If you’re a Sims fan, you may or may not know that The Sims 4 was set to be released early this year but has now has been delayed until the third or fourth quarter in 2014. The news may have disappointed some fans, but in all honesty, I think it’s a good thing.
The Sims is a fun series, no doubt about it. You get to create and customise houses, create families and pretty much control their lives—your Sim’s fate lies in your hand…literally. As a fan of the franchise, my love for the series remained strong, but unfortunately, that love turned into a love-hate relationship when it came to The Sims 3.
Time is the essence of everything: our lives, our future. What we do with it is our choice, and the choices we do make will affect someone or something in some way. There is a consequence to everything, whether good or bad, and it’s up to you to choose wisely. The Novelist, by Orthogonal Games, is a fine example of this. Not only is it enjoyable, it’s interesting, deep and creative.
Every character’s fate and their outcome in life is on you, but the most important question you must ask yourself is “whose needs are more important?” The choice is yours.
Filled with more action, a couple of twists, turns and tough decisions, The Wolf Among Us: A Crooked Mile definitely stepped up from the previous episode, Smoke and Mirrors. It’s big, mean and bad, and your wise or irrational choices will be tested.