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Why I should get the Sims 4.....

Mom and Dad. This is for you.

Emma Hagan

on 12 April 2016

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Transcript of Why I should get the Sims 4.....

You create. You control. You rule.

You can create any Sim you can dream up. Plan their lives, pick their friends, make enemies, and watch their hilarious stories unfold. Go ahead, make a Sim whose greatest aspiration is to hone his gardening skills. With enough work, he might become the world's greatest freelance botanist. Or maybe you want to create a hilarious prankster who yearns to be the life of the party. Will she end up a criminal mastermind? The choice is yours. There's no predicting how huge personalities will collide in The Sims 4 – help your Sims pursue a career, learn new skills, make friends, and start relationships. How will you rule?
What is the Sims 4?
I am 14 years old and the age state 12+, a better ranking then PG13 movies, which have a seemingly reasonable amount of sexual behavior, almost commonly seen in a fiction world, like the Sims4 is showing. (Example: The Divergent Series, The Hunger Games Series, The Selection Series)
Age Rating
As a fan of the old games, this one is a HUGE disappointment. However, it focuses more on creating the characters and building/decorating the houses and less on character interaction. For that, I find that it is more "child-friendly" This is something written on a parent review page.
Main Portion of the Game
Parents need to know that The Sims 4 is a life-simulation game in which players create and manage virtual people, guiding them in their day-to-day lives. Players will see Sims socializing, relieving themselves in the bathroom, showering (without nudity), going on dates, having families, exercising, enjoying hobbies, and embarking on careers. Players guide the development and behaviors of their Sims and can make them loving, caring, and reliable or cheating, selfish, and aggressive. Sims can get into fights and even die from events such as fire or starvation, but this is rare. Many Sims will engage in flirtation, romance, and even sex, though the act itself is never shown. Whether Sims end up being good or bad is entirely up to the player.
Game Review
Why I should get the Sims 4.....
Emma Hagan
You both expressed some concerns that this did not have any learning benefits, but I am here to prove that this game has a slight learning helpfulness and will not discourage a child who is thought to be particularly smart.
Regarding Sexual Themes
I am aware that you have expressed some concern about the issue regarding sex, and I realize this also may be a hard topic to discuss with an incoming freshman in high school, so I would like to point out a few basic facts.
I have not put a lot of thought into my choices recently. But, if you will not give me the opportunity, how can I earn your trust back? I want to focus more on gaining your trust back more than anything at the moment, and I will understand if you do not want me to get the game. I realize I may have caused a huge emotional strain on our family because of my rebellious behavior, and for that I am sorry. Thank you for your time.
In Conclusion
3 stars means, and I quote, "Good, pretty engaging. Good learning approach."
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