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The 10 best life simulation console games

2021-10-14T15:10:20.313Z

While video games regularly give us incredible, action-packed adventures, they can also provide us with moments



Live another life on your PC, or via one of its consoles, this is what life simulations offer you. Not necessarily seeking realism at all costs, these titles have above all the virtues of disorienting you through a daily life that is not yours. And if you have desires elsewhere, our selection will delight you because it offers quite varied destinations. For a zen and bucolic trip, we recommend, for example, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Stardew Valley, Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town or even Harvest Moon: A world to cultivate. More quirky (but equally profound) experiences are also on the program with Cozy Grove, Fallout Shelter and My Time at Portia. And to rub shoulders with slightly more realistic universes, The Sims 4 and Farmer's Dynasty n 'expect more than you. In short, whether you are a console or a PC, the choice is vast.

Our selection : 

  • Animal Crossing: New Horizons  

  • Fallout Shelter

  • My Time at Portia

  • Cozy Grove

  • The sims 4

  • Stardew Valley

  • Graveyard keeper

  • Farmer's Dynasty

  • Harvest Moon: A World to Cultivate

  • Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town

  • What is the principle of a life simulation game?

    While it is not necessarily easy to navigate the large family of simulation games, those that fall into the category of life simulations all have one thing in common: they allow you to embody one or more avatars and get them to communicate with other characters. Whether in a realistic, futuristic or cartoonish environment, most of the time you have to harvest resources, manage an installation or any other structure, not to mention indulge in different activities to relax a little. These are only outlines here and we logically find games which greatly enrich the formula or which turn away from it in order to stand out from the crowd. Unlike an outright management game (like a SimCity or Civilization),we therefore find ourselves on a human scale and instead of focusing on the inhabitants of a city or on an army, the life simulation game frequently focuses on a destiny or a career. This genre allows you to lead an existence by proxy with a hero (or a heroine) who will have to do the best with his daily obligations. Forging links with inhabitants or any other figure living in the surroundings is also essential to progress. And as said above, it is quite possible to take care of several characters simultaneously, either at the start of the game (depending on the concept) or as you progress (when you start a family, for example).This genre allows you to lead an existence by proxy with a hero (or a heroine) who will have to do the best with his daily obligations. Forging links with inhabitants or any other figure living in the surroundings is also essential to progress. And as said above, it is quite possible to take care of several characters simultaneously, either at the start of the game (depending on the concept) or as you progress (when you start a family, for example).This genre allows you to lead an existence by proxy with a hero (or a heroine) who will have to do the best with his daily obligations. Forging links with inhabitants or any other figure living in the surroundings is also essential to progress. And as said above, it is quite possible to take care of several characters simultaneously, either at the start of the game (depending on the concept) or as you progress (when you start a family, for example).either at the start of the game (depending on the concept) or as you progress (when starting a family, for example).either at the start of the game (depending on the concept) or as you progress (when starting a family, for example).

    On which machines are there the most life simulation games?

    Life simulation games have the advantage of being available on a large number of media, including mobiles and tablets. Usually the most interesting and deep ones are found on PCs and consoles. It is true that with the release of the first part of The Sims on microcomputers in 2000, the genre has often been associated with the PC, but with console adaptations and the wide variety of themes addressed, most machines are ultimately well off. This is all the more true since the PS4 / Xbox One generation with more conversions of PC hits and a good offer from the studios which mainly work on consoles. In absolute terms, it is advisable to have a computer and a console to make the most of all the wealth that life simulations offer us.But if your budget does not allow it, there is already plenty to do, whatever your machine of choice.

    Source: leparis

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