Jess lets you know why The Sims isn’t the game you expect and how it’s one of the most flexible games ever.
Hardcore Gamers and Sims 4 don't belong in the same sentence.
this is gamespot? why don't you stick talking FOR gamers, not suck corporate d**ks for their money!
why would i want to play the sims? its an electronic version of playing with barbies.
From the title only I understood that it does not worth to watch not even one second of that video. There are no hardcore gamers, Gamers are just gamers.....
There are hardcore gamers. But a hardcore game isn't defined by "mature" games nor story driven games. A hardcore gamer is defined by putting countless hours a week into playing video games and delving deep into the hobby regardless of a games age or platform and playing more than what's heavily marketed towards the casual audience.
To be honest they could just play the previous iterations.. I call them iterations lightly, but the previous games do The Sims justice moreso imo
Another troll story with a girl used as click bait. Youtube killed off the reply girls now its time to kill off the fake gaming new girls
How do you know she's a fake gaming girl??
I don't care if she is a gamergirl. Do you want a flood of bad content with girls used as click bait for host?
It was actually an good rundown of the game. I'm not really a fan of the Sims, but she did make it sound somewhat interesting.
it's very clear you have no idea who she is. jess isn't even dressed provocatively, nor does she flaunt her body in any way in any of her vids. she never has, in fact. she actually does play games. deal with it.
I don't need to know "who she is" to know they make a new thumbnail of her for every video in an attempt to increase views. But guess their titles can be good sometimes, "Rainbow Gaystation Unveiled & Are PCs “Decimating” Consoles?" I got a good laugh out of that one.
She's a regular host on GameSpot. Has been for some time.
they use a thumbnail of her because she's the host. it's pretty sad how people can't accept females as people, but only as "bait".
No, I don't need to give any game a "chance". If I think a game is going to be good, I'll buy it. If I think a game is going to suck, then I won't buy it. It's that simple. When companies are asking you to fork over $60-$80 for a product, it is very hard for anyone to consider purchasing said product on the "chance" that it might not end up sucking, despite every indication telling you it will suck. Moral of the story: Don't tell me what to do with my own money. I'll start listening to you when you start giving me the money to waste on all these games you're telling me to buy.
This, a game shouldn't need a chance if it has a certain standard and isn't intended to be used to screw over customers.
Yeah... how about no, I don't care if it plays good. It lacks far too much content compared to past games and the expansion packs will likely be the same. Not to mention the price will be the same or more expensive, so no thanks. Btw, Gamespot's a joke. XD
What a terrible video, oh wait, it's from Gamespot, that's normal. I don't know how this site, also Kotaku and Polygon still exist.
If i want to play sims i play the original.
That video strongly resembled a commercial :/
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