A lot has changed in gaming since the release of The Sims 3 back in 2009. 4 years is a lot of time for development in the gaming industry, and by the time The Sims 4 is released, it will have been 5 years. With each expansion in The Sims 3 series, the user gained one more element of control over their Sim. Whether it was deciding if they were a jock or a geek in University Life, or allowing them to be bitten and evolve into a werewolf in Late Night, the user felt more in control with each expansion in the third instalment of the franchise. The potential for control in The Sims 4 will be unparalleled if the technology available will be taken advantage of. No longer will you have to confine your Sim into a boxed room with no food, water, sanitation or escape to kill them off. This time, you could be the Grim Reaper. Not that guy who always interfered in your game right when you didn't want him to, and never gave you a chance to redeem yourself. YOU would have the power...at the cost of losing fun moments with the Grim Reaper NPC, unfortunately.
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