Soon, there will be another thing the game doesn't yet have players will campaign for.
The company behind ‘The Sims’ spent a few years making simulations for businesses.
It's an impressive piece of design that teaches young people about real world activism. But its portrayal of sustainability is a little bit fuzzy.
The songs that soundtracked the game's Build Mode introduced millions of unknowing kids to new age jazz. The musicians behind it were just trying to make something that wouldn't interfere with your landscaping.
Project Highrise almost pulls it off.
As a kid, would build SimCity metropolises with the same goal that most children make sandcastles: to destroy them.
'Cities: Skylines' is the deep, complex city-builder game you always wanted.
"Well it was a fun 12 years but, it's time to turn off the lights and put the key under the door.”
"Babies will no longer be born to single parents," and other gems from the three-plus years of updating "The Sims."