#1: It is NightCrawler 15.
#2: Absolutely ;)

#1: It is NightCrawler 15.

#2: Absolutely ;)

For anyone having problems with their HomeCrafter after installed the Ultimate Collection.  The lovely Kim made a fix.
——->HERE<———

For anyone having problems with their HomeCrafter after installed the Ultimate Collection.  The lovely Kim made a fix.

——->HERE<———

Aw thanks much friend :)  
Glad I was able to get the ultimate collection to work on my computer in a timely manner ;)  I thought I might be out for a couple of weeks just redoing stuff, but no, downloads in, neighborhoods in, and everything seems to be running smoothly.

Aw thanks much friend :)  

Glad I was able to get the ultimate collection to work on my computer in a timely manner ;)  I thought I might be out for a couple of weeks just redoing stuff, but no, downloads in, neighborhoods in, and everything seems to be running smoothly.

Game is pretty much back up XD

Game is pretty much back up XD

I&#8217;m not understanding what your saying.  I shouldn&#8217;t buy a game that I&#8217;m interested in because some other people are upset about things changed in the game that don&#8217;t bother me?  
The Sims is a special game series to a lot of people.  It&#8217;s kind of like reading a book series.  The first two books were spectacular, the third one&#8230;not that great except to certain people.  So there&#8217;s a fourth installation coming out, some people may not give it a chance because of the failures in the third one, but there are people hanging on to hope that this new one will be better.  
There&#8217;s some bad reviews out there and some main characters are missing, others have complete personality changes, but the story line is still going on.  Do you buy it and read it and judge for yourself? 
You can&#8217;t tell if a shoe will fit by staring at it.  You&#8217;ve got to try it on.  And I have done that.  I loved Sims 2 and bought Sims 3.  I worked with the game until I couldn&#8217;t take it anymore.  It wasn&#8217;t the game for me so I went back to Sims 2.  
And I might do that when I play Sims 4.  It may not work out for me, but I&#8217;ll never know until I play it.

I’m not understanding what your saying.  I shouldn’t buy a game that I’m interested in because some other people are upset about things changed in the game that don’t bother me?  

The Sims is a special game series to a lot of people.  It’s kind of like reading a book series.  The first two books were spectacular, the third one…not that great except to certain people.  So there’s a fourth installation coming out, some people may not give it a chance because of the failures in the third one, but there are people hanging on to hope that this new one will be better.  

There’s some bad reviews out there and some main characters are missing, others have complete personality changes, but the story line is still going on.  Do you buy it and read it and judge for yourself? 

You can’t tell if a shoe will fit by staring at it.  You’ve got to try it on.  And I have done that.  I loved Sims 2 and bought Sims 3.  I worked with the game until I couldn’t take it anymore.  It wasn’t the game for me so I went back to Sims 2.  

And I might do that when I play Sims 4.  It may not work out for me, but I’ll never know until I play it.

Fourth generation in? I think they know we&#8217;ll buy it regardless.  Decorators are going to want to use the new tools, sim makers are going to have fun playing in CAS.  Storytellers are going to tell stories. Legacy makers are going to have families.  That&#8217;s the game.  We all know what it is, so selling points?  They really don&#8217;t need any.

Fourth generation in? I think they know we’ll buy it regardless.  Decorators are going to want to use the new tools, sim makers are going to have fun playing in CAS.  Storytellers are going to tell stories. Legacy makers are going to have families.  That’s the game.  We all know what it is, so selling points?  They really don’t need any.