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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Sim Architect on Sun 31 Aug 2014, 04:01

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by J.T. on Sun 31 Aug 2014, 13:56

SvenT wrote:Your left is better than my right, so it's ok Very Happy

*cough cough* It's a pun....  Very Happy

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Water Nixi on Mon 01 Sep 2014, 20:21

I'll give Sims 4 a try. Not sure if I'll stay with 3 or move to 4... the limitations of 4 don't bother me AS much, since most of 3's features and expansions I had to skip because of my old computer. Honestly, if I could sit through 8-10 mins of loading screens for 3, I can sit through 1-2 minute ones for 4 (though I hope they will be much shorter than that).... I am curious how both 3 and 4 will run on my new computer and I'll have fun with both of them Smile

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by maKa01 on Tue 02 Sep 2014, 05:12

hello now here Smile
I give sims 4 a chance, only to see how I feel about it and what they "change" in the sims. if EA change anything that is.
but I liked more the sims 2, so I mostly stick to the sims 2.  only there you can go to shopping and actually gut robbed. it was so funny lol!
I have the sims 3 too but He gives me a lot of problems.

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by anonymouse on Fri 05 Sep 2014, 08:18

for the most part yes i will.

Sims 3 (all expansions, no stuff packs) takes up around 60 or so gigs on my harddrive. I'd rather just play one game if it's going to take up a huge chunk of space. I expect 4 to be around 15-20gigs.

Of course I have 1 other big game that I play also. so that already is 2 big games. rather stay at 2 big games i split my time than 3 big games.

I'm looking forward to sims 4. It's always exciting to try out what it has to offer.

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by condor on Sun 07 Sep 2014, 01:13

We have a 64 bit which we installed sims 4 on as well as our 32 bit and both work perfectly.

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Post by radsoul on Sun 07 Sep 2014, 05:53

I'll stay with the Sims 3. I have all the expansions and such, so it would be a shame to let it all go to waste. I still use the Sims and Sims 2 from time to time, they all offer something that's entertaining (:

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Sim Architect on Wed 10 Sep 2014, 23:29

@Water Nixi wrote:I'll give Sims 4 a try. Not sure if I'll stay with 3 or move to 4... the limitations of 4 don't bother me AS much, since most of 3's features and expansions I had to skip because of my old computer. Honestly, if I could sit through 8-10 mins of loading screens for 3, I can sit through 1-2 minute ones for 4 (though I hope they will be much shorter than that).... I am curious how both 3 and 4 will run on my new computer and I'll have fun with both of them Smile
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@maKa01 wrote:hello now here Smile
I give sims 4 a chance, only to see how I feel about it and what they "change" in the sims. if EA change anything that is.
but I liked more the sims 2, so I mostly stick to the sims 2.  only there you can go to shopping and actually gut robbed. it was so funny  lol!
I have the sims 3 too but He gives me a lot of problems.
Hi! It sounds great, The Sims 2 had great features, and you could make real tall buildings with many, many, many floors, and real apartments with real furniture and sims!
@anonymouse wrote:for the most part yes i will.

Sims 3 (all expansions, no stuff packs) takes up around 60 or so gigs on my harddrive. I'd rather just play one game if it's going to take up a huge chunk of space. I expect 4 to be around 15-20gigs.

Of course I have 1 other big game that I play also. so that already is 2 big games. rather stay at 2 big games i split my time than 3 big games.

I'm looking forward to sims 4. It's always exciting to try out what it has to offer.
Good. How large is your hard drive? Can't you fit all in, or perhaps get a second one around? They are really cheap nowadays...
@condor wrote:We have a 64 bit which we installed sims 4 on as well as our 32 bit and both work perfectly.
Good for you! IMO it's not about working perfectly, but about the limitations the 32 bit technology imposes on the game, besides the other things they decided to use for The Sims 4. I was expecting a technological advance, awesome graphics, awesome network play with voice and real time video. I know that if you still run your game on a Pentium III you won't get it, but on the other hand serious and adult gamers that can afford real gaming machines would be able to use what they got and have a great experience!
@radsoul wrote:I'll stay with the Sims 3. I have all the expansions and such, so it would be a shame to let it all go to waste. I still use the Sims and Sims 2 from time to time, they all offer something that's entertaining (:
I feel the same, but I admit that I am a bit curious about the new game...

Anyway, I am really happy to see most of you will keep playing The Sims 3 for a long time, so I won't be a freak, neither will I be wasting my time with Blue River...

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Wandering on Sat 13 Sep 2014, 15:51

Frankly, my biggest issue with Sims 4 is that they've taken out the Create a style tool and said that because of the way the game was made it isn't possible to add it later on via patch or expansion pack.

The two-dimensional map and loading screen are a compromise I would pay for a faster gaming experience and less game crashing, but I suspect that in a month or two they too would start annoying me a bit.

And let's face it, basements and pools and all of the other missing stuff will be reintroduced in even more expansion packs (25 of them sounds about right); "Getting wet" and "Underground dwelling" are sure to be hits and don't forget about profits; You'd have to pay at least 200$ for a playable base game.

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Sim Architect on Sat 13 Sep 2014, 19:57

@Wandering wrote:Frankly, my biggest issue with Sims 4 is that they've taken out the Create a style tool and said that because of the way the game was made it isn't possible to add it later on via patch or expansion pack.

The two-dimensional map and loading screen are a compromise I would pay for a faster gaming experience and less game crashing, but I suspect that in a month or two they too would start annoying me a bit.

And let's face it, basements and pools and all of the other missing stuff will be reintroduced in even more expansion packs (25 of them sounds about right); "Getting wet" and "Underground dwelling" are sure to be hits and don't forget about profits; You'd have to pay at least 200$ for a playable base game.
What he said.

What you say makes sense. We'll see what happens. Thankfully we still have the Sims 2 and 3...


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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Phoebe on Sun 14 Sep 2014, 10:43

The Sims 2 and The Sims 3 will have always a special place in my heart. But unfortunately, I will always remember The Sims 3 with its unending errors, especially for Mac users.

And we Mac users didn't have a good start with The Sims 4 either... I am really feeling negleted after all those hours we spent to make  The Sims 3 work on our system, and EA was aware of our problems. Well, we thought like that. But apparently, they don't care at all. There are really high amount of Mac users in the world, and still EA keeps not making Sims compitable with Macs. 


I could only check The Sims 4 for a little time, and as other users told, I have seen main things aren't included the game, but they were in the The Sims 3 base game. It's obvious that EA is the still has the same manners about money and customer needs.

I hope I will be wrong. Meanwhile, I will stick with my The Sims 3 as I really spent some much time to make it work properly on my Mac.

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Sim Architect on Fri 08 May 2015, 00:28

Hi there! I know this topic is old but...

Since I formatted my computer and I am reinstalled everything, and since I did some searches around Google Ad Sense, I found out that "almost nobody" seems to be interested in Sims 3 anymore, compared to The Sims 4 (millions of searches for the last against a few thousand for Sims 3).

I know my content is not great, but also considering that people are visiting the Sims 4 topics of this forum more and more after each day, and the Sims 3 topics are getting less and less traffic...

I am seriously thinking about "finishing" up my Blue River World almost "as is". Finishing the 100 babies house for Angel, maybe do some minimal touch ups in my castle (I won't even build the pool area neither the green house I had planned) and released it as an unfinished alpha and be done with Sims 3.

Even though I like it, since the new additions (basements, pools, Get to Work etc) I feel that the Sims 4 may have become "playable" and, since I won't have audience for my Sims 3 content anyways, I might as well be "updating" myself to the new version (forced by majority against my will, but very likely doing it).

So, what do you think?

Meanwhile, I will have some mate tea with honey and lemon...


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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by jgf on Sat 16 May 2015, 15:32

Whenever a new version of anything is released you will find about 75% of people immediately flock to it while the rest adopt a "wait and see" attitude. Sims 3 still has a thriving community, it remains to be seen how many will abandon it for Sims 4, or how many who have tried Sims 4 will decide they like 3 better, or how many keep both.

Mere forum activity is not a reliable indicator. What's now being posted for Sims 4 has already been posted for Sims 3, there's no need to rehash the latter so naturally it seems the former has more activity.

When FlightSim X was released many people jumped on the bandwagon, leaving FlightSim 9, and the forums were full of threads regarding the new sim. But many became disillusioned with FSX and returned to FS9. Today, years later, each sim has about equal adherents and many people have both installed.

A more reliable indicator is how many new mods are uploaded and how many downloads there are.

From what I've read of 4 I've no interest in trying it, too many of the things i like about 3 were removed. Admittedly Sims 3 is the only Sims game I've played (unless you count a wretched couple of months with Sims Social years ago), and I've only been playing about six months. (But have enjoyed nearly every other Maxis game for years ...still have SimFarm, SimAnt, SimCity 2000, SimCopter, SimCity 3000, and SimCity 4 installed. Found SimCity Societies too aimless, too easy, and too unstable.)

Ultimately, do what you enjoy in a game. Finish your city if you are having fun doing it, even if no one else ever sees it (I'm learning to use CAW now, with hopes of recreating the small town where I grew up). And if you do upload it, you may be surprised at how many downloads it gets.


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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Opheliakc on Wed 27 May 2015, 13:44

Only good thing about sims 4 is building and cas, and it's not enough to make me stop playing sims 3, I'm in love with sims 3 and nothing can chance it rabbit

editing after one year: oh boy was I stupid. sims 4 is way better.


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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Anarchy on Wed 27 May 2015, 18:07

@Opheliakc wrote:Only good thing about sims 4 is building and cas, and it's not enough to make me stop playing sims 3, I'm in love with sims 3 and nothing can chance it rabbit

But both CAS and build mode are nerfs...? They are user-friendlier but they are nerfs.

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by The_gh0stm4n on Wed 27 May 2015, 18:25

@jgf wrote:
Mere forum activity is not a reliable indicator.  What's now being posted for Sims 4 has already been posted for Sims 3, there's no need to rehash the latter so naturally it seems the former has more activity.


Depends on how you define "reliable indicator".Yes, I agree that a lot of the things that are now being posted in Sims 4, can also be applied to Sims 3. However, many people are not aware of this, especially those who never played TS1, TS2 or TS3 before.

Meaning, if someone posted here in the year 2011 about crashing problems, and got as a reply to check the DEP-settings, then he or she will most likely not post here anymore, if that person encounters a similar issue with TS4 now. A "silent" majority (or minority ?), if you wish. 

Still you can't say that just because of that, activity will stay low forever. Most of those who played Sims 3 back then will have turned older by now. And we all know how things go: at first it seems you have lots of (free) time for gaming and other fun stuff. Suddenly, with a few changes in real-life, you have less time, and time passes generally. The interest declines. More time passes, and before most people realize it they are actually "out of touch" with things they used to be familiar with. 

There are now lots of questions about these technical basics, and I guess that over time when more stuff is out for Sims 4, activity will look similar as it used to be when TS3 was reaching its peak (around the time of the release of Supernatural, Seasons and until Island Paradise). As TS4 will then attract a younger audience too; so that the cycle repeats itself with a different audience than in the TS3 era.

@Sven, have you asked in your YouTube videos for some preliminary comments about TS4 ? What the viewers think about the game ? But still, while on the one hand it might be a good idea to attract people to videos by posting stuff from "new games", on the other hand it might be a problem if you don't like those new games very much. 

It's sad to say, but Sims 3 indeed seems on the decline. 

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Opheliakc on Thu 28 May 2015, 02:23

@Anarchy wrote:But both CAS and build mode are nerfs...? They are user-friendlier but they are nerfs.

Even if game is total trash, CAS is awesome.

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Anarchy on Fri 29 May 2015, 01:48

@Opheliakc wrote:
@Anarchy wrote:But both CAS and build mode are nerfs...? They are user-friendlier but they are nerfs.

Even if game is total trash, CAS is awesome.

It's the same thing it was in The Sims 3 only with less stuff! Well that sums up The Sims 4 in general.

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by chaching on Sat 08 Aug 2015, 09:51

I wasn't really that excited with Sims 4 after the actual gameplay came out (first ever actual play) for a number of reasons: graphics were a bit degraded, and they removed alot of big features in the game. I couldn't remember how disappointed I was when I watched the video yet I continued watching it. HAHA! So, that made me decide to stick with Sims 3. And then Sims 3 became too buggy, laggy, crashy for me although I have a good computer. It's like telling me that I should go ahead with Sims 4. 

I uninstalled Sims 3 already but I'm keeping all the torrent files I have, just incase I feel nostalgic. I also have to admit that I kinda like Sims 4 now, not only because it's a new game but also for its simplicity. I even noticed that Sims 4's less buggy than Sims 3 that I wouldn't even notice! Smooth gameplay and Sims look cuter in here! 

I am thinking EA made a (if not good) pretty wise decision of removing the major features for awhile instead of making it fully packed, cause Sims 4 would be hella buggy laggy with all of them. I am hoping they will bring it all back soon! Very Happy

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by Topken on Mon 28 Sep 2015, 00:53

The Sims 4 was my first ever Sims game so going from that to Sims 3 is going to be a bit jarring in the building aspect of things. So yeah I really can't answer the question right now because of that.

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by sylvantos on Tue 10 Nov 2015, 02:33

@Sim Architect wrote:How much would it cost for us to make our own project? I would really like to create a decent life simulation game, something like Cities XL + Sims + Minecraft together... Something also a bit like second life as well, with all the socialization...

Should we make a campaign for funds? Should we make an open source game? Imagine how cool that would be! Realistic graphics, REAL social interactions and maybe even an economy to support the servers running...

We could have private neighborhoods, and also public ones. I have so many ideas, and I am sure you have even more!

How can we make it real?
it would be cool, but then to have realistic graphics, you'd need to be running next gen pc , which would significantly hamper people's ability to play it, given that 70% of pc gamers have on average a machine that is more then +3/4 years old, to old to play a gen pc title.  This is why many of the next gen pc titles are falling over and failing, only a small percentage can play these games and it has to be said the vast majority of people can't just go out and buy a top end gaming rig. 
As long as the graphics are not 'over the top too realistic' and the demand on the processor is not to great (i can quite comfortably say most people have at least some sort of dual core or multi core processor, so multi threading would be awesome.

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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by jgf on Thu 12 Nov 2015, 18:29

[quote="sylvantos"]
@Sim Architect wrote:
it would be cool, but then to have realistic graphics, you'd need to be running next gen pc , which would significantly hamper people's ability to play it, given that 70% of pc gamers have on average a machine that is more then +3/4 years old, to old to play a gen pc title.  This is why many of the next gen pc titles are falling over and failing, only a small percentage can play these games and it has to be said the vast majority of people can't just go out and buy a top end gaming rig. 
As long as the graphics are not 'over the top too realistic' and the demand on the processor is not to great (i can quite comfortably say most people have at least some sort of dual core or multi core processor, so multi threading would be awesome.

But to design for current generation PCs is to severely limit sales potential since the game will quickly become dated and have little longevity in the market. You always design for next generation hardware; people with a system capable of running the game now will buy it, others will upgrade or replace their systems in the future and buy the game then (or purchase it now knowing they will eventually have a computer that will run it). Look at Micro$oft's Flight Sim X, on its release few people could run it, even with all graphics options minimized, and have decent frame rates; but it is still in use now, years later, as more people have systems capable of it, and more can run it with increased graphics options. The trick is to have settings options that will allow the game to work acceptably on a variety of systems.


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Re: Will you stay with Sims 3 as your main simulator even after the 4 comes?

Post by James_Lionheart on Tue 17 Nov 2015, 15:36

I am somewhat conflicted about this. Mainly I wanted Sims 3 to be my primary game, but the loading time is too horrendous! Especially when entering CAS and I had to load the clothes. I don't have that many CC, so it is mostly the EP clothing that takes a lot of time.

I think I will use Sims 3 for world building and stuff, and Sims 4 when I want to mess around with CAS.

After all the only good thing I love in Sims 4 is the CAS, and maybe the Build Mode as well. But other than that, it is a dissapointment Sad

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