LGR – The Sims 4 Console Review (Xbox One, PS4)


Greetings and welcome to another LGR Quickie! And in case you’re not familiar with this format it’s pretty similar to my normal review style, except that it’s not at all… it’s just me sort of talking back and forth with the camera and pretending that it’s a person and giving some of my thoughts in a kind of rambling format on a game of choice, and today that happens to be The Sims 4… for the consoles yeah, that’s right! They have brought over The Sims 4 experience to gaming consoles in the form of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 finally, and it arrives at a cost of $49.99 US. for the standard one anyway. There’s also a $60 deluxe party edition. Whatever, man. Yeah, I find those prices interesting because this is a three year old game now and you know you can currently get it on PC (the standard one) for 39 bucks. So this is more expensive. All pricing aside though, this is easily the most impressive technically version of the Sims ever to come out for a console because this time around they are not messing around! They have completely brought the entire experience including the free patches and a lot of the DLC…. And I mean, you know, they’ve got things like the… ghosts and pools, and the new careers, half walls, dishwashers, the world “Newcrest”… I mean: pretty much everything that they’ve added to the game since launch on PC – it’s already here! It’s just The Sims 4. So that’s why in this video in case you’re hoping, for like, me to talk about all the features of the Sims 4, like what you do in the game, don’t bother sticking around because I’ve already talked about that. I’ve got a long video. Considering that’s the case, I’m not going to be going into the nitty gritty details of the gameplay, like what you do in the game. About the only really big notable feature this does not include is the gallery, so you’re not going to be able to save your sims and share them with others through the game. Of course you can share screenshots and video but you can do that with any game on these consoles. And of course mods. Mods are not supported yet, so too bad; sorry, and leave your wicked whims at home. And, yes, that means that you cannot download your existing sims or lots or any kind of save data from the cloud like on The Sims 4 gallery on PC and transfer it over. They’re not compatible whatsoever And speaking of the consoles I do want to specify that I will be playing this on the Xbox One X not because of any kind of fanboy, because I’m not, I collect whatever consoles come out just when they come out. So yeah… I bought the Xbox One X and then I bought this game for it because why not? That came out around the same time And I also got it because I wanted to try out the Xbox One X’s 4k rendering and whatnot with this little deal-io here, that was sent to me by a company for free. This is the… AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable 2 plus which is something that I didn’t have, I don’t have any kind of capture boxes for 4k So I thought, “Great! I’ll kill 2 reviewing birds with one stone,” but it turns out screw me I guess because I didn’t read the fine print. In fact, the little fine print right there that says this is a 4k pass-through device, not a 4k capture device which effectively means This is exactly the same device does any other Avermedia thing I’ve talked about in the past like the Live Gamer Portable, which has an update to. The software is better. That’s nice. It didn’t crash at all; nothing was really wrong…but it only passes through a 4k signal to your display but it actually captures internally or over USB at 1080p. At 60fps, which…and I mean, that’s fine, but so did all my other capture devices, so, whatever man. It works fine. Here’s specs and information about prices and things, if it does what you need to, you know, cool. So anyway, that’s that out of the way, let’s get right back to The Sims 4 because How do I start this? On the one hand, props to Big Squirrel Games for porting over the game from the PC to these consoles and coming up with the most feature complete version we have ever seen on a non-PC environment like this. But then again, we’re also left with the fact that this is the most infuriating cumbersome, clumsy, terrible control scheme! Like you remember back in the day, Nintendo 64 games or PS1 games that were early 3D and they didn’t know how to do anything with analog controllers? Or like when they ported over a strategy game from the PC to a console and it’s just…it doesn’t work because it needs a mouse and keyboard, and they didn’t bother changing the UI or optimizing it. That’s exactly what has happened with The Sims 4 and it is so unfortunate! It’s so bad! I’ve played for hours and hours and I still have not gotten used to the awful way that this controls. And, yes, certain games do support a mouse and keyboard on these systems, but this is not one of them. I plugged mine in; the only thing you can do is use the keyboard for certain functions like typing in the names of sims and lots and stuff like that, and presumably cheat codes, the EA website says that there’s cheat codes available for this version. So that means that yes you are stuck with the ridiculous controller scheme and user interface that’s going on here, and yeah it’s the same UI as the PC version. You know props to them, I guess, for making that happen but they really should not have. They should have changed at least a few things more than they did to make it work because, you know, without a mouse and keyboard, this UI makes no sense, man! It really doesn’t. The whole idea is that you have a button to switch between two different modes: You have one that’s a little mouse cursor that you move with the left analog stick, and then there’s another mode that just moves from function to function on the screen. This is context-sensitive, though; it doesn’t work in every mode or every situation or even every menu within every mode. And sometimes you can switch between the two; sometimes you can’t. And that is infuriating on its own. The other thing that’s really infuriating, though, is that so many of the little buttons… it’s not very easy to click on whatsoever, and that is just because not only are they really small and really cumbersome to look around the little navigation modes for the UI… but it’s just awful in terms of how the left analog stick works. The deadzone, it’s like, it’s like… a pinhead size! It’s the worst dead zone. You barely move it, and you’re going all over the place. What the heck is with that? It’s just going crazy for no reason whatsoever! So you’re left having to move it just the tiniest little bit in order to click on that one little part of the UI… (Angry, unintelligible gibberish) A great example of this is in build mode, man. I built a house that took almost 40 minutes… this is sped up obviously, but you have 40 minutes to build a house! A really basic, single-story… really simple little house for the, you know, normal amount of money that you get starting out. This would have taken five, six minutes max on the PC. There’s no option to change the dead zone on the analog sticks, so you’re stuck with that… just ridiculous acceleration going all over the place at all times. Also, the camera angles can get really, really irksome. You pretty much have like a direct overhead view or a side-on view that’s just like a little too low, at least for the way that I prefer playing. Yeah, you can zoom in and out and stuff with the right analog stick, and that kind of makes it better in some cases. You know half the time. I just ended up playing with no walls whatsoever and… in build mode that’s just not an option if you wanted to put stuff all over the walls! At the same time though, again, this it really is wild to be able to see, like, you know… You boot it up on your console, and then it’s the same game on the PC! You stick them side-by-side – I can’t really tell the difference. There are very few tells letting you know that this is a console version of the game. I really do want to stress that! I’m impressed with the fact that they have finally brought over, like, just, everything from the PC version, stuck in on a console, and it works. It actually works! It’s not, like, ideal obviously, because you can’t friggin’ control it. At the very minimum I would love some kind of option to be able to change that dead zone or plug in a keyboard and mouse. That’s it. That would make this totally passable. And it costs more than the PC and that’s… unfortunate. You know, it’s not a crap game. I like the Sims 4. I don’t love it. Those controls…I’m gonna be referring to them for a long time. If I ever hear anybody talk about some clunky controls and be like, “Well, at least it’s not the Sims 4!” And yeah, you do get more used to the controls… eventually. After several hours, I still found myself struggling a lot… but I was at least getting used to panning by holding down this button, moving that one, and getting used to the dead zone… kind of, but at the same time, sometimes one mouse cursor just all over the place, and I would struggle to even click just a tiny little UI element to make my sim go home from the current lot. I think I’ve covered all the bases for this one that I wanted to really talk about here again. I’m not diving into the actual gameplay because they’ve already talked about that, but yeah Sims 4 on consoles. (Strange noises) It’s fine. You know, so maybe a little more expensive than it needs to be and it’s also really irritating to control. If you got it on PC there’s really, obviously, no reason to get this, but if you’ve never played it at all it’s not the worst way to do so. I just probably wait for a price drop or…. And, again, if you’d like more information on what you actually do in the game, I recommend my full Sims 4 review, which is linked to right here. And there are also other videos going up every Monday and Friday, so stick around if you’d like. And as always, thank you for watching LGR!

100 comments

  • LGR

    Didn't mention it in the review, but I also tried adjusting the controller settings through the Xbox app to do so. It didn't help. The combination of the high stick acceleration and UI that lacks optimization for consoles, it's just a really irksome control scheme to get used to. Like I said in the video you do become more accustomed to it after a couple hours, but there's no reason it should take that long and still remain aggravating even then.

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  • Brock Kelly

    You should do the Sims 2 for the PS2

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  • Laragaming 11

    I’m sorry..but I’ve had the sims on my Xbox since it’s came out and it’s been completely fine..oh and the controls are good as well. Though I do appreciate ur thoughts

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  • Bakery Productions

    Have there been updates/patches since the release of this video? Kinda wondering if the game improved over time.

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  • Ivan Simpson

    Am I the only one who thinks that The Sims 4 is going to eventually have a port on the Nintendo Switch? The system has fantastic third party support, and if some PS4, Xbox One and PC games like DOOM 2016 and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus had good ports on the Switch, then why not port The Sims 4 on there (with slightly downgraded visuals, of course)? Perhaps the controls would be a bit better with the Joy-Con controllers.

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  • Nadia Mcclaskey

    OMG LOOKS SO MUCH BETTER THAN SIMS 3 AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH I NEED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Khalesi.EXE23 666

    I agreed the controls are very hard, however I’ve been using the sims 4 Xbox edition for a few days now and if you keep playing the game it will become more easier

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  • Little Red Vixen

    You get the hang of the controls if you play for about a week and it gets a bit easier

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  • VaLaBanda

    I was about to buy this game but thanks to you I'm not getting it cause of the stupid controls, I wish they make it like the Sims 2 on PS2

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  • pgawlik02

    I am so glad I watched this before I purchased.

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  • Alec The Bunny

    Strange how Sims 4 is able to run on a console. It's like they didn't improved apon Sims 3. Wait a minute.

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  • Carter

    We love a good quickie

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  • Rubberbandman 529

    It does get easier & you get used to it. It's too good of a console game not 2 buy because of that

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  • Hazyl Wytch

    Sims 4 works better on the PS4 due to the big trackpad button on top to switch between modes unlike XBox which only has those tiny buttons to switch.

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  • Justfor Work

    love the games hate the controls!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Sypher God

    Seriously. The way this game plays on console is so terrible.

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  • Grim Reaper

    I managed to buy the game on the Xbox One store for £7 lol, I'm glad I didn't have to pay a full £40 on it because if you play the game without any of the add ons it's really, really boring (not as fun as the Sims 3). Like you said, it makes you want to stay in one lot for longer because of the loading screens. The only thing you can do in the game if you're playing as one sim is stay at home, go to work or visit a public area… if you decide to play as a family or choose to raise a family then it'll keep you distracted for a while… oh yeah and build lots too if you choose to. But that's pretty much it, it isn't as fun without the packs. When I buy the Seasons pack then I'll be interested to play.

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  • hothamandfauri

    I hate the fact that console miss out on Community Creations. That really hurts the replayability of the game. It is still awsome but checking out community creations is half the fun

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  • harrypotterchampion

    This dude is a basic meninist, all lives matter kind of nerd. Beware.

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  • Pet Connect

    I think you get used to the controller scheme after a while…

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  • lity fity

    It’s a glitchy shitty broken game with garbage controls and I found it unplayable. Half of that reason is horrible horrible horrible controls and the other is that it’s a huge pile of fucking glitches. It’s March 22th 2019 and it’s still like this. IT WAS A FUCKING WASTE OF MONEY DONT GET IT!

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  • Andy B

    Is this game worth it on PS4 for $7.99?

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  • SwAyVorTeXz

    So is the party edition include the game? I'm nit trying waste my money

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  • Hailey Babcock

    Is it just me or can I not change the traits on aspirations

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  • Idk what I’m doing

    I purchased the pc game and a ton of expansion packs before I got the console and played it, then my pc game would work so I decided to buy this thinking I could sign in with my origin account and to my surprise I could not. I think it is a bit of a rip off that pc players have to buy the game at the same price if you’ve already bought it

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  • Mr. Hypebeast

    Do you need internet connection to play?

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  • wsaavedr

    Could you do a new review with the mouse and keyboard support?

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  • Adept XR

    Just picked it up for $8 going to try it out on xbox one x

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  • Messiah Pinkney

    5 years old now

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  • anan

    i dunno why i feel surprised you know wickedwhims lol..

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  • Toby Jones

    How hard could it have been to make a decent mouse peripheral?

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  • Ryan McCall

    FYI keyboard and mouse support is now available on Xbox One, it's very well implemented and to adjust the settings of the mouse sensitivity you actually change that in Xbox Settings – Kinect and devices – keyboard and mouse
    🙂

    Happy Simming!

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  • -XxPhantomSNiPSxX -

    My question is, who the f*ck thought " I want to play the Sims on a console." It's a freaking click-to-go-here game…that dosen't translate to Controler friendly. Yes we have things like minecraft on consoles now when it was originally a PC thing, but minecraft doesn't make you use a click of a mouse to move your character, you use the W,S,A,D keys.

    Not to mention, I'm not trying to shade people on what game they like to play, but who up and decides to play the Sims 4 on an Xbox one or Ps4? You don't do sh*t in the Sims, just sit there and look at your Sim and make them go places, and do things…its one of those games you sit back in your computer and play Click here and Click there Click this and *Click that*. All you do is click…so how do you map the controls of a game where everything is done by one simple finger click onto a controller?

    Its easy….*YOU DONT*

    Consoles were made for games like Spider-man, Halo, COD, ect.

    No I'm not Saying you can't play it, I'm just saying, playing a game on a console that was made specifically with PC controls in mind is the worst possible experience you can have playing a game, while others out there are having and experiencing the sleek, catered, and polished controls that accompany this game on where it was ment to be played.

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  • Max1

    If only they made a touchscreen/controller based console port for the switch… switch players might like it more

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  • Khalesi.EXE23 666

    Yes, I agree that the controls aren’t very suitable for the console at FIRST. But basically you need to get use to and get the grips of using a controller. I’ve had the console since it came out and as I continued using it the easier it got, it mainly takes a bit of practice.

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  • Lyla Rose

    I bought it when they had a sale not to long ago. I like it a lot I stream it however I haven’t lately because it’s being very slow. I’m sure it’s because I have a pretty big house and fairly decent sized garden with 8 sims in the house but still 🤷🏼‍♀️

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  • Wolfgalaxy

    "You gotta leave your Wicked Whims at home." I could sense people running away from the video before they were discovered.

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  • Alannah

    I liked how Sims2 for console was handled. You got like, that direct RPG perspective, idk why they didn't just bring that back for this.

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  • Sir Robin of Camelot

    The idea of playing a sim or tycoon game with a controller makes my toes curl.

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  • Kenshan Tolefree

    Its 7.99 now. Might get it

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  • Cheyenne

    I mean its good..We get all the stuff with the same things i like it

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  • Eric Williams

    Nice review and the deadzone is trash as well. But i do like that they ported everything from pc including expansion packs

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  • RockHardGamer

    I’m here because the game is 9.99 USD on PlayStation store…

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  • naruto5569hokage

    I remember when i got it when it dropped on ps4 ooh it was rough now with patches and updates way smoother

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  • シ Hopie Dopie シ

    i’ve never played the sims 4!my family is going to buy and Xbox or a PS4 so thank you so muck for reviewing that!i really appreciate it!

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  • Dayanara Vasquez

    i have a problem with my sims on my ps4 so if anyone could help, it’d be great :))

    i bought a lot of the add on things, like the vampire, parenthood, diner, city living, etc. every time i update my sims 4 game, all the things i bought disappear, so it’s like i never bought them. can anyone help? if you can i would be very grateful.

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  • GamingWithMish TM

    How does your sims on console not lag? On PS4 it lags non stop, it angers me 😭

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  • Tixelpip

    Worth it for 15.99?

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  • Patrick K

    I'm just happy to have a Sims console game that is an exact port of the PC version. No need to worry about lag, PC requirements and all that bullshit. The controls on Xbox aren't that bad actually. They're not the greatest but you get used to it after a while.

    Sims 4 is still trash though.

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  • SonicComplete

    You. Can use mouse and keyboard I think on Xbox one

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  • Cole Zimmerman

    This may be an unpopular opinion but I love The Sims 4 for console. I used to play all the time on my laptop with a mouse but my laptop crashed and I never got a new one because I always used computers at work or school. I love how on my PS4 it doesn't lag as much and I get to play it on the big TV screen, the only issue I have is like what you said with the controls and constantly having to go back to click something else. It takes some getting used to, but I'm glad they made it the same way as PC so console users can enjoy the game the same way.

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  • Hezekiah Duckworthy

    I played the sims 4 on console for so long that I got used to it. Then I played it on a cousin’s laptop it felt very awkward and weird using keypad and mouse. I spend way more money on all the packs combine than on the game itself. I’ve spent only $40 on my copy of sims 4.

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  • mike wellman

    this game is now mouse and keyboard support on xbox one

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  • D. Charelle

    I went from console to pc and I felt so free. I didn’t even care that I had to start all over. I didn’t buy it myself tho it was originally my sisters game so yea lol

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  • Audrey Lee-Strohm

    Will you review the Sims 2 like you did with the Sims 1?

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  • Dillon Abro

    Does anyone know if they have improved the controls since this video was made? The game is on sale currently, and I want to know if it is worth my time. Sounds like it is not if the controls are as bad as he says…

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  • Mister Sukmeoff

    You realize they never ported games for your gamer-consumer's sake right? They did for the money, nothing more.

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  • Zachary Kine

    The mouse cursor either moves way too fast, or way too slow…

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  • Maura N

    I’ve been playing on console for so long I didn’t realize the controls were terrible….

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  • John Bendheim

    Mouse and keyboard works on the game now.

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  • Ben Jackson-Smith

    Sims 2 Pets will always be the best expansion game

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  • kiko Jimenez

    I think it is possible to play with keyboard and mouse now

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  • MrHurtsgood

    I believe Xbox and PS4 now support full mouse and keyboard use.

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  • LilIlia Boone

    You should re review the game a lot of stuff has change for instance I can use a mouse and keyboard to play the game I use a Logitech keyboard with touchpad mouse and it works beautifully I feel like I’m playing PC minus the mods

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  • Battle Beast

    I hear you van use a mouse and keyboard

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  • FlutterGacha :P

    I've only ever had the chance to play the xbox version, so uh…

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  • MegaMan (Black)

    I've only ever played the sims on consoles, so the controls aren't bugging me.

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  • the awesome gamer

    They added mouse and keyboard in a update

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  • E.H. Vlogs

    I Love the Sims games .. and I had the Sims on PC … Loved it until I got the Origin * Origin online is currently not available * Error .
    I had tried Everything suggested on net possible .. still not working , and I can not just buy a new PC . This means I will never get to play the sims again . So I bought the game for my Xbox so I can play .

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  • borjitasstoi

    in summary its the same thing but worst because the controls are not for a console and doesnt since the sims 2 the console games with story mode are gone because there are not story mod and you can walk with your sim like the older games

    yeah definitely sims 3 and 4 are better in PC i dont understand the point for ps4 port when control and everything and vaguely programed for console controls

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  • Amalia Teixeira

    My brother loves this game, but plays it on PS4 and only owns the pets and vampire packs. I feel so bad having all game and expansion packs and some stuff packs on PC and not being able to just share it whith him.

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  • Shinji Ikari

    Console version not worth it. I got it at 40$ and was meh abt it. Then i got the pc version for free and at least i can download cc to have some fun. Wait for the game to go on sale or be released free, don’t ever pay for it.

    Also damn, i guess xbox version wasn’t that bad but ps4 had so many glitches that prevented you from saving or just downright crashing the game that it wasn’t worth it

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  • Stephen Riggs

    I think there was some sort of odd background noise during this video. I kept stopping it and trying to figure out what my cat was scratching.

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  • Childish Seanbino

    $9 now on the ps store ! Lol

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  • GibsonGaming

    Keyboard and mouse works fine on ps4 with sims 4 in 2019 so took them awhile to add it dont know about xbox one x .. i have the console but not the game on it.. got it on ps4 cuz ya lol exclusives 🙂 got on ps4 in the black friday sale for 10$.

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  • juan David

    Gotta leave your wicked whims at home..

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  • Kyle Soler

    My mum found the controls a pain aswell as myself.

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  • Rissa Renee

    I can't believe how much they still charge for the game plus the expansion packs…Ridiculous. Considering the flaws you listed I'm gonna hold off. I don't have a PC right now so I was hoping the Sims 4 would be fun on Xbox One…But it sounds too frustrating.

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  • Traumatized Homeboy

    The mouse thing is pissing me off and I wish I didn’t purchase because it is annoying like what the hell

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  • Traumatized Homeboy

    Starting to get use to it but it’s pretty difficult at first

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  • Maura N

    Sims 4 on console would be better with mods and gallery. Speaking as a console player

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  • Korey Goden

    Fun fact, in 2020 sims is adding gallery to console

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  • Noah Altland

    anybody watching this video in 2020 i would like to let you know in case you didn't the game on xbox one supports keyboard and mouse i don't know it it does on ps4 though.

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  • GoldenKitty Bunda

    Do you know how to save The Sims 4 on PS 4? in the cloud or something else I don't want to lose my progress! can you help me?

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  • AnimEpic

    I have sims 4 on the playstation 4 (well, I only play it on the playstation) and the controls are easy-to-use and predictable, besides the minor high detail functions that take some getting used to, I learned it really fast.

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  • Obama Makeup

    nobody's gonna mention 8:42?

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  • Drew

    I played The Sims 3 for hours, sometimes DAYS at a time, it was such a good game and easy to control. I used to get so invested in my Sims, played through so many generations and made them so successful and rich. When The Sims 4 FINALLY came out I was SO EXCITED, I literally bought an Xbox One just to play because I played The Sims 3 on the Xbox 360. After about an hour of trying to play I got so fucking angry, the controls are HORRIBLE and NOTHING like the previous game, it really annoyed me and I ended up throwing my controller on the floor and never playing The Sims 4 again. That was years ago and I still haven’t played, I’m still playing The Sims 3 on my Xbox 360.

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  • Arthur Jackson

    Can you play Sims 4 online for ps4?

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  • Ivan Simpson

    It's 2020, and there's no word of a Nintendo Switch version of The Sims 4. Why not release it on there in honor of the 20th anniversary of The Sims? I mean, the previous 3 Sims games got released on Nintendo consoles (minus the Wii U), so why neglect the Nintendo users again? Not that I badly want the game to come out on the Switch, but this seems like a missed opportunity. I think the Sims 4 would be nice to play on the Switch, even with the downgraded visual quality and whatnot. It's like EA went along and said "You know what? Screw Nintendo! We're not gonna give THEM a slice of The Sims 4, and those Nintendo fans that want the game might as well buy an Xbox or PlayStation, or a computer that can run it."

    I mean, DOOM 2016 got released on the Switch, with downgraded visuals and 30 FPS of course, but it was the full game, and it played decently. At this rate, there's no excuse for EA to not make a Switch port of The Sims 4.

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  • thesman32

    sounds like they just mapped the mouse controls over to the analogue stick without optimizing it,rage 2 has the same problem it makes the game unplayable.
    also you can't really play sims without a mouse and keyboard that's what it was designed for,my last experience with a sims game on console was sims 2 for gamecube the controls were just awful,never again will i play sims on a console.

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  • Timo Kampwerth

    I'm surprised that Avermedia sent you anything at all. I assumed they had written you off after you thrashed their speaker system so thoroughly

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  • tassaron

    This game has keyboard and mouse support now, and they just added online support for the Gallery. So now the console version of Sims 4 is actually quite good!

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  • the killer sandvich

    the game is in the psplus lineup for february

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  • Brandon Innes

    Sims 4 is going to be free on ps4 ps plus in February. Anyone who hasn't got it yet, get it while it's free (as long as you're a ps plus member). If you've already have it then it doesn't matter.

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  • Nah Nah Nah

    mmmmmm Just waiit for a price dropp or just
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    rlroepepepepepepeeñ ( psplus)

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  • ChrisCa1601

    PS+ Feb. 2020

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  • djChives95

    The controls aren't bad you just suck

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  • Bruce Meyers

    February 2020. Sims 4 with island living bundled on 1 disc..
    29.95 on Amazon.

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  • Jane Doe

    Sims 4 Gallery is now available on the console edition

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  • One Eye Odin

    its free on the ps4 right now 2020

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