The Sims 4 - Console Edition
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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 comes to PS4 and Xbox One with the best of the version released for PC in 2014. It does not offer any free content besides the Happy Holidays package, but this can be complemented with the best of the catalog of packs and expansions from the day the game goes on sale. If you have not played the game yet, it is your chance.
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The Sims 4 doesn't always feel at home on Xbox, though, with clunky menus, confusing controls, tiny text, and a mess of tutorials. But if you prefer to game on console rather than PC, The Sims 4 is still worth the time and effort.
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.
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!
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 Sims 4 is a lesser version compared to The Sims 3, but with some improvements post-launch and dynamic emotions in the mix, it still has a lot to offer
While it's fun, it's not without its flaws.
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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