For years, "The Sims" dominated the life-sim genre as the most comprehensive sim game available. Part of its long-lasting legacy is the amount of …
LIFE BY YOU: WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE FORMER SIMS BOSS' NEW GAME
For years, "The Sims" dominated the life-sim genre as the most comprehensive sim game available. Part of its long-lasting legacy is the amount of creativity fans can exercise in the game, from making narratives with their Sim families to building elaborate architectural marvels – even celeb fans like Keke Palmer enjoy the dollhouse aspect of the game. While farming sim games like "Stardew Valley" and "Story of Seasons" scratch a similar social itch, nothing quite compares to "The Sims."
Back in 2013, Putin signed what became known around the world as "the anti-gay law" of Russia (per The Guardian), which placed a ban on so-called "propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations" and has prevented the release of media featuring LGBTQ+ characters and situations. However, according to some fans, this law shouldn't have applied to "The Sims 4."
So get ready to view The Sims in a different light, particularly if you haven't played it since you were young. These are odd things about The Sims that we didn't notice until we were adults.
Maybe these lessons taught players how to navigate the world or what to expect from humanity. Or maybe The Sims just taught them that murder by pool ladder can be fun.
If you've never had the opportunity to play "The Sims 4," EA just announced a shocking price change to the game that might entice you to dig in.