SweetieWright_84 wrote: »
I usually read through the challenges, maybe even attempt one. I usually don't follow through but they sometimes spark an idea. If that doesn't work, I usually end up watching YouTube and working a puzzle.
Currently, I'm making it a mission to rotate between the premades. I've never played more than a couple households before I got bored, so we'll see. I'm on my second household (Spencer-Kim-Lewis), who knows how long it will last? I'm so envious of people who have played the same save for years or the ones that have made it through many generations and still enjoy the save. That is my goal.
I also fell down the CC rabbit hole...sort of. I only downloaded one default skin and one set of default eyes. It made a world of difference...for now.
SailorCeti wrote: »
I have to be honest. I haven't played in months. Not since the Star Wars pack came out. After playing all the iterations of the game, and trying out all (well, most) of the careers, and playing a variety of sims, it all feels like repetition at this point. The game needs something more, but I have no idea what that might be.
@Jokr1929 wrote: »
How are you finding it playing with the premades? Do you give them makeovers? I'm curious because I've also never ever played the premades because I feel like I've seen them so much they've become super boring and I usually start new savefiles switching them out with sims from the gallery
Jokr1929 wrote: »
I'm wondering, how do you all cope with being bored in the Sims? How do you keep yourself entertained?
I think I mainly go for completing collections or getting new mods or CC
-Just to clarify I'm asking out of curiosity, not because I'm stuck myself (^_^)
wildleafbat wrote: »
When I get bored with the game, I'll first do some cc shopping (now I have a rule where I delete a few items before adding something else, though) and hop into CAS to make some sims. I enjoy coming up with different styles and backstories for them, even if I never end up playing with them. If that doesn't work, I'll just take a break from the game and play animal crossing or stardew, or start a new playthrough of one of my favorite rpgs.
texxx78 wrote: »
When i get bored it is either because this game consumes much of me (i get super excited with it, so i play for hours or days in a row) and i need a break or it's because the playstyle i'm playing is not for me. I think i must have tried dozens of different playstyles until i found what i like better... which, in my case, is playing my own take in challenges that appeal to me.
In the worst case, and if you've tried everything else, maybe the game isn't doing it for you anymore...?