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A few questions about The Sims?

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July 16, 2019 / By Ginnie
Question: Hi, so I'm newish to The Sims and I have a few questions. 1. Do you personally prefer The Sims 2 or The Sims 3? Why? 2. Do you prefer The Sims 2 Pets or The Sims 3 Pets? Why? 3. In The Sims 3, do your Sims and Pets age when you aren't doing their game play? Thank you in advance. I have The Sims 2, but I can purchase any of them :)
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Denise Denise | 5 days ago
Personally I prefer the sims 3, its better thought out and a little more realistic, also u can roam the neighbourhood without the game needing to load every time u go to a new area. Both the sims 2 pets and the sims 3 pets have their advantages: 2 has careers for pets and 3 has hunting skill where ur pets collect minerals and other small pets (like birds) and u can ride horses (or even a unicorn) yes ur sims and pets in the same neighbourhood ur playing in do age but If u start a new game ur automatically placed in a 'new' neighborhood away from ur other sims, the aging can be turned off (story progression: off) Hope this helped!
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Denise Originally Answered: The Sims 4 questions! Please answer?
Okay, I play a lot of video games and I am pretty familiar with what is new in the market. I have Sims 3 with a few expansion packs and I really like it as a game. To be honest I probably spend about 90% of my time just creating a Sim and their house. (Oops) Anyway, from what I've heard, the Sims 4 is not a good investment. Many key elements featured within previous Sims games are no longer a part of Sims 4, such as: - No toddlers - No swimming pools - Loading screens, lasting from about 15-30 seconds - No cutomisation of your house. Colours, for example - No more terraforming the land around your house. This means that you cannot create hills or holes around your house - No more police, business men or doctors - Much smaller worlds - No aliens, no burglars - No basements - No cars Honestly, the list goes on forever. Watch these videos that expand upon what I talked about: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6IPz2WBBl-... https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V4zxKXktvD... Buy Sims 3.
Denise Originally Answered: The Sims 4 questions! Please answer?
Now Sims can multitask such as talk while doing a task. Sims moodlets also changes the game like never before, changing the way a sim does a task by either being angry or totally excited. For example, if a sim is angry and you ask him/her to do some push ups, the sim will react by working out aggressively. This also has a big impact on relationships and the way things act out. There is probably more but yeah I am not really sure.

Callie Callie
Both have their pros and cons of course. I mean with sims 3 you get the seamless world, but with sims 2, if you enjoy making a custom neighborhood and populating it with your own premade sims to be neighbors, then sims 2 is far better. Sims 3 you either need a ton of mods, or a ton of different neighborhoods to play multiple families. Also, Sims 3 has a bunch of bugs and crashes that EA has never thought twice about. Sims 2 is much more stable. I've also found you have more things to do on each individual lot in Sims 2, whereas Sims 3 is full of rabbitholes where you just send your sim away and get some popups about their progress. Sims 2 characters also look better... Sims 3 looks like cabbage patch kids. As for pets, Sims 3 you get horses, and have to micromanage your pets the same way you would a sim. So if you like to play a single sim with 5 pets, you will still have your work cut out for you. Sims 2 pets, their AI was a little smarter, and you didn't need to much to keep your critters happy. (Plus with the use of cheats, you could still micromanage them if you chose to). Ultimately it comes down to what you enjoy doing. I prefer sims 2, because I like to hop between families and come back to them a week later just as I left them. I often play in apartments, so I still get to visit my neighbors.. I don't need the S3 seamless world for that. If you're the kind of person who likes to focus on a sim or family, and do everything on it, then S3 may suit you better. Just be prepared to use a lot of mods to fix bugs and annoyances that EA turns a blind eye to.
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Alysha Alysha
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Alysha Originally Answered: Questions About The 'Sim Exchange' Thingy For The Sims 3?
if u are talking about create a sim then yes- and if u are talking about where u download other peoples sims i don't think so, u could check tho by seeing if u can edit them in game.

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