The Sims 4 - Console Edition
While it's fun, it's not without its flaws.
There's no question about it: if you want to play The Sims 4, the PC is still the best way to play it – and given that its PC system requirements are fairly low that's what we'd recommend.
The Sims is a good console game, for the ones who have never touched the PC version, because is basically the same product, with worse controls.
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I might have been able to get past the mind-numbing monotony of this game, if it weren't so poorly designed for consoles.
The Sims 4 on both PS4 and Xbox One is a welcome addition for the series, allowing players that might not have the PC capabilities to enjoy a beloved series.
If you've never played The Sims before, the console version isn't a great starting place, but if you're already a convert, then it's a must-have in your collection.
This is a game that offers such poignant and relevant social commentary, and after many years of being either PC-exclusive, or released in a very watered down fashion on game consoles, it's great to see that this great experiment in giving us the tools to play around with humanity is finally on console in a full and unabridged way.
The Sims 4 for consoles is a PC port with potential. It has amazing customization and great graphics, but the buggy controls are a major disappointment.
The king of life simulators has finally returned to consoles after a long and gruelling 6-year hiatus. But with a buttery-smooth and successful PC transfer for The Sims 4, all things are coming up Sims!