THE SIMS 4
Your dream home is their living nightmare
If you’ve yearned to ‘test life’s limits in a world without rules’, and failed the auditions for Big Brother, then news of The Sims heading back to PlayStation after an eight-year hiatus will make your summer.
Originally released on PC, the PlayStation 4 edition will feature all the things we’ve come to love about the god game: designing Sims, giving them families and careers, and patting them out the door of a house built by our button taps.
Executive producer Lyndsay Pearson says, “The game delivers a beautiful The Sims experience on console and comes packed with tons of the fan-favourite content, so players can look forward to the unique gameplay, selfexpression, and fun that have come to be tentpoles of The Sims brand. The possibilities to play with life are as endless as the players’ creativity.”
So what’s changed in eight years? The Sims-verse has got more detailed. You can now customise everything from your Sims’ hair colour and styles to their life aspirations. The snap-it-together house-building tool means erecting a home for your little people to live in is even easier too.
If you pre-order The Sims 4 you’ll get the The Sims 4 Perfect Patio Stuff pack for free – just the thing if you like hot tubs. Go a step further and order the The Deluxe Party Edition and you’ll receive even more rewards, including a Flaming Tiki Bar ( the place to be seen) and animal hats.
If you want to be rewarded for ruining someone’s life, start here.
BUILDING A PLACE FOR YOUR PEOPLE TO LIVE IN IS EASIER.
What crazy antics will you get up to in The Sims 4? Write in and let us know.
Your Sims will live out their lives for your pleasure, and will even marry.
The Build mode enables you snap together a home and decorate it.