The Sims doesn’t really do it for me. Like, I get it. I’m all for a good “Nazi experiment simulator“. But I just can’t get into it, and I’m not sure I ever will. Still, I have to admit The Sims 4‘s latest Vampires pack looks incredibly fun.
The Sims 4 developer Maxis has released an update for the game that removes previous gender-based limits on in-game characters, unlocking all forms of ~self-expression~ for everybody. CAN YOU TASTE THE RAINBOW.
“This means you can now create Sims with any type of physique, walk style, and tone of voice you choose – regardless of their gender,” reads the announcement.
“We’ve also made clothing, hair, jewelry, and other visual options available to all Sims. Over 700 pieces of content previously only available to either male or female Sims, have now been made available to all Sims regardless of initial gender selection. This includes content from The Sims 4 base game and previously launched packs.”
I love The Sims series. There, I said it, and it’s not just because I get to build houses with no doors and pools where the floors should be and move in a bunch of pregnant teens just to see what happens although that’s probably part of it. Okay, most of it, but scientific research is a totally legit reason to play a game and how else could I know that moving a bunch of pregnant teens into a house with no doors and pools where the floors should be is a bad idea? I mean, I know now but I had to put in a lot of hard work to find out. And they say games can’t teach you anything.
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