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What genre best describes your game?

If you could describe your story or save file as a TV or movie genre which would it be?

What genre best describes your game? 36 votes

Soap Opera/Drama
SikoahGracealexandreaBreeMilestelmarinathuggishsplicerDestin2016ZeiBrandontaylorSimmerGeorgeDuvelina 10 votes
SimplyJengamerplaya94Rouenpucelle 3 votes
Crime Drama
Reality Show
carlystur03Breazona 2 votes
DarkLady2788lisasc360CravenLestatEA_MaiCassieb95AnotherPlayer 6 votes
KennziKaigeGabbyGirlJAmandèlesimms745 4 votes
Science Fiction
Other (describe in comments)
ApparentlyAwesomeMikezumimw1525bekkasanCAPTAIN_NXR7SimsxZelda_fanNikkei_SimmerShadow_AssassinStarDreamerSleepstarorenjiAi 11 votes


  • telmarinatelmarina Posts: 2,147 Member
    Soap Opera/Drama
    A mix of soap opera/drama with comedy and occults haha
  • DuvelinaDuvelina Posts: 694 Member
    Soap Opera/Drama
    My current story save is a family saga which includes a lot of drama.
  • thuggishsplicerthuggishsplicer Posts: 1,582 Member
    Soap Opera/Drama
    I'd go for soup opera despite the little drama.
    I call my sims "my personal soup opera" LOL
  • bekkasanbekkasan Posts: 8,585 Member
    Other (describe in comments)
    Mine is a combination of Fantasy, Romance, and Mystery so I chose other. :smiley:
  • CravenLestatCravenLestat Posts: 13,273 Member
    Just watching the poll waiting for that guy or girl to be the first to say horror

    I like to know what simmer to hide from :#

    Hilda Bancroft

  • SleepstarSleepstar Posts: 251 Member
    Other (describe in comments)
    Slice-of-Life in my case; things can take an unexpected turn during play sessions.
    Currently aiming to get all harvestables produce in The Sims 3 (On the Store now)
    The Oakley Legacy. Update: Generation 1: Dennis, Iris, Bede, Rose
  • Shadow_AssassinShadow_Assassin Posts: 1,118 Member
    Other (describe in comments)
  • CAPTAIN_NXR7CAPTAIN_NXR7 Posts: 176 Member
    edited June 27
    Other (describe in comments)
    Character Driven. Genre-wise it can move into any direction.
    Post edited by CAPTAIN_NXR7 on
  • Cassieb95Cassieb95 Posts: 64 Member
    Definitely romance (my avatar says so :D ).
  • Nikkei_SimmerNikkei_Simmer Posts: 6,370 Member
    edited June 27
    Other (describe in comments)
    War Stories with a little bit of romance mixed in. ~evil grin~

    Edit: And don't forget a few psychotic surprises...like their Watcher hurling space-rocks at them. :mrgreen: Or frying them with lightning. :mrgreen: Hey, the Watcher has to have fun too.
    Post edited by Nikkei_Simmer on
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  • MikezumiMikezumi Posts: 48,549 Member
    edited June 27
    Other (describe in comments)
    Eugenics Program - MC Total Annihilation is my friend >:)

    or does this fall under Horror for some? :p
    Post edited by Mikezumi on
  • mw1525mw1525 Posts: 982 Member
    Other (describe in comments)
    I basically watch as my Sims follow their own path of development.
    In times of Darkness, Turn on you Light of Love and Let it Shine!
  • orenjiAiorenjiAi Posts: 155 Member
    Other (describe in comments)
    You know those Disney channel comedy sitcoms where they occasionally run into conflict but it’s just enough for character development and it’s nothing serious enough to be called a dramedy? That.
  • ApparentlyAwesomeApparentlyAwesome Posts: 1,433 Member
    Other (describe in comments)
    A romantic sitcom and a buddy sitcom with light drama, a dash of angst and I guess two dashes of fantasy considering I like all walks of life in the game.
  • gamerplaya94gamerplaya94 Posts: 90 Member
    My Angel City save plays out like a sitcom, with a dash of romance and every now and then a bit of drama to spice things up. I guess you could call it a period piece too since it's set in a fictionalized version of 90s California, but it's mostly a comedy.
  • GabbyGirlJGabbyGirlJ Posts: 6,841 Member
    edited June 27
    Low fantasy/Urban fantasy

    My games are usually stuffed to the brim with supernatural sims, but they're generally just trying to lead normal lives in a mundane world and coexist with humans. So, I may do punk fairies in Bridgeport or celebrity mermaids in Starlight Shores, things like that. There is a dash of sitcom mixed in, though. :smile:
    Post edited by GabbyGirlJ on
  • EA_MaiEA_Mai Posts: 1,775 EA Community Manager
    Really good question! Mine's a mix of romance + soap opera/drama + fantasy :)
  • SikoahGraceSikoahGrace Posts: 1,334 Member
    Soap Opera/Drama
    Soap Opera/drama +fantasy+romance+a bit of comedy
  • SimsxZelda_fanSimsxZelda_fan Posts: 169 Member
    Other (describe in comments)
    I also went with other. Most of mine are slice-of-life. But the new animal crossing gave me a great idea for a survival game, marooned on a deserted island sort of thing. Creating an island as we speak in CAW.

    I have a Legend-of-Zelda file too that qualifies as action-adventure. And I have a fantasy file with a witch in Dragon Valley.

    I swear this game never gets old LOL
  • BrandontaylorBrandontaylor Posts: 2,533 Member
    Soap Opera/Drama
    Honestly, my Ava Sinclair story falls under several categories but I picked soap opera. As for my Jones/Langerak family save, it'd be comedy, romance, and maybe a bit sci-fi since the family owns a Plumbot and sometimes travels to Oasis Landing.
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