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Ever wanted to invite Barack Obama bartend at your house party? Face off against luchadores in a chess game? Maybe go stargazing with Fidel Castro? If you answered yes to any of these questions…then you’ve probably already done all of that in The Sims before, but The Sims 4 has a pretty good twist on EA’s formula. Now you can adjust your Sims’ personalities to your heart’s content, making it much easier to replicate those real-life counterparts, and get your hands on cool mods the easy way by downloading them from within the game itself.

The Sims 4 allows for a level of customizability that even this series hasn’t yet seen. You can adjust your Sims’ physical features as always, with even more options and tactile manipulation to adjust your Sims down to arm thickness and eyebrow arch. What The Sims 4 really brings to the table though is personality, allowing you to customize your Sims’ swagger, values and ultimate life goals, combined together to make your Simdom more organic and alive than ever before. This also brings in your Sims’ emotions into play, allowing them to improve certain skills faster depending on what mood they’re in, giving the whole affair a lite strategic feel too.

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