Cinebar wrote: »
Now that Paralives is an actual real thing people won't have to deny it anymore (Steam has a whole page dedicated to it) will you buy it and or continue to wait on TS5's possible MMO? After reading all the job openings for Maxis new AAA game, it's very possible (looking like it's true) that TS5 will probably be multiplayer in some form or fashion..will you jump ship with Maxis?
Jemcrystal wrote: »
Sims/Paralives is not challenging enough for me. I need to build and fight monsters. I'm into Ark Survival atm. They don't nickel and dime me to death.
Calico45 wrote: »
I wouldn't really call it "jumping ship," but I like the look of Paralives right now. If I still do at launch, I will pick it up. On the other hand, if the Sims 5 is the Sims 5 subscription or the Sims 5 MMO or the Sims 5 slot machine, then I will not pick it up. Certainly no good faith preordering after 4's launch.
If it is appealing, I will grab it. If it is not, I will ignore it.
ZeeGee wrote: »
What I have my hopes on has not been mentioned. Paradox is making a simulation game and the lead developer (Rod Humble) did Sims 2 and 3. That is what I am most excited about.
Cinebar wrote: »
Didn't know all that... (about Roxanne) I just read a lot of the comments about how traits could work and it was really deeper than even TS2's or TS3's trait systems. I hope they can implement some of those ideas because they were really good ones. I wish a TS5 developer could read what was discussed about traits because it was very articulate and detailed in my opinion. But just tweets in conversations with fans who were asking questions. I think all that is in one of Pixelade (?) Youtube videos about the game. I know I spelled his user name wrong.lol