Sunday, April 5, 2015

Review The Sims 3 dan The Sims 4 Let's Play

Oke, kita review perbedaan the sims 3 dan the sims 4 dulu ya. Untuk perbedaan aku copas dari http://www.makeuseof.com/.

A new game calls for new features, and The Sims 4 has quite a handful.

The game’s Create-A-Sim tool is what let’s you make custom characters that look like your family, friends, celebrities, or even just characters from your imagination. In The Sims 4, the experience is going to be more tactile and intuitive than ever before. Rather than tweaking sliders to shape characters, you’ll manipulate their features by clicking right on their frames and faces, dragging their bellies to make them wider or thinner, or tugging them up or down to make them taller or shorter. Even fine features like eye angles, cheek bones, and lip shapes are all edited this way.
Personalities are different, too. The Sims 3’s five character traits have been reduced to four here (one of which is supplied by your sim’s aspiration), but the pool of traits paints in broader brushstrokes. Gone are highly specific traits that were rarely picked, in favor of traits that affect more aspects of life and gameplay. Once you’ve picked traits for your Sim, make sure you select an animation style, from a confident swagger to a primitive hunch, to match their identity

Cross Neighborhood Travel

It isn’t that you couldn’t travel to other neighborhoods in The Sims 3, but it was a clumsy proposition that involved freezing time for everyone in the main neighborhood while one group left for a new adventure. In The Sims 4, you’ll have a much easier time of it. Not only are other neighborhoods and future special worlds (like the University and World Adventures areas from The Sims 3) just a short loading screen away, but you’ll be able to make regular trips without compromising a common sense timeline. Your sim can easily commute to a big city for work by day, but comes home to the suburbs at night

Emotion Driven Gameplay

 The game also promises to make your sims’ emotional states a bigger part of gameplay, and that you’ll be able to understand their moods just by looking at their faces. This looks like it will have major implications on social interactions, as a sim who’s down in the dumps will need some cheering up before they can hope to succeed at more cheerful or ambitious endeavors. Emotions will also couple up with characters’ ambitions to determine when sims get bonuses. Mean sims will enjoy perks when they tease or fight, while creative types can produce better art if you can make them feel inspired. If pulled off correctly, it could add some much needed depth to social interaction. Hopefully, wooing another sim won’t be as simple as spamming a progression of romance interactions until you make them love you.

Flexible Building Tools

 Are you an armchair architect? You’ll love The Sims 4’s pre-fabricated rooms (A feature that came to The Sims 3 late in its life) and more forgiving building rules. If you placed a house in the wrong spot on your lot, you’ll be able to pick the entire structure up and scoot it over. New wall heights should make vaulted ceilings easier without work arounds. You’ll be able to snap full rooms free of the main structure to rearrange your house’s layout, too. No more dragging one object at a time when you decide you want the bathroom and bedroom to swap positions.

A Brand New Engine

There’s no getting around the fact that once you add a few expansions to The Sims 3, it becomes the patchwork Frankenstein’s monster of video games. Neighborhoods get glitchy when they interact with content they weren’t future proofed to handle, and crashes become frustratingly regular. Some mods for the game alleviate the worst of the problems, but those too can have unexpected results if you run too many of them at once.
That’s why a new game engine is a good thing. The game’s developers have had 5 years to think about what they might do differently, and once the game makes it through its first months of patching, players will likely see a more stable and smoothly expandable game as a result. At the very least, it’s a clean slate, and a fresh chance to make things the right way the first time.


What’s Missing?

Of course, certain things players are used to were bound to be cut.

Create-A-Style

This is perhaps the single most offensive cut. The Create-A-Style tool allowed players to drag choices from a library of patterns onto furniture and clothing, and then recolor those patterns to their liking. It allowed for huge flexibility right inside the game, as players built houses and dressed sims. Want a zebra striped couch? Pick the couch model of your choice and drag it on. Then make it offensively garish by subbing hot pink and sky blue in for the black and white. This simple, powerful tool let meticulous players craft exactly the looks they envisioned, and it’s sad to see it go. It’ll be interesting to see if EA sells reskins of existing furniture as microtransactions, but there’s no word on that yet.

Toddlers & Pools

The sole reason these are listed together is that their cuts were announced in the same blog post. In The Sims 4, babies will age directly into children, skipping the developmental stage that comes before schooling. You won’t see anyone swimming when the game launches either, which is strange for a game made famous to some for its ability to drown characters by just removing a ladder from the wall of a pool.
In a followup blog post, the developers state that these were calculated decisions to prioritize work on more interesting content, but the recently announced cuts have proven to be a sore spot with The Sims’ fan community. No word yet on whether we’ll get these features later as part of patches or DLC.

All Your DLC

 

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Five years is a long time to sustain a game with expansion content. The Sims 3 saw 11 full expansions, 9 stuff packs of themed furniture and clothing, 10 standalone neighborhoods, and thousands of microtransaction objects for you to buy a dollar at a time. Not one piece of that content is forward compatible with the new game. On one hand, it’s unreasonable to expect a new game to have content parity with one that’s had five years of updates. On the other, it’s hard to imagine playing The Sims 3 without rambunctious pets, the slow turn of the seasons, the coming-of-age adventure of college, and the rich diversity of content that makes The Sims 3 seem less like a game and more like a world. No doubt, most of those features will make it to The Sims 4 someday…
…one piece at a time, for $40 each

Terjemahannya artiin sendiri ya :P

oke, ini dia kelebihan dan kekurangan masing2nya ^_^

1. Kelebihan
The Sims 3 :
- Lebih fleksibel to do somethingnya.
- Lebih gampang dan gak buffering kalo kita mau travel, atau mau ke rumah tetangga.
- Lebih gampang untuk fulfill promisenya dan lebih banyak promisesnya!
- Lebih mudah untuk membeli barang yang dibayar pake lifetime reward. Serius
- Traits bisa diubah dengan cheat.
- Kita bisa melihat needsnya bayi.

The Sims 4 :
- Kita mudah untuk mengetahui mood dari sims kita


2. Kekurangan :
The sims 3 :
- sering tiba2 dunia berhenyi berputar gitu, hahaha. Maksudnya misalnya ada 2 orang mau ke satu tempat, trus papasan, terus disitu jalannya sempit. Jadi mereka gaada yang mau maju duluan atau minggir duluan supaya ngalah dan bisa biarin sims lain lewat. Ngerti ra maksud koe?
- usianya cepet banget, mungkin cuma 10-20 hari per jenjang (kayak teens, young adult, dst)

The sims 4 :
- gak ada jenjang usia toddler, padahal aku paling seneng kalo lagi punya anak usia segitu hehehe.
- usia kehamilannya lama bangeeet.
- kalo sebagian household keluar rumah dan sebagiannya lagi di rumah. Kita susah gitu mau kontrol, gak bisa langsung klik household yang di rumah bisa langsung ngontrol. Tapi mesti buffering dulu, atau ada pilihan : take care self, builf skill... , dll. Jadi intinya gak efektif aja sih kayaknya.
- gak bisa jalan2 lagi ke toko buku, terus belanja di supermarket, dll. Jadi kurang seru
- gak bisa punya kendaraan dan swimming pool, ya ini gak penting2 amat sih.

Over all, aku ngerasa the sims 4 itu gak terlalu lebih bagus dibanding the sims 3, soal kenyamanan dan efektifitas the sims 3 masih juara deh kayaknya.

Oke deh, mungkin sekian dulu reviewnya mengenai the sims 3 vs the sims 4 let's play. Aku masih dalam usaha pencarian the sims 3 university life tapi gak dapet2 di Batam hiks hiks... mohon maaf atas kurang lebihnya, terimakasih atas segala perhatian. Bagi yang mau sharing atau tanya2 silahkan komen di bawah!

7 comments:

  1. Untung belom download. Haha...
    Kaaak.. minta link expansion pack the sims3 nya doong... yg gratiss.. hehe..
    saya cuman nemu yang season.
    Plis plis pliiss..
    Makasih ya kakak maniis...

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  2. itu review tahun berapa,sim 3 udah berhenti updatetannya,dan the sims 4 jelas lebih unggul karena udah lebih banyak peningkatan ketimbang the sims 3 dan juga grafiknya jauh banget ,the sims 4 lebih unggul,tapi aku saranin untuk jangan download,(kalau punya wifi dan kesabaran sih oke-oke aja,soalnya lama banget kira-kira 18 gb kalau full semua update + stuff + expansion pack ),lebih baik beli aja langsung instalasinya lebih gampang

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    1. gimana biar instaal the sims 4 tanpa activision key? aku download activision key ga bisa,gajelas dia

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  3. Hehe... pengen nyobain the sims 3 sampek puas dulu.. the sims 4 gampang.. :v .

    tapi.. tolong.. bagi info donlod assesoris the sims 3.. hehe.. pliiis

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  4. Mau link expansion pack the sims 3 dong ya, klo bisa yg gratis:')
    Tolong bngt ya kak
    Makasih bnyk

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    1. http://codexpcgames.com/702/the-sims-3-complete-expansion-pack-list/

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  5. aku mau nanya,cmn biar langsung dapet code buat the sims 4?

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