Many of you might be familiar with EA’s The Sims. For those who aren’t familiar, it’s basically a game where you create characters in a virtual world, control them, and live out your fantasy life, sort of. It is a fun game, but for whatever reason, it seems that EA has deemed that it might actually be worth launching a TV show around it.
If you’ve enjoyed The Sims franchise and have yet to play The Sims 4, then you’ll be pleased to learn that EA has announced that the game will now be free to play for the PC if you were to get it through the company’s Origin game store. However, you should probably hurry because it seems that this offer is only good until the 28th of May, 2019.
Speedrunning is seen as something of a sport in video games, where gamers try to complete a game or an objective as quickly as possible, whether it be to finish an entire game from start to end, or to down a boss as quickly as possible, and so on. However speedrunners of The Sims have found something new, slightly disturbing, but slightly humorous to race against.
If The Sims is a franchise that you’ve enjoyed playing, then you might be pleased to learn that Microsoft has announced that The Sims 4 will be arriving for the Xbox One this November. Originally discovered by TrueAchievements, The Sims 4 is not a new title and was actually released for PC and Mac back in 2014.
For those who have been playing the SimCity franchise, you guys are probably aware that Maxis is the developer behind the titles. Unfortunately if you are hoping to see future titles released under the Maxis banner, you might be disappointed to learn that EA has recently announced that they will be shutting down Maxis.This does not mean that there will no longer be future SimCity or The Sims titles, but […]
EA’s virtual life game The Sims has been in the news recently because the upcoming version doesn’t have some of the features that were present in its predecessors and were loved by many users. If you weren’t impressed by that change then today’s news would probably put you in a sombre mood. EA announced today that it is ending support for The Sims 2, this particular version was developed by Maxis and […]
A lot of good news is coming from E3 2014 today, and now we have some particularly for PC users who have been waiting for this for quite some time now. During its press conference Electronic Arts confirmed The Sims 4 release for PC. This title was actually delayed last year but now the publisher confirms that a release is on track for later this year.
It seems that The Sims 4 has been rated as “Adults Only” in Russia since the game would allow the option for gay and lesbian relationships, and this would mean that anyone who has not yet turned 18 will be unable to purchase the game. Russia’s “LGBT propaganda law” that was signed into effect by Vladimir Putin in the middle of last year has seen its fair share of controversy […]