To7m wrote: »
So, what causes corruption, how do you know you have it, and how can I avoid and stop it?
"I did one of the things that I was told not to do, otherwise it would cause corruption, and nothing bad has happened. It must be safe!"
This deserves a section of its own because it is so dangerously wrong. Just because nothing bad happens as soon as you do something doesn't mean it's safe! Think about the ingredients in hair shampoo, for example. A large amount of those chemicals cause cancer, yet you never emerge from the shower an automatic cancer victim because those chemicals need to build up in your body in order to kill you. Like a virus in incubation, it will show no harmful symptoms, which prompts you to use it again and again. When the symptoms show up, it's far too late to go back. The same goes with corruption - for some people, the symptoms of corruption appear immediately, while other people don't notice anything for months, even years. However, in both ways, it's still corruption, and it will come back to haunt you!
AyKooChao wrote: »
Sorry for posting on an old thread, but I'm new and this is the most relevant topic I could find.
I just downloaded The Sims 2 Super Collection, and I was wondering if the Ottomas family is still glitched. Even though they're a bit weird-looking, I kind of like them, but I don't want them to corrupt my game. Is it safe to play them?