@izecson wrote: »
I still think that their creativity is limited by the budget given to them, strict deadline and sims4's engine capability.
ListentoToppDogg wrote: »
It's pretty dull. Like 95% of the content is just based on single young adult actives like partying, hanging out with friends, and social media nonsense.
Sigzy05 wrote: »
Ok, when it comes to the producers, it's not that bad. Plus, we are the ones who ask for the same themes from past iterations over and over. They are good themes though, and they pretty much go over the most key aspects of life itself. Vacations, working/opening a business, nightlife, apartment living, pets, seasons, hobbies etc. But I think there could be new things tackled by the developers, regarding these themes, even if they are the same. But they don't do that with TS4 usually. Plus....the BG should include some of these by now...like weather or active careers.
As for the art team, CAS and Build Buy.....it's kind of bad. Like I don't want to plum on anyone, but unlike TS4, The Sims Freeplay always gets the nicest designs for clothes, hair and objects. Comparing the two, it's clear the art team for Freeplay is superb whereas TS4 one...not so much. Freeplay is also very aware of current fashions and furnishings and it has a more grounded/realistic approach that I like. While TS4 on the other hand tends to be more childish and loud with the huge thick objects and crazy color schemes for furniture and clothing....
Look how nice their objects are. They look like they were made by an actual designer. Even the floorings and the ceiling wood is amazing. And look how the boutique's check out counter thingy, has a credit card machine, that's so realistic though! And in TS4 we have the tablet check outs that almost no one even uses irl..... I can't even imagine how annoying it would be when the employer to just goes up to you with a tablet asking for your payment credentials irl lol
The world design team for TS4 though does an amazing job, especially as of late. Windenburg, Sulani, Forgotten Hollow even, they all look amazing.
THE SIMS STUDIO CREATIVITY IS...
Dijalicious wrote: »
I'm a little dissappointed really because there is so much that they could have done with The Sims 4. It seems to have regressed. I remember when TS3 game out everyone was excited about the open world concept. That was major because it meant no more long loading screens and a lot more free flowing gameplay and here comes TS4 right back to square one with the closed world!!! I really wish they could somehow go back to the seamless gameplay of TS3 (but with shorter startup and save times)