keenow wrote: »
I play legacy with aging set on "long". I absolutely love it. There's no going back. I can't go back to normal because the game feels too rushed. Sometimes (rarely actually) I'll feel their lives are *too* long if I'm not super into that generation, but usually I have tons of random parties for fun, get togethers, vacations, skill building days, etc. I typically manage to fill up their lives very well.
I will say, if you play on "long" lifespan. The biggest "adjustment" is to have your sim keep friends as well. I think people who focus on "normal" are so rushed they just focus on their sims' lifelong partner and career only, but as someone who plays on "long" my sims have best friends, cousins, and exes that are usually thrown into the mix, too.
FairyGodMother wrote: »
No I don't. It is way too long and I feel you can do everything you need to do before they age to Adult.
I just set it to normal now, and turn off aging for everyone (played and unplayed) till I am ready to turn it back on I don't want the main characters to age when mine don't. Gotta keep the clubbers from aging (love Marcus and Candy)!