The Sims 4 for PlayStation 4

The Sims 4

Nov 17, 2017
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About this game

Developer: EA Maxis
Content Rating: Teen


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.

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Critic Reviews

23 Reviews
Elise FavisNov 09, 2017
The Sims 4 is a beefier and better game with its diverse expansion packs and added content since release, but without much of that being available on console just yet, this feels like a step back from the PC version. Nonetheless, this is essentially the same core experience as the base game on PC, and it’s worth checking out if you don’t already own the game.
Miranda SanchezNov 20, 2017
Most of the problems are minor annoyances, but because save and menu bugs have been so frequent, this version of The Sims 4 is a generally unreliable experience, which is unfortunate since it is a genuinely fun game. And while it is disappointing that the console version is missing some community features from the PC version, I’m glad that at least cheats work.
John Cal McCormickNov 23, 2017
The Sims has always been pretty bizarre, when you think about it. It's different to most forms of escapism in that it turns the monotonous tasks we hate doing in real life into a game, replicating the very thing most of us are trying to avoid by playing it in the first place.

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