No Toddlers or Pools in The Sims 4

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  1. Courtney says:

    As someone who purchased numerous expansions for Sims 1 and 2, I did not buy any for Sims 3 and probably wont for Sims 4. Why? Because the expense was ridiculous. And for a $60+ game, I expect at the very least for the base game to include the basics… which should include pools.

  2. Taylor says:

    So, how do our sims learn to walk or talk or use the potty?

  3. Twodudes says:

    This is a just another plot by Origin, to push crappy expansion and stuff packs down our throats. which most won’t buy regardless. pools and toddlers has exist since Sims one. Why else will they leave it out.

    • U. DunnoMe says:

      Maybe because they’re rushing it so that impatient, picky people like you can stop screaming down their throats.

      • Badwolf says:

        I’m so sick of people complaining about no toddlers or pools. Do you all not pay attention? U. DunnoMe is right, with all the expectations people are putting on The Sims creators you should just appreciate they made ANYTHING for you. If they’re making it easier to run on crappier computers I’m sure they only have a limited amount of room to put shit in the game, so naturally not everything is going to fit. Toddlers and Pools were one of the sacrifices for all the updated building possibility’s and personality upgrades. You people are so ungrateful. Toddlers and Pools may have existed in the Sims forever, but now we have something new and something else needs to go for now. They have obviously hinted at adding them in the expansions, which is fine to me! Atleast you’re going to get it! So everyone needs to stop complaining and just be happy you’re getting anything at all.

        • Jess says:

          We should be glad we get anything at all, we should be grateful? You make it sound like they’re giving the game away for free. This game is over $60, and we should just give them money and be grateful that they want it? That’s hilarious! Of course they want to make money, and if their product is good, people will pay for it. The consumer shouldn’t be grateful to the producer. It should be the other way around, without the consumer, they have no job. I don’t disagree with you on the other stuff about toddlers and pools, but the rest of what you say is very, very confusing. It’s not a public service to sell a game, and people should be grateful they get anything. That’s just crazy.

        • Jess says:

          It’s like saying that we should just be grateful that a certain celebrity makes movies, whether or not they’re good.

          Why do people keep complaining that so-and-so made a bad movie? We should just be grateful he even takes the time out of his life to make bad movies that we are privileged enough to pay money and see.

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