Excerpt: Instead of the government investing in the affects of violence in video games, they should put their money into something more meaningful, like building rehabilitation centers for recovering Sims fans. The governmentÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s slow response to this crisis is egregious. It is as if our tax dollars are going to tax cuts for the rich or something.
Excerpt: The Sims series, as you probably know by now, allows the gamer to control a little world of virtual people, monitoring their every need from achieving their life goals to using the bathroom. The Sims 2 expanded on that with an aspiration system that gave new direction to the little people’s lives, as well as nice details like a family tree system that allowed the player to create two adult characters, roll the dice, and see how their kids would turn out.
Conclusion: For the majority of time this was a game that I quite enjoyed. The vast array of different things you can do with your sim is wonderful, from making them into a hippy that loves the world to creating a red-blooded woman that likes to sleep about, it’s all there and then some. The graphics in the game are nice enough without ever excelling as the gameplay is really where the game shines.