Games from The Sims franchise are among the most successful releases from the industry. Each part comes with new features, improved stability, fixed bugs and new modes, so it’s no wonder that fans are so anxious to try a new episode as soon as it is released.
Currently, The Sims fans are still waiting for the 5th part of the franchise to be released. Meanwhile, they are happy to discover the new modes introduced in previous parts. Recently, The Sims 4 fans rediscovered their favourite characters thanks to Meaningful Stories.
A new mode makes The Sims 4 characters seem more real than ever
Meaningful Stories is the developers’ way of turning The Sims 4’s digital humans into special characters with more realistic feelings and emotions. This means that players who are getting bored of average Sims representatives can now enjoy intense gaming experiences next to their unique digital friends.
Meaningful Stories is a new mod designed especially for The Sims 4 characters. The main concept behind the developers’ initiative is to recreate happiness, grumpiness and other human states of spirit or mind with the help of emotional inertia.
In this mod, the characters’ behaviour and evolution is influenced by its living conditions and events. A comfortable environment makes your digital human happy and partially immune to certain negative energies.
Besides, the Meaningful Stories mod makes the virtual community more united and supportive than ever. Each time a character goes through a pessimistic phase, friends and family help him/her get back on track. What can be more realistic than that?
The Sims 4 fans who still haven’t seen how the Meaningful Stories mod goes can download it from authorized sources. They have a lot to discover and, since the characters’ behaviour is more natural and unpredictable than ever, gamers should expect a more intense experience every time they step into their favourite virtual world.
Stephen D. James is a Senior Politics Reporter at Debate Report covering provincial and national politics, . Before joining Debate Report, Jeff worked on several provincial campaigns including Jack Layton. Stephen has worked as a freelance journalist in Toronto, having been published by over 20 outlets including CBC, the Center for Media and VICE.com.