their world with new and intuitive tools while offering them the ability to effortlessly share their creativity with friends and fans.
Editor’s Note: Because we did not receive an advance copy of The Sims 4 we were unable to play the game to the point that we consider to be the “full" experience. As such, this is a review in progress. We will be discussing the various aspects of The Sims 4 without supply an actual score just yet. The Sims 4 is in a weird spot. As the newest installment in The Sims franchise, you’d expect all of the features from the previous iterations to already be included. Alas, that’s simply not the case. The Sims 4 may be a new game, but the absence of many features we’ve grown to love over the past years with The Sims 3 make it feel like a step back. For every awesome new feature discovered, I find myself longing for one of the older ones, like... Read Review