I have been following the news of the new “The Sims” game from EA for a while now.
It’s not a game I would recommend, but I am happy to say that The Sims 4 has more than earned its spot in the “Sims” hall of fame.
The game, released on June 24th for $59.99, is a real gem of a game that’s got a real fun and addictive gameplay experience, but it also has some pretty serious shortcomings.
The biggest is that it’s a “pay to win” game, which means that every time you win, you will be given a new set of abilities that can be used in your next game.
There’s a lot of fun to be had in this, but the problem is that the “gamescore” (which is basically how well the game is playing) is based on the amount of money you win.
So, if you win too much money, your “gamescores” will drop significantly and you will have to start over with a new one.
The problem with this system is that there’s not much incentive to keep playing, and if you don’t keep playing you won’t be getting paid for your time.
That being said, I think this system could be a great way to bring back some of the “fun” of playing games that used to be called “games.”
For example, I played “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time” on a recent Friday night, and it was absolutely incredible.
While this game has a lot to offer in terms of story and world building, I’m not a huge fan of its gameplay, and I’ve never enjoyed the same level of excitement I had playing “The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.”
But I do think that “The Sims 4” is a great opportunity for EA to bring the “legend of Zelda” and other “legends” back to life, especially if the game continues to sell well.
The new “SimS” game also has a great cast of characters, which is what I want from a game in this genre.
The “Sim” series has been around for nearly 80 years and is now expanding into a new franchise with the “The Simpsons.”
So I am really excited to see the “Forsaken” Sims return in “TheSims 4.”
This is just a really cool way to start the franchise with a brand new game that will keep players coming back to the franchise.
I think the Sims 4 is going to be one of the most successful games in the series, and EA is certainly going to have a lot on its hands when it releases the game.
It is definitely worth a look.
-IGN.com Staff writer Scott Hensley is a staff writer for IGN.
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