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Comic 72 - The Missing House

Posted on Wednesday, the 4th of December at 12:00 AM, 2013 in 2013

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DanVzare Wed, 4. Dec 12:00 AM, 2013 edit delete
DanVzare
Ah The Sims. Quite a fun game once you get into it. That being said, I could never get into The Sims 3, but The Sims 2 was very fun. I think it had something to do with it being very hard to switch families on The Sims 3. Also, what's the point of all of the console games for The Sims, if you're not going to make them splitscreen? I mean, let's look at The Sims, The Sims Bustin' Out, The Urbs, and The Sims 2. All of these games were console games which had splitscreen. Every one after does not have splitscreen. Without splitscreen, they're basically just downgraded PC Versions with a lot less features (and nothing to make them stand out), thus making them worthless! With splitscreen, at least you HAD a reason to get them for a console. So honestly, why is there no splitscreen, when there's absolutely no point in making these games for a console if you're not going to add splitscreen?!?

Moving on from the console versions needing splitscreen (which reminds me, what's the point of a Need for Speed game without splitscreen... I'll give you a hint, there is no point!). Anyway, let's move onto the subject at hand, the subject about the comic. If you've played The Sims, you will have no doubt moved onto a plot of land with no house, and you will of course have built a house soon afterwards. But what does this look like from the perspective of your Sims? "I know, let's buy this plot of land and watch as our money disappears from our bank and the house magically appears!" You've got to admit, that is some pretty stupid logic. And while your Sims can usually look after themselves once you give them the necessities, they are pretty much useless until you do. Even the Dwarves on Dwarf Fortress are more sensible than Sims!