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  • Justa_G00fJusta_G00f Posts: 1,056 Member
    edited September 16




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    DecafHigh wrote: »
    greydonn wrote: »
    The skintones that existed prior to the update are still there, at least according to the threads I read when the update came out. You just might need to do more digging now. They're mostly in warm if that helps! :) The "cool" skintones are sometimes pinky though I must admit, so I'm hoping for another update. Why not, right?

    Been doing a lot of playing around with the skintones and it is impossible to come even close to recreating the original "caucasian" skintones that used to be in the game. Even the ones that kinda sorta come close are either completely washed out or still far too dark.

    But we have green and blue.... 🤣
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  • Pamtastic72Pamtastic72 Posts: 4,140 Member
    LynnPlayz1 wrote: »
    I like the eyeball ring. There, I said it.

    *whispers* I do too.
  • EllupelluelluEllupelluellu Posts: 2,998 Member
    I almost always delete Vlad, Vatores and....


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    ... Morgyn.


    *runs and hides* !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • VeeDubVeeDub Posts: 895 Member
    I almost always delete Vlad, Vatores and....


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    ... Morgyn.


    *runs and hides* !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I don't have Vampires but if/when I ever do, I'd be right there with you. No pre-made is safe from my whims to delete. None. Yes, not even Morgyn. :lol:
  • simgirl1010simgirl1010 Posts: 22,311 Member
    I kept Morgan so my sim could beat him in duels.
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  • totasimstotasims Posts: 27 Member
    welcome wagons are not annoying
  • cecesims41cecesims41 Posts: 19 Member
    Not sure if this is unpopular, but I wish townies from my neighborhood would show up at community lots before sims from other worlds do. I want to meet my new neighbors, not Judith Ward and the Vatores!
  • MoonlightGrahamMoonlightGraham Posts: 293 Member
    cecesims41 wrote: »
    Not sure if this is unpopular, but I wish townies from my neighborhood would show up at community lots before sims from other worlds do. I want to meet my new neighbors, not Judith Ward and the Vatores!

    @cecesims41 I'm the same way. I got tired of seeing the Landgraabs jog past my house several times a day, while I never saw the couple next door after they welcomed me to the neighborhood. I tried a mod that keeps Sims from straying from their worlds, except to visit bars, gyms, spas, etc. It's working very well for me. I'm not a huge fan of mods, and I use them very, very sparingly--but I'm pleased with this one.

    Here's the link: https://lotharihoe.tumblr.com/post/622921247655919616/sso-sim-spawn-overhaul-download-google-drive

    And, while I'm here, welcome to the forum! Happy simming!
  • ScobreScobre Posts: 20,535 Member
    edited September 18
    VeeDub wrote: »
    Onverser wrote: »
    Unpopular opinion: I want each new sims game to be different from the last and add new gameplay/worlds/sims/etc. If I wanted to play x old game I would just play it

    I agree with that. I'm sometimes baffled by players who say things like "They should bring So-and-so back." I'm often left thinking, "But this game never had that, so how can it bring it back?" Truly, if I love an older game (of any game series), I play that. But I prefer newer games to be new and different instead of rehashes of the same old same old.

    I agree also. I particularly like this stage in the game's development because most of the most requested themes have been done and I'm curious to see what's next. And no I'm not bored. 😄
    Often I find the new requests are things that have been done in past Sims games which is interesting. So old themes and ideas tend to make a comeback which is understandable since it happens with fashion too. Unpopular opinion I like seeing a mix of old and new fuse together with the Sims 4.
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  • rhaliusrhalius Posts: 272 Member
    A lot of requested things have not been done yet or very poorly.
    Everything occult and science fiction pretty much has been neglected.

    That and sims still all acting mostly the same, but I guess that's such a deep problem that it needs a new game to fix since they pretty much need to ditch the whole useless emotion system for that.
  • halloweenchildhalloweenchild Posts: 1,263 Member
    cecesims41 wrote: »
    Not sure if this is unpopular, but I wish townies from my neighborhood would show up at community lots before sims from other worlds do. I want to meet my new neighbors, not Judith Ward and the Vatores!

    Same, I really miss the isolated worlds. Like how each world had it's own school population, and jobs were filled by sims in that world only.
    Give our Vampires back their fangs!!! Reverse the Nerf!!! Occult simmers should not be shoved aside for the "realism players"! It's time Occult lovers/players started to demand equal treatment.
  • maggiemae8135maggiemae8135 Posts: 150 Member
    Although I enjoy Sims 4, having played both 2 and 3 I do miss a lot of what those games offered. Personalities of the sims, the attraction system, and the way they behaved because their horoscopes and traits made them more individualized than the Sims in 4. The towns offered more with the number of lots they had available and the ability to have a town with community lots and residentials. I love the beauty of the towns in Sims4, however most of it is just empty because the buildings cannot be used at all. They are only decor. So while I enjoy Sims4, I find that I miss what the other games had and would like to see some of it added to Sims 4. The most important piece for me, as rhalius mentioned, is the lack of individuality of the sims. I do enjoy the different active jobs, seasons and holidays, and the places I can have my sims go to for fun and adventure.
  • StrawberryYogurtStrawberryYogurt Posts: 2,457 Member
    Im open to the idea of Sims 5 being multiplayer. If its managed properly/responsibly, id support it.
    The Sims has currently lost its identity. Bring it back for TS5

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  • calaprfycalaprfy Posts: 3,927 Member
    I dislike the knitting aspiration. It's too demanding for such an irrelevant skill.
  • EdithVEdithV Posts: 763 Member
    I really like alpha cc
  • simgirl1010simgirl1010 Posts: 22,311 Member
    cyncie wrote: »
    Okay. I’m newish, so I’ll just burn my bridges now.

    Number One unpopular opinion: I don’t like CC that makes a Sim look like they need medical attention (they’re obviously anemic and have some sort of rash on their cheeks and noses), or like they’ve gone overboard on the implants and Botox.

    Number Two unpopular opinion: Sims Two is over rated.

    That’s it. Bring out the pitchforks!


    No need for pitchforks. 😄 It's your opinion and that's the whole point of this thread.
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  • SharoniaSharonia Posts: 4,400 Member
    edited September 21
    I don’t care about a colour wheel…

    It’s nice to have it in the Sims 3 but honestly I don’t feel like it’s something that I need to be able to enjoy the Sims 4.
  • NightlyCoffeeNightlyCoffee Posts: 156 Member
    edited September 21
    I don't care for or want a color wheel either. I prefer having swatches instead.

    I also don't care for EA townies, and the upcoming lore update doesn't interest me at all. They are always the first things I delete making a new save. I don't get excited for "iconic" characters coming back like Crumplebottom or Bonehilda. I didn't play the older Sims games, so I don't have a sentimental attachment to these characters.

    And to put the cherry on top of my unpopular opinions... I like small worlds. I don't want huge worlds anymore, and I'm happy with the size of the worlds we are getting now.
  • cynciecyncie Posts: 90 Member
    edited September 21

    And to put the cherry on top of my unpopular opinions... I like small worlds. I don't want huge worlds anymore, and I'm happy with the size of the worlds we are getting now.

    You know, I went back to Sims 3 recently and found it all a bit overwhelming after playing Sims 4 exclusively for the last few years. Some worlds could use a few more lots, but find I like being able to move freely between several, manageable, small worlds better than being locked into one huge one.

    Which, I guess, brings me to another unpopular opinion: I don’t want the whole game to be open world, again. I would like more open neighborhoods with the freedom to travel between worlds, loading screens and all.

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  • Chaotic_MoiraChaotic_Moira Posts: 36 Member
    HAHA It is so fun to read these. I wish there was a friendly "dislike" for comments so you could just like "funny scowl" at some. >:)

    I hate toddlers. That is mine. I think they finally made cute toddlers, and toddler interactions in 4 (always thought they were meh before) but I still don't like them. They are so tedious to take care of. I cheat potty train them and walk them so they can use potty and go upstairs always (unless I am playing a challenge).

    "Ooooh look at my lovely dining room table..." she mused with a smile, even as she passed by it to eat dinner alone at the desk in her daughter's bedroom. It wouldn't make much sense to an observer of course, but though she was quite charming, she was perhaps a Sim with very little sense.
  • VeeDubVeeDub Posts: 895 Member
    HAHA It is so fun to read these. I wish there was a friendly "dislike" for comments so you could just like "funny scowl" at some. >:)

    I hate toddlers. That is mine. I think they finally made cute toddlers, and toddler interactions in 4 (always thought they were meh before) but I still don't like them. They are so tedious to take care of. I cheat potty train them and walk them so they can use potty and go upstairs always (unless I am playing a challenge).

    I'm not a fan of toddlers either, but I also agree that they're very cute in this game. I don't do challenges, myself, but if I ever do it won't be one that involves anything about babies, toddlers, or children at all. :lol:
  • Chaotic_MoiraChaotic_Moira Posts: 36 Member
    > @VeeDub said:
    > I'm not a fan of toddlers either, but I also agree that they're very cute in this game. I don't do challenges, myself, but if I ever do it won't be one that involves anything about babies, toddlers, or children at all. :lol:

    Yeah I would never do like the 100 baby challenge. Laawwd noo! LOL. But I try to not cheat even on like my Legacy Challenge, so tots are a pain then. But yeah, when I first saw the interactions I admittedly was impressed with how cute some of them are. If only I didn't have to like, feed, and bath, and teach them... haha

    "Ooooh look at my lovely dining room table..." she mused with a smile, even as she passed by it to eat dinner alone at the desk in her daughter's bedroom. It wouldn't make much sense to an observer of course, but though she was quite charming, she was perhaps a Sim with very little sense.
  • calaprfycalaprfy Posts: 3,927 Member
    I like one-parent families. There is no high chair hokey-cokey and the toddlers can use the nanny as a slave when the parent is at work. Plus one parent maxes out the parenting skill faster.

  • Chaotic_MoiraChaotic_Moira Posts: 36 Member
    I love Tragic Clown! He is my favorite reoccurring character, and I wish they'd add more of him in.

    I happen to love creepy, sad, or eclectic looking clowns artistically in general, and so when I played Sims 1 I often had the Tragic Clown picture in houses and it took me like a year to realize this is why this horrible clown was always terrorizing my poor Sims. It cracks me up that I had no idea for so long.

    "Ooooh look at my lovely dining room table..." she mused with a smile, even as she passed by it to eat dinner alone at the desk in her daughter's bedroom. It wouldn't make much sense to an observer of course, but though she was quite charming, she was perhaps a Sim with very little sense.
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