The Sims is by and far the ultimate video game, and we're about to tell you why...
We all know and love different kinds of video games. If you're a gamer, you're either looking forward to the next Halo or NBA 2K game. Or maybe, you're in love with the old-fashioned Nintendo games, like Super Mario.
However, there is one game that we all know and love. It's a game, where you play the role of a third-person and control humans within a game, making them love each other, hate each other or even kill each other.
This is the Sims. It has been around since the 1990s, and with Sims 4 recently released, we are going to explain why it is one of the best games on the computer.
First off, you get to make people do anything you want. Sims have millions of aspirations, from wanting to be a scholar, a slacker or even a grilled-cheese enthusiast. You can do whatever you want, and be whatever you want in the game, and lead a life without having to even get off the couch. Sweet gig, right?
You can legitimately do anything in the game. Go grocery shopping, fire your maid or buy a new car. There's no limits to what you can do, and you can have millions of dollars (simoleons) to throw around on whatever you want.
Unlike other video games, the player is able to freely roam without any limits. Your Sim can get a drink, cook a TV dinner, sit on the couch or even die if you want it to. In other games, they focus on an end objective, but with the Sims, it's all free-roam, and though there are aspirations and goals to keep your Sim happy, you don't need to rush to get to it. There is no "Game Over."
Lastly, it's a traditional game that almost every gamer knows, and no one can look down on it. The graphics get better with each edition that ones out, and no matter what game you have, whether it's the poorly-designed "Sims Bustin' Out" or "The Sims 2 Deluxe," they provide some kind of fun that you can't find in other games.
This is why the Sims is the ultimate sandbox game.