Like its predecessor The Sims 3, The Sims 4 bears the same concept of the game wherein players control their sims do various activities and at the same time build relationships with other sims in the virtual world.
Soon as the game hit the shelves, critics and players voiced their “dissatisfaction” with the latest installment.
In a report by the IB Times, they cited Metacritic rating the game with 3.7/10 taken from “generally unfavorable reviews based on 599 ratings” as of publication date.
A lot of issues have been pointed out. For instance there’s the “closed, flat world, and the inability to change the vertical camera angle.” There’s also the lack of several features that were present in earlier titles of the series including swimming pools, swimwear, as well as the toddler life stage, which as later speculated would probably be offered for a later expansion packs. “That last bug was enough to drive me to scream Simlish — Continue…