katkategal1 wrote: »
Oops.. This is not off-topic... Sims stuff. Tsk tsk tsk. ;-;
juicyred wrote: »
This maybe dumb. But I've always wanted my sims to mow there own lawn. I think it would be cool if your teen sim can go through the neighborhood and mow sims lawn for money. I also wish you can give kids an allowance or let them use a piggy bank. Then they can save up and buy things. Maybe bring back the buyable games and some movies.
Movotti wrote: »
I'd like to be able to set the era for your game.
For example: The ability to set your world to a mid 1900's atheistic. Your sims wouldn't have mobile phones, they'd have a home phone. Computers would be boxy, the newspaper would be delivered, along with the milk. TVs would also be boxy, an you'd have to go to the grocery store to keep the pantry/fridge stocked.
If you set your world to post 2000, your sims can have mobile phones, flat screens, slimline laptops and tablets are added to the game. You can cancel your newspaper, the milk is no longer delivered, but you can use your mobile phone or computer to order groceries.
If you set your game to pre 1900's, you lose tv's, most (all?) phones, and all computers, but you still get the paper, and the grocery man, the butcher and the baker, each will push a cart past your house every 2-3 days, allowing you to buy more food, or you can visit the local market/highstreet. You also no longer have a modern stove, nor a fridge, nor a car (if they were in the game), no microwaves either.
With a post 2000 setting, you'd still have access to all the items of the past, so granddad can still have a boxy tv, or a wallphone in the kitchen, or an archaic stove.
I'm sure those who like generational play would like the ability to change eras over time. And there are plenty of people who like to use a historical setting, and there are plenty who would like a bit of more recent nostalgia.
alvinfirdaus wrote: »
i'd like a sims base game with all of the expansion pack from ts 1 2 3 4, i know it's not possible haha
Quintina85 wrote: »
I would love a huge map which has different types of areas, urban, suburban, rural, woods, mountain, lakeside and coastal. All with residential and community lots. Some areas that are low income, middle income and high income.
Cars in the base game, you can choose to drive to work, take a cab (you have to pay for it), ride a bike, carpool with a co-worker or family. You can drive kids to school, or they ride their bike, or parent, sitter or teen+ sibling can drop them off. Basic weather (does not have to be interactive) Snow which closes school, rain and sun. Need appropriate clothes or you get sick.
All careers that NPC's can have your sim can have, maid, gardener, butler, social worker, cab driver etc. Jobs that you can follow your sim to work but don't have to and can still get promoted. Mayor, fireman, policeman, sanitation worker, criminal, ambulance worker, doctor/nurse etc. And more that can be less interactive librarian, teacher, judge, lawyer, etc.
NPC's with personality, they can ask you on a date where they actually pay and plan things, not you. They can ask you to move in, get married, work for them etc.
Return of story progression, neighbors can move in/out, get married/divorced, have kids/adopt, date/breakup. All that good stuff.
Babies that are not objects and can be moved, passed around and interacted with. Toddlers, preteens, teens, young adult, adult, something in between and elder.
Color-wheel so that everything can be customized to our liking.
I have so many things on my sims 5 basegame, expansion pack ( more content interactions, twice a year), stuffpack (twice a year) and gamepack (twice a year) wish list you all would get bored reading it lol. I like the sime 4 but can never play it for more then 2-3 months before I get bored and stop for like a year. I hope sims 5 is more like sims 2&3 but waaay better.