logion wrote: »
I bought the game in 2014 and I have played it back and forth for 7 years.
Keeping a game alive with content and updates will keep you playing until you start to get tired of it... and when the updates are not great and the content feels lacking, then I start to lose interest in playing the sims 4. Everything feels the same for me now.
I need larger changes and more game development to keep me interested. Some new clothes and chairs are not enough, even new worlds are starting to feel the same.
CK213 wrote: »
I have little faith that it will be the TS2 remake with upgraded TS4 aesthetics, and TS3 styled semi open word (Open sub-'hoods)+CASt, that I want. It will probably be some kind of social, online, subscription-based nightmare.
Gordy wrote: »
I'm kind of torn. On the one hand, Sims 4's inherit flaws are so baked in and at the core, it's very limited. But at this point, there's no going back and fixing the framework to improve The Sims 4 and help it catch up to older games. The game is growing increasingly unstable and it's clear that we're not going to be getting a lot of the things we need. But at the same time, I live in fear of whatever online, stripped-down monstrosity that might come from Sims 5, and even if it ends up being good, I don't want to wait 5+ years to get essentials like witches and dragons.
simesmerized wrote: »
I feel like I played Sims 4 as much as I possibly could. I gave it my all but what I was getting in return wasn't worth it. So I haven't played in months. That's not to say something couldn't pull me back in but so far nope so onto the next!
simmerorigin wrote: »
I'm specifically interested in the trade-off between dragging out the Sims 4's lifespan and providing extra Sims 5 development time vs. concluding the Sims 4 and getting started on the next generation.
Beardedgeek wrote: »
(Also, worrying news from EA about mandatory NFTs in all new games).