Chris3423131 wrote: »
The Sims 4 was originally suppose to be an online game, but with SimCity failing miserably, they changed it at last minute to an offline game.
frgttnsm wrote: »
I played TSO for a while. In 2004 I met a man in there who would later become my husband and we have now been married for 8 and a half years..... We got married IRL on the same day that our Sims did in the game; just two years later.... I also moved half way around the world to be able to do that after visiting the year previously. When they shut TSO down (I think in August, 2009), even though we had long stopped playing, we were both very sad about it.
mrnhmath wrote: »
One word: FreeSO
It was never going to be truly "online"...it was going to be like the Sims Social, where you could visit (a copy of) friends lot but not interact in real time.
I doubt if EA will ever make the sims online again (because its not appropriate for 12 year olds) , but im still hoping another developer will make one as good, or even almost as good for the 18+ year olds who would love the game in a real time online world
However, it may not be what players expect in terms of being able to chat live with other players. In Disney City Girl's PC version, I couldn't chat live with other players. My avatar could only visit their avatar and chat them up to get social points.
"We Don't Care If You LIKE The Game, Just As Long As You BUY The Game!"
I Disapprove (Naturally)
I Took The Pledge!
What a wonderful story of you and your husband
Only ever played when it was renamed to EA Land and LOVED the experience! Wish there was a way to get it back.
wow that is too sweet
yesss omgggg lol