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  • The Sim 4 For PC

    Since the very original Sims, I have been a fan, owning each release thereafter (excluding many of the expansion packs) so, it was inevitable that I purchase Sims 4.  Very similar to the previous versions, the Sims 4 allows you to simulate everyday life creating your very own destiny.

    Game play begins by creating your very own Sim, or if you Sims-4would rather play a current household that came with the game, you can do so as well. Create A Sim mode brings many new features to designing your character, with editing capabilities on even the smallest details of the human anatomy. Choose your Sims traits, aspirations, and qualities, which will impact game play and the mood of your Sim throughout their life.

    Whether you choose to build a new home or play from the per-existing homes, build mode has improved greatly. There are many different angles, features, and build options that ease the process of making your home just the way you want it. The most convenient feature allows you to add fully decorated rooms in the click of a button.

    The world is basically yours, if you played previous Sims such as Sims 3, you may notice that the towns are smaller, and you no long see your Sim travel. Depending on how you play the Sims, you may find this as a negative or positive. You may select from larger list of careers for adult or even teen Sims in which you will complete career goals to become promoted and increase the income of your home.

    Although there are some small things that have been removed that were in previous games, such as toddlers or pools, game play in the Sims 4 has evolved into a true simulation experience. It may take a few minutes to get used to the changes if you are accustom to the rest, but it is definitely a great game, especially for those of you like myself that are die-hard Sims fans!

     

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    The Last of Us

    The Last of Us

     

    Last generation I owned a PS3 and a Xbox 360, right around the time The Last of Us came out, my PS3 died. I did not bother getting another PS3, because I knew I was upgrading to a PS4. So because of this I never got to play the Last of Us.

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    Pick Up and Play

    EA Sports UFC

    I recently downloaded the new UFC game demo from EA Sports. EA is in a weird situation here, they want to make a game that is a simulation of the sport like their other games. But the problem is, the UFC is a fringe sport and you want to attract as many new players as possible.

    Of course you need to make the game fun and quick to get into, but when you play the demo you quickly realize that is not the case. I am an old school gamer, played tons of wrestling, boxing and fighting games, even played the old UFC games.

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    Batman: Arkham Origins

    Batman Arkham Origins

    The latest Batman game has been released, and does it live up to the hype the other two games before it did? Just about. Before everyone is ready to sail off with the next generation of systems like the Xbox One and the PS4, there are still some gems left on this generation of consoles.

    Batman Arkham Origins is one of those gems, almost. Batman Arkham Origins is a prequel to Batman Arkham Asylum and Batman Arkham City. Both the other games were developed by Rocksteady Studios and Batman Arkham Origins was developed by WB Montreal.

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    “Run Free” in Madden 25

    RG3One of the most popular video game series of all time, John Madden football, dropped its 25th anniversary game a couple months back. The highlighted feature of Madden 25 is its revamped “Run Free” running controls. Hall-of-Fame running back Barry Sanders gives his stamp of approval as the cover guy (for the second time) and in Madden 25 you can move like Barry, with all new precision modifier ball-carrier mechanics. It’s a mouthful to say and a handful to get the hang of, but it just takes a little intuition and some getting used to, like most other features introduced throughout Madden’s decorated history.

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