CGM Reviews: The Sims 4

It’s that time again, when the creative and the sadistic all come together to create new people, relationships and families in politically correct, ethnically diverse suburban paradises… and then proceed to torture them into lunacy or nudge them towards success. Five years, 11 expansion packs, eight stuff packs, six world packs and $550 later, The Sims 3 finally walks off into the sunset and welcomes The Sims 4 into the neighborhood. There have been a lot of changes, and, for people that have been following the franchise dutifully since 2000, some of these changes are starting to feel both too familiar and unwelcome.

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