XHails_HaileyX wrote: »
@Seera1024 Actually, it would be very easy to make a digital Sims 1. Barely anything has to be coded in, or recoded in, for old games. Take Baldur's Gate as an example. It's digital now, and also on mobile. Yes, mobile. This old as plum RPG can run on mobile. If we can port PC games (that were FAR more intensive than Sims 1), then EA could easily put Sims 1 on Origins.
It's just that they're 1) Too lazy, and 2) WAY TOO money hungry today. If they put the complete edition of Sims 1 on Origin, they'd charge extra for it, even though the Sims 1 is only worth around 20$ today.
It's easy to make it digital. There are plenty of pirated Sims 1 games online that are completely digital, and are the same exact things as what's on the discs. Pirated versions of Sims 1 have become even more popular recently since laptops and some modern desktops no longer have optical drives. Discs are obsolete now. But everything on a disc can be digital, and usually that's an easy process.
You just shouldn't expect to play any older games on Win 8 or 10 lol I have an emulator for older OSes because of this reason, they can trick old games into thinking they're not being played on a newer computer.