When The Sims 3: The Sims 4 came out, it was supposed to be the game to take the franchise to the next level.
The Sims were supposed to make it so you could create your own worlds, and then make them real.
And the game had been a huge success.
Now, however, it looks like it’s all but over.
The team behind The Sims franchise has been fired, and now the Sims have been relegated to a niche.
In a statement posted to the official Sims Twitter account, the team behind the popular games tweeted, “The Sims 3 was our dream, and the Sims 4 was the beginning.
Now we are sad to announce the end of The Sims.”
Sims creator Ken Levine has been involved in The Sims games since the game was first released in 1998, and he took a lot of criticism for the series in the years since.
The series has been called the best-selling game franchise of all time by Kotaku, and The Sims has been featured in the documentary “The Sims” and The Grand Theft Auto series.
The game’s creative team has been in turmoil for some time, and this was their last major departure from the franchise.
But now, they’re back to being a niche game.
I’m sure it’s sad to see the end to the great Sims franchise, but I’m glad that EA and the creative team behind it are going back to the roots of what made the series great in the first place.
This was a game that took a whole generation of players, and they had fun with it.
I hope the creators of the Sims team are proud of what they did, and happy to be a part of the franchise for as long as it will last.