mizuru007 wrote: »
I love reading about this family. I don't have it in me, I think, to actually play a proper family in TS4 for more than a few minutes because I don't get enough feedback from the game on what I'm doing, if that makes sense. I have to make the family and the story that they live all on my own. There are no random events that make me go, "Oh, how interesting, this is going to be something to look back on and remember!"
To try and make a correlation, it's like TS2 and burglars or TS3 and THE KRAKEN when trying to have a family trip out on the ocean. Those things that make me go "WOAH WHAT?!" TS4 doesn't have any of that (barring, I suppose, alien visits, but I haven't gotten a single one of those). And I'm not a super amazing storyteller that can somehow manage to come up with an entire story for a family all by myself.
So on the one hand, I can see family gameplay being in the game. I see it being possible. But on the other hand, it's all up to me; the game doesn't give me anything to really work with. I guess I just don't have the imagination I used to.
suzanna13 wrote: »
@Cinebar I only remember Trick or Treat in Sims 3 and it was added later if I'm remembering correctly. What I do remember is it never worked for me. I was lucky if I found one family home. Can't even imagine it in sims 4 with a loading screen between each lot.
Story tellers do an excellent job with sims4 because they can fill in the spaces. I'm looking for my Imagination, it has to be in here somewhere. I'm going to give Simanite's play style a try.@Simanite I enjoyed your Christmas story. Can you really leave a cookie and milk for Santa?
Simanite wrote: »
@tinahjalmar Thank you! Well, I think I might leave them as kids on the gallery because that's how I started with them, then everyone can just age them up if they want to. @BatmanFanGirl Do you mean this one with the flower clips?
If so, that came in Dine Out.