Good news for Sims addicts -- publisher Electronic Arts has given eager fans a few details concerning the fourth full installment of the popular people-manager.
EA called the game a "bold step forward" as it demonstrated a few new creative tools at a Gamescom press event in Germany. It's now "easier and faster" to build houses, for example, with new features including a tool to place pre-decorated rooms, and arrows you can drag to resize individual sections of your Sim-house.
You'll get new design tools when it comes to creating your Sims, too. You can now sculpt Sim-features as if by hand, smoothing noses and cheekbones as if they're made from plasticine, instead of simply cycling through a handful of pre-set facial features. As if that's not enough to get your pulse racing, you can also give individual Sims specific walking styles.… Read more