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  • OldeseadoggeOldeseadogge Posts: 2,893 Member
    yes
    Spot on!
  • izecsonizecson Posts: 1,789 Member
    yes
    Yes, only if isnt just a reskinned TS4.
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  • adamzaidadamzaid Posts: 1,919 Member
    yes
    the sims 4 is a good sims game dont get me wrong but there was so much potential left behind which makes me sad. this is why i wish for the sims 5 to be at least announced soon or for the sims 3 to get the 64-bit update it desperately needs. again the sims 4 isnt a bad game in fact its a good game but compared to other sims game i just cant help but underwhelmed. i hope the next pack in the sims 4 is going to be focused on more gameplay and activities, i would die for a freetime kinda pack tbh
  • SimmerGeorgeSimmerGeorge Posts: 1,515 Member
    yes
    In keeping with the dead horse analogy... I'd say adding more packs to Sims 4 is like flogging a dead horse. You might get some enjoyment out of beating it, but the dead horse...well, it's still dead.
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    Thank you. It's like people think that one day they are going to wake up and the game will be this perfect fun thing with cars, open world, personalities, free babies etc. This just won't happen and even if it does it will be done in this downgraded Sims 4 way.

    The Sims 4 is dead and if we want a better game we won't get it out of the Sims 4 anymore. Maybe we won't get it out of the Sims 5 either, who knows. But it's better to go looking for a new horse to beat than just keep beating the dead one.
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  • CAPTAIN_NXR7CAPTAIN_NXR7 Posts: 1,849 Member
    other ideas for sims 5 please post
    But it's better to go looking for a new horse to beat than just keep beating the dead one.

    That’s pure animal cruelty.😢
  • adamzaidadamzaid Posts: 1,919 Member
    yes
    In keeping with the dead horse analogy... I'd say adding more packs to Sims 4 is like flogging a dead horse. You might get some enjoyment out of beating it, but the dead horse...well, it's still dead.
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    Thank you. It's like people think that one day they are going to wake up and the game will be this perfect fun thing with cars, open world, personalities, free babies etc. This just won't happen and even if it does it will be done in this downgraded Sims 4 way.

    The Sims 4 is dead and if we want a better game we won't get it out of the Sims 4 anymore. Maybe we won't get it out of the Sims 5 either, who knows. But it's better to go looking for a new horse to beat than just keep beating the dead one.

    isnt the sims 5 going to be online? that scares tbh im not sure many people including me will like that but we have to wait and see i guess. also i remember hearing that the sims 4 was originally going to be online but then they decided to remake it into a singleplayer game within a time frame with the same engine which is why the game has limitations, im not sure but that would clear alot of things
  • jenpow01jenpow01 Posts: 12 New Member
    yes
    Yes it is time for the Sims 5 to come out. Hoping it won't be an online version though. Tired of Sims 4 now, we need change, and the platform we have now can't handle the type of things people are asking for. Sims 2 and 3 can still entertain me but I find 4 bores me in a very short time.
  • SchmoloopSchmoloop Posts: 78 Member
    yes
    Assuming Sims 5 will be better than the previous Sims games, yes, I want the Sims 5 after the Sims 4's glitches are fixed. A lot of problems people have with the Sims 4 are hard to fix/add because of it's engine, so it will be easier for the Sims 5 to have what people want since it won't have the engine that's holding the Sims 4 back.
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  • cody6268cody6268 Posts: 338 Member
    edited October 12
    other ideas for sims 5 please post
    TS4 is so broken, yet given current trends in the mainstream gaming industry especially with EA, I am afraid TS5 will end up incorporating those features and skimping on the needed ones.

    Yes, TS4 needs a replacement, but I fear TS5 will be a microtransaction laden, online-always mess.
  • SimburianSimburian Posts: 5,588 Member
    edited October 12
    no
    They are probably waiting to see what Paradox Tectonic comes up with to spoil its' sales by announcing it at the same time or just before. :)
  • Nikkei_SimmerNikkei_Simmer Posts: 7,087 Member
    edited October 13
    yes
    If Paradox Tectonic has someone who worked on the Sims 2 and the Sims 3 heading the team *cough* ahem Rod Humble; the chances of it (if it is a life-simulation intent on taking market share from EA) being a darned sight better than the Sims "5" offering is astronomical.

    If they even want a chance at beating PT...then they'd better drop the idea of an "always online" based off a MMO engine Sims 5 and get back to what made Sims great *NOT looking at you, Sims 4.

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  • CinebarCinebar Posts: 32,153 Member
    edited October 13
    yes
    adamzaid wrote: »
    the sims 4 is a good sims game dont get me wrong but there was so much potential left behind which makes me sad. this is why i wish for the sims 5 to be at least announced soon or for the sims 3 to get the 64-bit update it desperately needs. again the sims 4 isnt a bad game in fact its a good game but compared to other sims game i just cant help but underwhelmed. i hope the next pack in the sims 4 is going to be focused on more gameplay and activities, i would die for a freetime kinda pack tbh

    It's amazing TS3 is still selling, over on the TS3 site, though we can't post EA still advertises TS3 and TS4. Go figure, why would they continue to advertise TS3 so much if they want people to buy TS4. It's like they have a fight going on between the two games, but TS3 is still being sold (and some not as reduced as much as TS4 packs get reduced) after six years. lol I can't remember how long TS2 EPs and comp packs were being sold after TS3 came out, maybe until 2011, but TS3 is still giving TS4 a run for it's money. All that money from TS3 and TS4 should go to TS5 for a bigger, better game.
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  • Bettyboop55Bettyboop55 Posts: 2,641 Member
    no
    No definitely not. I would not want to see another version of the Sims franchise launched which has been rushed and not properly tested. I would much prefer to wait for a new version which has a stable, content rich base game which does not rely on future packs to make it enjoyable to play. I would also like to see player consultation prior to development rather than following the latest trends and imposing them on the community.
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  • GooseyGoosey Posts: 134 Member
    no
    They gotta fix Sims 4 first... they can't leave this game in the total shambles its currently in. If they just leave it in the 🎃🎃🎃🎃 state it's in right now, all the money people have spent has been for nothing.
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  • CinebarCinebar Posts: 32,153 Member
    edited October 14
    yes
    No definitely not. I would not want to see another version of the Sims franchise launched which has been rushed and not properly tested. I would much prefer to wait for a new version which has a stable, content rich base game which does not rely on future packs to make it enjoyable to play. I would also like to see player consultation prior to development rather than following the latest trends and imposing them on the community.

    But we really don't know how long they have been actually developing a new Sim game. We saw the ads for job openings for it in 2017, but just like all the othes they could have been thinking about it, designing an engine since the day TS4 was rushed out the door. Just like 2,3, and 4. The very first year of 2 and 3 they were building and working on the engines and ideas and plans. It's said TS4 was in development in 2010 one year after TS3, so, maybe it's been longer than we actually know for TS5.
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  • OnverserOnverser Posts: 1,084 Member
    yes
    From what I've seen, after the "expected" packs have all been released the game starts to deteriorate and they move on to mediocre experimental packs. This is what's happened with the Sims 4, it'd be stupid to carry it on too much longer since these packs always suck.
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