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So, it`s official. I`ll be going to start a Sims2 legacy and BY THE FSM I`LL FINISH THIS ONE!! It`s going to be commentary all the way, as well... I think. I´ll be following the official legacy rules plus some handicaps because I always have more fun that way as it helps me find the family`s unique "feel".

Anyway, do people still read Sims2 legacies at all? Sims3 legacies all look a bit bland to me - maybe it`s the lack of actual gameplay which has been so reduced for puddings. It`s a great game for building and decorating (hence all the mostly house and object creators who have gone over to the pudding side), not so much for actual simulation unless you aren't familiar with *real* RPGs.


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Feb. 13th, 2010 02:43 pm (UTC)

I like commentary legacies. I mean, I like the story ones too, but if I ever do one again, it'll be commentary all. the. way. You can always tell someone who is simply just having good old fashioned FUN with their game by the commentary, and I love that. Plus playing with free will on and just playing (vs. setting up screenshots) is what gives you all those rarely-seen cute interactions and stuff... which makes it even more fun!!

Yeah, I'm not big on the puddings either. :( Which is sad, because I did so look forward to TS3 when it came out. I gave it a chance... I even went ahead and bought World Adventures... but darn it, I just can't get into it. I find myself wishing my "real" sims could do those things, lol!
Feb. 13th, 2010 08:20 pm (UTC)
I still love to read TS2 legacies, and enjoy commentary style stuff. I like story-style ones as well, but commentary shows the personality of the player a little more, I think. ^_^

Either way, I'll be looking forward to your new legacy. ^_^
Feb. 14th, 2010 01:29 pm (UTC)
I still read TS2 legacies. Actually, I rarely...ok, never, read TS3 legacies. They're always lacking in the story department, and the Sims all look the same! I tried, I really tried to like TS3...but I just can't love the pudding people.
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