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  • Re: What happened in your sims game today?

    My game keeps crashing. I think I might just need to update my drivers. Thankfully, I didn't really lose any progress because it was just during the end of my Snowflake Day party so everything is easily (though a bit annoyingly) repeatable. (and I have a show to watch soon anyway :tongue: )

    I do still have screenshots from said party to share, though. :smile:

    Firstly, though, I forgot to post this makeover in my other post - Lala Angelista (I think? I get her and Tiara confused sometimes lol)
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    Now to the party! We had invited 7 friends, I believe. Only 4 showed up - Romeo Rake, Jeffrey Cook, Tiara Angelista, and Devin's co-worker Maria. Though, Jun Xu showed up uninvited. :tongue:

    Mia made some goodies for the guests. Though she didn't seem very confident in her abilities, everything turned out great!
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    Romeo brought some angel food cake!

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    He also brought an award-winning smile! lol :smiley:

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    Tiara and Mia caught up.

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    Jeffery and Maria having some fun...maybe?

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    They all frequently made nasty faces while thinking of Maria....

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    Tiara simultaneously thinks this party is awesome and that it is extremely boring.

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    Mia either has a headache or is testing her mind-reading powers.

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    I'm going to assume it's Matthew on the phone... :lol:

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    Sunny was very aware of the party.

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    And made sure to get involved in the festivities!

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    Jun Xu just came for an autograph. :lol:

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    These two look happy. :lol:

    Of course, gifts were exchanged (there wasn't enough room for the actual gift pile >.>)
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    All in all, a pretty good party!

    Bonus pic of Jeffrey cleaning up some bird doo doo. :tongue:
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  • Re: What happened in your sims game today?

    @thuggishsplicer Sorry I missed your being on the forum earlier. I just happened to place your Mages Guild in my Dragon Valley game today. Here are some screenshots of the household. Thank you so much for sharing! This will be fun. :)

    I put it on an empty lot by the river. It was dawn, so it's a little dark. All the residents showed up fine. Awesome sims!
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    The back view. It's a great house, and I didn't see any issues I need to fix. I guess I had all the content you included.
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    First floor.
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    Second floor.
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    The two teenage witches.
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    The YA witch.
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    The YA werewolf.
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    The elder fairy.
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    The familiar (cat).
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  • Re: Piercings found

    Ugh. Really do not want piercings in the game. Not a good message to send to the younger players.

    That people can do whatever they want with their own bodies? Yes, indeed. Horrible message. Piercings have been in the game since Sims 2, seriously it's not that big a deal lmao.
  • Re: What happened in your sims game today?

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    Amir rushed home to break the news to Devin. Though he was shocked and a bit upset, Amir was able to smooth things over.

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    He convinced Devin to go back to Mia's house with him. She needed them. Amir isn't the type to hold grudges, and Devin was beginning to understand why. He had been so upset since he broke it off with Mia for the second time...but the anger was exhausting. Devin was having a hard time even sitting down a writing.

    But first, Amir had a surprise for Devin. :smile:
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    When they arrived, Amir told Mia about he and Devin. She took it fairly well considering everything that has happened.

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    Devin initially wasn't able to treat Mia kindly...

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    But Amir calmed him down and assured him that it was for the best.

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    A smile is a good start, Devin! :smile:

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    Amir and Mia went to check on the babies. Mia thanked him for what he had done. She might not be the most faithful person in the world, but Mia never meant to hurt anyway. All of the betrayal in her life was a huge weight on her shoulders. Running into someone so calm about it all like Amir was a pleasant change of pace.

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    This is rare sight!

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    While all of the grown ups were making up, Seth checked in on his new sisters. :)

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    In fact, as the days progressed, he took care of them more than his mom did!

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    Single and ready to mingle, Mia went on the search for a new fella. Maybe one she won't ruin her relationship with this time. :tongue:

    Javed Meir caught her eye, so she went out to meet with him.
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    He had a girlfriend. >:( Looks like Mia's search is not yet over! :lol: I refuse to break another couple up!
  • Re: What happened in your sims game today?

    @Mikezumi I don't think there are any poisonous snakes in Sims 3, but minor pets will bite. ...Neat seeing the ghosts. ...Love the mod hair color you came up with. Shiny and realistic. ...Great water slide! I don't know if I've ever used it. I have it though. ...Do sims inherit their parents' style of body hair? Never thought about it before! ...OMG! Elis got electrocuted--twice! ...Oh, two more deaths. :( I imagine you'll start seeing more and more now.

    ...RE: NRaas Story Progression. That's a good idea to try NRaas SP in a separate save. I'm another person who doesn't have it installed because there are so many settings to learn. And personally, I don't really WANT the townies doing stuff on their own. I don't trust their decisions! :D

    @TadOlson I need to figure out how to play an empty world without the game adding service sims. I have a story in mind, but don't know how to do it.
    @Emily4331 That cardboard camel may be in buydebug. Not sure.

    @msbeckycat I checked out your latest update. Nice shots of your active family. And fun pics of the pets. The one where the dog is chewing the furniture and saying, "I am being bad" reminds me of those Facebook posts of pets confessing. :#

    Google Images of Pets Confessing

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    Two pet outtakes.

    Ziri befriends the Chaibi horses before "borrowing" them.
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    Dodger knows that the snake charmer is a vampire.
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  • Re: Can you show me your super DULL sims 3 pics? ;)

    Love everyone's dull pictures... :smiley:

    Oh yawn... :tired_face: These pictures are so dull and boring, that I just want to go asleep... :tired_face:

    Here is some more dull and boring pictures... :)

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  • Re: SIMSVIP about the forum! VERY INTERESTING.

    @Sk8rblaze I think what many have missed was @SimGuruDrake said decisions were made while she was away on holiday and this may have been one of them. Tightening of communication after the leaks. So the very people who believe that SGD is the only person responsible may be shooting the messenger.

    Whatever has happened this could have been dealt with privately without involving a bunch of people with the only story they've been given is through the lens as SimsVip sees it. In the article itself they reference that this isn't their only grievance.

    Instead we've had a weekend of some very hurtful comments thrown in all sorts of directions which could have been totally avoided.

    I think this program is for people with ready made advertising audiences for EA to tap into cheaply. I honestly don't think they would be interested in 'plain Janes or average joes'.
  • Re: Has the Sims 4 passed its prime?

    Yubell wrote: »
    Neia wrote: »
    To7m wrote: »
    Neia wrote: »
    To7m wrote: »
    Neia wrote: »
    Uzone27 wrote: »
    For the life of me I can't seem to find these pro-TS4 bullies & hecklers some of you keep going on about are hiding. If they were out in full force a couple of years ago, you have clearly beaten them into submission with your opinion sticks.

    Seems to me every thread criticiszing TS4 rolls along swimingly until someone makes the fatal error of suggesting that perhaps if the perfect Sims game has already been made, maybe you should still be happily playing it?

    Man the right to express our opinions torpedos, load the post is off topic gun, fire the threat to have poster banned canon... offender is demolished. everyone high fives, on to the next battle. Rinse lather repeat....

    So resounding and comnplete is your victory, you are now policing the boards making sure TS4 cheerleaders don't get out of line?
    "Show me yoiur list" lol you have got to be kidding/i]me. B)

    What exactly is the purpose of this post?

    If you like The Sims 4 then go play it. Coming into threads that are obviously not pro-Sims 4 and complaining because they are negative is a complete waste of your time and energy. People are free to come and go as they please here - there are plenty of threads for happy players like yourself to interact with other happy players instead of entering into negative threads. Your continued presence in this thread tells me you are just trying to pick fights and start problems instead of communicating.

    This thread was asking questions. The thread title is a question. There's nothing "obvious" about the anwser here, or the questions wouldn't been asked. Answering "no" to the questions has as much validity as answering "yes" here.

    But you don't just say 'no' and move along, do you? You have to impress why your 'yes' is right and why everybody else's 'no' is wrong.

    BIG difference if you ask me.

    --T

    Why should people have to answer with one word and move along ? Why can't they post their feedback ? Do you think people should have answered 'yes' and move along too ? Why would there be a difference between 'yes' and 'no' ?

    Nice try but I know you're *more* than capable of understanding the point I was making.

    You can take your hook back.

    --T

    No sorry, I'm totally at a loss why anybody would answer with just one word and move along, no matter the opinion expressed. If you aren't giving details about your feedback, I geniously don't see how the devs will manage to get the point you would be trying to make. And I've been saying this numerous times : that family players should explain more precisely what they consider "family gameplay" for example, because it's such an umbrella term that we all mean something different, that people asking for this or that features should probably explain what they are looking for (and I'm always saying how much seasons is important for the feeling of passing of time for me, and I probably should have said that apartments were important because of the building apartment complex).

    The OP asked several questions, answering with just yes or no (or anything in between) would serve absolutely no point if you don't explain what makes you feel that way. I bet the devs aren't reading the forum to have a poll of yes/no when it's such a biased sample (being self-selected and tiny), I bet they want to read the why because that's what they can't as easily get from telemetry for example. That's the main point of a forum where we can post our feedback, to explain the why, to discuss with other simmers and clarify why we think that way by exchanging about our opinions, and hopefully avoid the echo chamber effect. At least, that's the way I see it, though you apparently have a different opinion so that's why I asked.

    Oh my goodnesss - have you been absent for the last two years? You know, where family players have said over and over in an endless flow of forum posts what family play means to them, and where The Sims 4 is lacking? There's countless threads, including one MAJOR thread that has more replies than ANY other thread on this forum. Does all of that amount to nothing?

    Instead of asking for more information how about you go and read what information has already been presented over and over again on this forum. Obviously you won't find it if you expect those with an issue to come to you and tell you of their concerns - EA owns these forums and should have no issue skimming through threads looking for inspiration. After two years, if they still need an indepth explaination of what family play elements are missing from the game, they clearly have zero idea how to log into the forums or listen to player feedback that they've been getting since 2014.

    Don't forget the toddler thread they asked us to contribute to too. We have gone out of our way multiple times for this team. So far they haven't shown appreciation for the level of dedication people have for the sims in taking so much time to write detailed feedback and ideas for compromises the team asked for. As far as weve seen evidence wise it's been completely ignored and any potential will remain untapped. If the team are still ignorant to want family players want it is clearly wilful ignorance at this point.

    Thank you @drake_mccarty and @SimTrippy

    I mentioned the toddler ideas thread myself, is that thread still going? I don't really go into ideas and feedback anymore. Those ideas only get ignored anyway :(

    We haven't had a Guru enter that thread since about August time, seems like they are more bothered in adding pointless stuffto the game than fixing the issue we already have, I've said the lifestages are a mess since the launch of the game but my pleads go ignored by the team; it seems like if you say something they don't agree with they silence you or try the make out that you are in the wrong. So far I don't think We'll get any good family play content...

    I guess there is a lack of interest in the subject outside of the community? There is the Kids Room EP which I think might have been partially influenced by complaints of the lack of things for kids but aside from that I see little else coming for families in the near future.
    Neia wrote: »
    To7m wrote: »
    Neia wrote: »
    To7m wrote: »
    Neia wrote: »
    Uzone27 wrote: »
    For the life of me I can't seem to find these pro-TS4 bullies & hecklers some of you keep going on about are hiding. If they were out in full force a couple of years ago, you have clearly beaten them into submission with your opinion sticks.

    Seems to me every thread criticiszing TS4 rolls along swimingly until someone makes the fatal error of suggesting that perhaps if the perfect Sims game has already been made, maybe you should still be happily playing it?

    Man the right to express our opinions torpedos, load the post is off topic gun, fire the threat to have poster banned canon... offender is demolished. everyone high fives, on to the next battle. Rinse lather repeat....

    So resounding and comnplete is your victory, you are now policing the boards making sure TS4 cheerleaders don't get out of line?
    "Show me yoiur list" lol you have got to be kidding/i]me. B)

    What exactly is the purpose of this post?

    If you like The Sims 4 then go play it. Coming into threads that are obviously not pro-Sims 4 and complaining because they are negative is a complete waste of your time and energy. People are free to come and go as they please here - there are plenty of threads for happy players like yourself to interact with other happy players instead of entering into negative threads. Your continued presence in this thread tells me you are just trying to pick fights and start problems instead of communicating.

    This thread was asking questions. The thread title is a question. There's nothing "obvious" about the anwser here, or the questions wouldn't been asked. Answering "no" to the questions has as much validity as answering "yes" here.

    But you don't just say 'no' and move along, do you? You have to impress why your 'yes' is right and why everybody else's 'no' is wrong.

    BIG difference if you ask me.

    --T

    Why should people have to answer with one word and move along ? Why can't they post their feedback ? Do you think people should have answered 'yes' and move along too ? Why would there be a difference between 'yes' and 'no' ?

    Nice try but I know you're *more* than capable of understanding the point I was making.

    You can take your hook back.

    --T

    No sorry, I'm totally at a loss why anybody would answer with just one word and move along, no matter the opinion expressed. If you aren't giving details about your feedback, I geniously don't see how the devs will manage to get the point you would be trying to make. And I've been saying this numerous times : that family players should explain more precisely what they consider "family gameplay" for example, because it's such an umbrella term that we all mean something different, that people asking for this or that features should probably explain what they are looking for (and I'm always saying how much seasons is important for the feeling of passing of time for me, and I probably should have said that apartments were important because of the building apartment complex).

    The OP asked several questions, answering with just yes or no (or anything in between) would serve absolutely no point if you don't explain what makes you feel that way. I bet the devs aren't reading the forum to have a poll of yes/no when it's such a biased sample (being self-selected and tiny), I bet they want to read the why because that's what they can't as easily get from telemetry for example. That's the main point of a forum where we can post our feedback, to explain the why, to discuss with other simmers and clarify why we think that way by exchanging about our opinions, and hopefully avoid the echo chamber effect. At least, that's the way I see it, though you apparently have a different opinion so that's why I asked.

    Oh my goodnesss - have you been absent for the last two years? You know, where family players have said over and over in an endless flow of forum posts what family play means to them, and where The Sims 4 is lacking? There's countless threads, including one MAJOR thread that has more replies than ANY other thread on this forum. Does all of that amount to nothing?

    Instead of asking for more information how about you go and read what information has already been presented over and over again on this forum. Obviously you won't find it if you expect those with an issue to come to you and tell you of their concerns - EA owns these forums and should have no issue skimming through threads looking for inspiration. After two years, if they still need an indepth explaination of what family play elements are missing from the game, they clearly have zero idea how to log into the forums or listen to player feedback that they've been getting since 2014.

    Don't forget the toddler thread they asked us to contribute to too. We have gone out of our way multiple times for this team. So far they haven't shown appreciation for the level of dedication people have for the sims in taking so much time to write detailed feedback and ideas for compromises the team asked for. As far as weve seen evidence wise it's been completely ignored and any potential will remain untapped. If the team are still ignorant to want family players want it is clearly wilful ignorance at this point.

    Thank you @drake_mccarty and @SimTrippy

    I mentioned the toddler ideas thread myself, is that thread still going? I don't really go into ideas and feedback anymore. Those ideas only get ignored anyway :(

    It is still going. But as people lose hope in the promised potential they slow down because there is nothing to get excited about.

    I have noticed a slow down in toddler requests lately, I think some players are starting to realise that toddlers are not coming and rather than just 'waiting around' players are now just shrugging it off and no longer doing the chasing.

    I think there is only so many times you can wait for something until you give up completely and after so many disappointments and falling for misleading information, most players have now lost interest in TS4 completely.

    I dont think you can say 'most' players but of those hoping the team have offered very little actual hope to warrant people to continue waiting. There are other things to do with our money and as much as I love the sims I'm not supporting a title that doesn't support how I like to play. I'll just play the old game and give my gaming budget to things I actually enjoy.

    The onus was on the team to keep people engaged. If people are no longer engaged in this title it is a form of feedback of its own. You could say at least they cured me of my sims collection habits. There was a time I'd always expected to buy everything sims ever as I had since TS1. TS4 base cured me of that.
  • Re: Positively impressed with TS4 (after playing TS3)

    @bunny-gypsy I really don't think they're so suicidal that they won't ever ever work on what the community demands the most, that's the thing. I also believe that if they were absolutely impossible to code for TS4, they would have said so a long time ago.
    Believe me, I hate their silence, but I'm aware that breaking it is not an option for them.
    I hope that 2017 is the year we've been waiting for :)

    @fullspiral agreed. I think the worst thing about them was not only their total obliviousness to the world, the objects and other sims, but the fact that the only way for them to learn was through another adult sim and the constant repetition of one single action. It looked super cute the first time, adorable the second, cute the third and from then on it was just annoying as plum. There was literally nothing to do for that life stage, and nothing to interact with besides their toys, being fed and cleaned.
    I'm crossing my fingers that the devs know not to make the same mistake for TS4, if/when toddlers come.

    @Tyr051 world editing was probably the thing that impressed me the most about TS3. Such a cool and amazing feature!
    Also, the possibility of creating worlds and downloading them to play was huuuge.
    It's sad that they got rid of this in TS4, but apparently the devs preferred scrapping the "open editable world" concept altogether to get rid of all the problems that it had created. They probably hadn't the time to work on those issues, or they simply didn't like how it had turned out and preferred going back to a closed world.

    @sparkfairy1 I love your thread and I love reading about the way you all play families :smile: ... that, combined with my need for toddlers, made me try TS3. Plum knows how much I want to see that thread starting to fill with real TS4 toddlers pics. It would be a glorious day.
    I also know by looking at the store that there was a lot more for toddlers, if I wanted to buy stuff for them. But. With four expansions loaded in game, one of which supposedly "generational" and focused on family play, why should I invest even more money simply to have one toddler maybe noticing the presence of another toddler next to them, or just to have more locked one-one toddler-adult interactions? By the beginning of the fourth generation in game, I was really disappointed that it was all we were getting as basic content.
    To me the problem is not only the transformation of babies into objects (they have more interactions than TS3???) but especially the lack of genetics. That, added to the fact that even The Sims Freeplay has some sort of costumization for its babies with cute different outfits, doesn't make any sense to me for an AAA title game that costs tons of money.
    I stand by my theory that the devs had literally no time to develop babies and toddlers well enough for launch day, which is why we are still left with this void in game and teens have the same height as adults. The only positive thing I see here is: rather than shipping us TS3 toddlers 2.0 and being done with them, the devs have the full capability of developing them well enough on a later date.
    I too feel like too much time has passed and I hate - hate - the silence surrounding this subject with extreme passion, but liking TS4 and having lots of fun despite all of this is definitely what keeps me going. If I didn't love playing the game already, I don't think I would be able to wait at all.
    I'll be crossing my fingers for 2017.

    @Kiwicantdie did you miss my tone about EA's choice of putting toddler stuff in the store? I was pretty clear there and I think you may have read too quickly to respond and directed frustration towards me that I expressed in my own post to you so I am a little confused? It's completely unfair that EA did that then if people didn't buy that ton of stuff use that telemetry against the age group.

    I completely agree with you. It is absurd that an AAA game is behind a free to play mobile game in terms of content.

    TS2 is free from EA if you ask. It would be a really good experience for you to see where many of us fell in love with real multi generational play :)

    Once again I reiterate I hope you get toddlers :) But as much as you expect that for others their hope has waned. I don't think there is any 'right' belief there and it's just a shame that the lack of communication has brought us here. If tots make it back I'll try TS4 again. Until then I'll wait for them to finish that base :)
  • Re: EA silence on family play and family play fans

    Let's see how much they listened to us all :)