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TheSims4.com registered EA planning for The Sims 4

The Sims is one of the most popular and persistent franchises in gaming, so it shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that EA is already preparing for the next part.

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PurpHerbison1095d ago

The original Sims still gets it done for me.

Enate1095d ago

Yea Sims 2 was the main one I got into. Then they just stripped all the stuff they put in Sims 2 when they went to Sims 3. Re-released pretty much the same expansion packs and added in microtransactions and called it a day. The Sims 4 can stay on the shelf for all I care, its turned into nothing but a cash in just like the terrible excuse for a Sim City.

DragonKnight1095d ago

*Requires always-online*

Peter Moore: "It's not DRM, we envisioned a completely social experience where Sims players interact with other Sims players all over the world just like people do in the real world."

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Hydralysk1095d ago (Edited 1095d ago )

I remember my sister getting me into the original Sims. I never could work up the patience for a day to day routine, so I just cheated using the rosebud code for money and spent time building a huge mansion.

Then I'd inevitably get bored and either drown my sims in the pool by removing the ladder, or have them die in a fire by getting them to set off fireworks indoors when I'd removed all exit points. Frankly I'd argue it was natural selection.

Then I'd repeat the process a month or two later. Good times.

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