This The Sims 4 guide includes a description of every single aspect of the game. You can find here tips about, for example, creating your own Sim, modifying its physical features, choosing its clothes and apparel and choosing its character traits. You will also learn leading your Sim through its career and earning as much Simoleons as you can so you can create (and keep) the home which you dream about. You can also check which career is the most profitable by design. In this guide you will find a lot of useful information about creating and transforming a house and selecting furniture. You will also read about social relations between Sims and how to use this relations to create an interesting and successful family. The Sims 4 is the newest title of the one of the most popular video game series. It allows you to take over the faith of virtual people whom you have to provide a shelter, necessary items and some entertainment to keep them happy. This game develops the gameplay from its predecessors and presents some new ideas as well. Still the main content is creating and taking care of your Sims however you will have an access to a lot more modifiers and options than in the third game of the series. Thanks to the visual editor you can be much more specific with the details of your Sim's appearance. Also the Sim's nature still has a huge importance. Players have to choose only few (from many) feats which shape the Sim's behavior. You can also choose a long-term aspirations of your hero.
In The Sims 4 guide you will find:
- useful tips about creating your Sims;
- the description of Sims' traits, aspirations, skills and emotions;
- tips about both social and professional life;
- useful tips for creating and decorating a house;
- the description of possible activities in the town;
- advices about organizing various social events;
- the precise description of every available career including the promotion requirements and the income.
Maciej "Psycho Mantis" Stepnikowski (www.gamepressure.com)
About Sims 4 Guide
Author : Psycho Mantis for gamepressure.com
Guide contains : 59 pages, 373 images.
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The Sims 4 Video Game
- genre: Simulation
- developer: Maxis
- publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
- platform: PC
- rated: PEGI: 12+
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