The Sims 4 for PC
PC - Windows

The Sims 4

Sep 2, 2014
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About this game

Developer: EA Maxis
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

The Sims 4 is the highly anticipated life simulation game that lets you play with life like never before. Create and control Sims with new emotions, unique personalities and distinct appearances. Smarter Sims with new emotions and unique personalities provide you greater choices to create rich, entertaining and weird stories. All-New Create A Sim and Build Mode have been reinvented to be more powerful, intuitive and fun than ever. Explore lively, vibrant neighborhoods filled with rich communities of Smarter Sims. See, share and download new Sims and homes from The Gallery in The Sims 4.

Critic Reviews

40 Reviews
7.02
Michael HuberSep 09, 2014
While there are certainly some things to like about The Sims 4 such as building a custom mansion, or being visited by the Grim Reaper, the entire experience feels like a starter kit for bigger things in the future. If you had The Sims 3 and its multiple expansions, The Sims 4 will feel stripped down. If you have never played a Sims game, it might be a better option to hold off until The Sims 4 flourishes into a more complete package.
Mary-Anne LeeSep 10, 2014
If this article hasn’t been enough to convey the message, The Sims 4 is essentially everything the year-2000-you wanted The Sims to be. It took close to 14 years, but the game is finally here, at its peak. There’s so much more to The Sims 4 that remains unexplored, but to do that we need to have some real quality time with the game.
Lee CooperSep 03, 2014
Superficially, The Sims 4 is the upgrade everyone wanted. It’s prettier, rife with the possibilities only the fourth entry in a longstanding simulation series can provide. ...The lack of core-features, underutilization of the impressive emotions system, flawed customization and faulty… practically everything else, only emphasizes EA’s struggle to keep its promises.

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