First Impressions: The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter

This show is gross, sure, but, even worse, it’s boring as hell.

Can You Tell I Am Not This Show’s Target Audience

So, when the Sims 4 was released it came with the new emotions system. There are nine emotions, influenced by your Sims’ moodlets, that build on top of a base-level state of just being “Fine.” Moodlets in the Sims 4 can be created by the environment, or what activities they’ve gotten up to, or just how high or low their needs are.

This is Declan. Say hello, Declan.

There’s a lot to say about the emotions system in the Sims 4, but one thing that most people, myself included, agreed on fairly quickly was how annoying the moodlet you got for low fun was. You might expect, as someone who has experienced a low Fun need yourself, that your sims would be inflicted with a Bored moodlet as it got lower. In fact, there are mods for the PC version that change the low fun moodlet to be a Bored moodlet, since you can do more when you’re Bored in the Sims 4 than when you’re afflicted with the vanilla game’s buff, which is Tense.

Bob’s wife is about to have triplets, which means low Fun is soon to be the least of his worries.

After watching The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter’, I now understand where the reasoning behind the vanilla tense moodlet comes from.

The Untamed also causes a Tense moodlet, but it has nothing to do with boredom.

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