When Lindsey Jordan sang "nee boh koof janee-wo zells / yai neeba koof janee-wo zells," I really felt that.
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.
The Sims’ pervasive weirdness, alongside its rampant consumerism, never fails.
First base, second, third, bingo—and games constantly race to the end. But can’t we just stop at a hand-job for once?
Jimmy Stice spent his childhood in the suburbs of Atlanta playing video games like Sim City. Now, he is the founder of Kalu Yala—a village in the heart of the Panamanian rainforest that aims to be the world’s most sustainable place to live.
Look, even I don’t know about this one.
"The update gives players more ways to reflect the world around them, or in their imaginations," said the game's lead producer, Lyndsay Pearson.
Without Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, Grand Theft Auto, and Dave Mirra, my music library would probably be a near empty vessel.