- Gebundene Ausgabe: 272 Seiten
- Verlag: Prima Games; Auflage: Collector's ed. (9. September 2014)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0804162204
- ISBN-13: 978-0804162203
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21,1 x 1,8 x 28,3 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 493.124 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
The Sims 4 PRIMA Official Game Guide: Collector's Edition (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 9. September 2014
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However, it has character, is well written, decently presented, and I prefer to have it -- but don't pay more than 20 USD for it, preferably not over 10. 35 MSRP is just. . .not worth it.
To get into a little more detail:
It's not that it has any wrong information or anything, it's that this game has (essentially) no information to have outside the menus themselves. Item lists? Everything you need to know is in buy mode. Building? Ditto. Career paths? Yeap. Aspirations? You guessed it.
This guide has an entire chapter listing every item in the game, even with a table covering all emotions and so forth. . . which is useless, most items have few if any, and they tell you in the buy mode. As for typos and possible wrong information in those tables? I didn't notice anything wrong while reading through it, but those tables are in-of-themselves useless (excluding the collectibles...kind-of...) given that all the information is much more readily accessed in the game itself. I rather admire the work put in to making it good, it just, isn't useful.
The thing to focus on here is that this 'guide' has little to none of that -- by far the most interesting bit of it is the (large chunk) time spent talking about the author's own Sims' first few days. It's a hand-holding little tour-guide taking someone with no knowledge of the sims at all into the world of them, and the vague possibilities can be shown by example. The personal(ish) writing style makes it interesting, but I cannot recommend buying a guide because I, in essence, like to hear the author 'talk'.
Of course. . . it IS the Sims. I think the curiosity of just wtf a Sims guide would even be like played a pivotal role in my buying it, with the rest being purely for collection purposes. From THAT aspect, I got what I wanted, but unless that is exactly what you want, I still cannot recommend this.
Oh, and a little venting? Said it was coming out on 9-2 (with game) until about a week out, (changed to 9-9) and then more, it didn't arrive on release day even so, but two days after (9-11). Did 9 days kill me? No, if they would have I'd have just cancelled the pre-order. But when everything you have says "Guaranteed Delivery 9-2" and then nothing comes of them horribly failing to deliver on that .. .the hell is the point of the word guarantee then? I've always found that, should they fall short of predicted parameters in the first place, Amazon is abysmal at 'making things right' -- and I have, for the most part, made peace with that. But this still irks me.
The book covers how to learn and improve skill levels, how to improve your career performance, how to meet people and move your Sims into a home. There are sections for each of the base game worlds, touching on all of the households and the prices of the lots. This book definitely came in handy when I was trying to improve on my Culinary career. I recommend this to everyone who has recently gotten into The Sims 4, it's definitely worth the price. I just wish more hints were included and possibly cheats, because most of what's in here will be immediately obvious upon the person playing The Sims 4 for the very first time. It just doesn't do much for the die hard fan, there are pages of the buy/build mode catalogs with their prices and information, I don't know it just seemed so pointless to me.
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