The Sims 4 Review | Power Up Gaming

Adam Lloyd writes: "While it doesn’t bode well to start a review with a list of missing features, this is the unfortunate situation we find ourselves in. The Sims 4 eschews several elements that were introduced in The Sims 3 and before, such as swimming pools, basements, and most importantly, persistent neighbourhoods. If you want your sims to travel to a different lot, go on a date, or simply go to school/work, you’ll either be presented with a loading screen, or you’ll have to wait around in an empty house like a cursed spirit until they return. In this sense, The Sims 4 plays more like The Sims 2.5."

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