We Interrupt Our Regularly Scheduled Programming…
The more I heard about Sims 4, I couldn’t resist.
I decided to get the Sims 4, and one thing that delights me tremendously with a new sims game, is playing a legacy. Strictly by the rules, it is a terrific way to get to know the game. Sheer gameplay.
If you’ve been following Simdale Valley, I won’t feel badly if you don’t read or comment on the legacy. Really, truly. I know you may have zero interest and that’s ok.
Simdale Valley is going to be on hold for a little while. Work is way too stressful and time consuming right now, and playing a game without pressure is much more appealing and relaxing at the moment.
I’ll either return to Simdale Valley in Sims 2, or there is a chance I’ll migrate Simdale Valley
to Sims 4. I already created Todd Phillips and he is just right as a Sims 4 sim; I’ll have to see how it goes with my more central characters, Chelsea, Madeleine, Julia, Hattie, Seiki, and the bunch.
There is an option to turn off aging in all houses you aren’t playing, and it looks conducive to playing rounds.
So far, my Sims 4 sims have that je ne sais quoi that the Sims 3 sims lacked, for me. As a hardcore Sims 2 fan, so far I am very happy with this base game.