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LGR – The Sims 4 Tiny Living Stuff Review

January 25, 2020

[jazzed-out jazz music] Finally, a stuff pack that’s precisely what
I always wanted! The Sims 4 Tiny Living Stuff, where your sims
are shrunk down to a fraction of the size due to a mishap involving a baseball and a
broken window, and then — what? -It’s about tiny homes.
-Aw man really? I guess that makes more sense, sigh. All right so yeah, the pack’s called Tiny
Living Stuff, but instead of awesome shrunken adventures, it’s all about living in a relatively
undersized home. It costs $10 and is the sixteenth Sims 4 stuff
pack to date good grief what the balls. And I gotta say, even though I’d be way
more into a pack about miniaturized sims, I was still intrigued by Tiny Living here. Because yeah man, I’ve been rather tiny-curious
for years now, immediately sucked into all the YouTube channels and reality shows focusing
on the Tiny House Movement. And the whole idea is to make the most out
of a small space, rejecting the concept of buying a multi-thousand square foot home. I myself live in a house that’s about 800
square feet or 74 square meters, and while objectively not “tiny,” it’s certainly
a lot smaller than I could’ve chosen and that was very much on purpose. I’ve enjoyed the challenge of trying to
make the most of the space I have without piling a million things on top of each other,
so the chance to do so virtually in the The Sims 4 is absolutely my cup of nitro cold brewed
coffee. The first thing you’re greeted with on installing Tiny Living Stuff is a message about living in a tiny house and stuff. A pre-made tiny home has been provided to
plop down anywhere you like, acting as an example of what exactly constitutes a tiny
home in The Sims 4 universe. In case you’re unaware, a real life tiny
house is generally considered to be one under 37 square meters or 400 square feet. This example home in The Sims 4 is composed
of 32 tiles, and if we assume each tile is a square meter, then we’ve got 32 square
meters or 350 square feet, a bit below that of a tiny house IRL. However, Tiny Living Stuff lays out three
different tiers of tiny house, each with its own perks and requirements. The smallest being the Tier 1 “Micro Home”
at up to 32 tiles in size, Tier 2 is a “Tiny Home” at up to 64 tiles, and Tier 3 is a
“Small Home” at up to 100 tiles. The most fascinating aspect of these tiered
home sizes is that when you meet the requirements on a lot designed as a Residential Tiny Home, you’re provided a number of generous rewards for living there. Things separate from lot traits, like faster
learning, greater comfort, happier sims, healthier plants, and better relationships. So the less you do with doing more, the more
you’re rewarded for doing more with less! Er, by that I mean that, as of now, there’s
incentives to go small and a kind of odd punishment for having a huge house. Makes me wonder if they’ll balance it out
with a mansion-focused pack in the future. Heck they could even call it The Sims 4 Livin’
Large, I’d be down with that. Anyway yeah, this is a stuff pack packed with
stuff so let’s unpack it and stuff! First is an allotment of hair, accessories,
and clothing for pretty much everyone this time around, including the younginz. Fitting right in with the overall “hygge”
theme of living in a warm little cozy home, there’s a bunch of warm, cozy attire. Regardless of how much I want some of those
sweaters for real though, that’s just the garb and garment goods. Let’s get onto the main event, kicking off
with an assortment of single-tile desks and tables, suitable for all manner of desking
and tabling. Followed by a few decorative yet functional
items, including a lamp, readable books, and lighttable candles in a cluttered tray. Three chesty wardrobe shelving type things
for holding various objects and clothing. A patterned rug for plopping down in the middle
of the backyard or wherever. A pretty standard toilet and a sink that handily
works off-the-grid. Two TVs, one standing and one that attaches
to a wall, each pulling quadruple duty by also acting as a display shelf, a bookcase,
and a stereo. Various other wall-mountable items are here
too, including a mirror, a door, two shelves of random thingies, four potted plants strung
together, and a plant-inspired piece of artwork. Three sets of hanging light bulbs, each with
their own varying degrees of droopiness. An ottoman, that isn’t an ottoman I guess,
since it’s a pouffe? Whatever it is cats love it. There’s also a standard bed and a standard
loveseat. As well as this lamp that should provide storage
space according to its description, yet it’s totally unusable as such. It’s just a lamp. Seriously, why tout its supposed dual purpose as a shelf and then make it so you can’t set anything on it? At least it makes for decent kindling, so
I guess it does serve a second purpose after all. And finally, you also get three new chairs,
although two of them are slightly confusing at first. This dining chair doesn’t actually function
with the new dining table. For that you have to use these high chairs,
and once I realized that it was pretty awesome, letting me really cram in a buncha seating
in a super small space. Finally, the headlining new items of the Tiny
Living pack are Murphy Beds, with and without a built-in loveseat. And at first this seems pretty useful, since
you can fold them away when not in use and those wardrobe shelving units attach to the
sides for a clean-looking modular design. But really, Murphy Beds are… confusing. While I applaud the addition of new sleepytime
snuggle zones, the usage of them in this pack doesn’t make much practical sense. For one, they require the exact same 3×2 tile
floor space as a normal bed. You get a loveseat on one of them, sure, but
it still leaves tiles of unusable space underneath. And since sims can’t get into bed from the
front, only the sides, you need another set of tiles off to the left and right at least
half a tile wide. The worst part though is this stupid animation
that plays out far too often, where sims try to pull down the bed then fail in spectacular
fashion. It’d be fine if it happened one out of every
20 times or something, but nope, sims fail like every 3 or 4 times you open the dumb
thing. [bed fails, sim gets owned] Making this worse is the fact that this far-too-frequent animation comes with an unusually high risk of killing your sims! bed fails, sim dies] Now, okay, I’m all for new ways to take out bothersome sims, that’s just good times. But “Death by Murphy Bed” seems a bit
silly, and again, it’s tied to an unskippable animation that happens rather often. Yes, there are now bed upgrade options in
the game, accomplishing things like increasing comfort and preventing it from getting stuck. So you can alleviate the issue but still,
I’d rather it wasn’t so prevalent to begin with. And in my opinion, these repetitive slapstick failure animations stopped being cute like fifteen packs ago. So yeah, can’t say I’ll be using Murphy
Beds in my tiny builds going forward, since the way they work is annoying and their inclusion in this particular pack is questionable in the first place. Why not add them in the Discover University
pack, that would’ve made a ton more sense in my book, more so than a pack about itty
bitty 32-tile houses. I really think bunk beds would’ve been an
ideal addition to the Tiny Living pack instead, seeing as bunk beds actually do free up room,
providing two beds in a single 3×1 space. For that matter though, why not add better
loft options? Lofts are a staple of tiny home designs, and
making them in The Sims 4 means adding a second story with a cumbersome full-sized staircase. Ladders are used all the time in real life
tiny homes, but nope, nowhere to be found in Tiny Living. Even spiral staircases would be more space-efficient
but those still aren’t a thing either. For that matter, why not add steeper, narrower
normal stairs? Or at least provide some storage options underneath
them, which again, is something that you see all the time in actual tiny houses. Not that it matters too much I suppose, since
sims all have an infinite household inventory that hides as many items as you like within
a magic unseen void, hrm. Still, while I’m on the topic of things
I wish were included instead of murphy beds, why not convertible futons or pull out sofa
beds? Under-the-counter mini fridges or in-wall
ovens and microwaves? How about portable induction cooktops? Or over-the-sink shelf units and other kinds
of stackable knickknack storage things? Heck, composting toilets, solar power, and
rain catchers would’ve been nice, seeing as we’ve already got off-the-grid lots. Instead we get cumbersomely large homicidal beds and storage lamps that don’t store anything. At least they took the time to add Baby Yoda
to the game, so I guess that means it all evens out in the end, right? Heh, ahh now I’m just being grumpy, when
in reality Tiny Living is not the worst stuff pack by any means. In fact, I think it’s one of the better
ones for my playstyle. It’s just that this daggone game’s been
around for almost six years now, and after sixteen stuff packs, I’m more than a bit
fatigued. There are a number of disappointing aspects
to Tiny Living Stuff, no bones about it, and I know they’ve could’ve added just a bit
more in terms of useful objects and quality of life improvements. But they didn’t, and that’s just kinda
how it goes, we all know that. Still, I’ll personally be using a number
of the items added here going forward, along with building more tiny houses for the challenge
it provides and the rewards it unlocks, so you can glean from that what you will. [gratuitous fiery sim death] And if you enjoyed this look at the Tiny Living
Stuff pack, then maybe check out my let’s play that I did over on my other channel from
what I was just playing this and getting my thoughts together about the pack in the first
place. Or just stick around, there’s more videos
coming up every week on this channel. And as always, thank you for watching LGR!

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  • Reply DoctorX17 January 25, 2020 at 2:45 pm

    Wait, is this new? I knew people were still playing Sims 4, but I didn't know new packs were still being released

  • Reply Dailleau Catherine January 25, 2020 at 2:46 pm

    Murphy beds do take less space since your Sim can walk by at the end of it without any extra slots, for all the other beds we have in game you need to push the bed inside the wall a little for your Sim to walk around it

  • Reply Uyen Le January 25, 2020 at 2:47 pm

    6 years eh? So The Sims 5 is just a fantasy now?

  • Reply Justin January 25, 2020 at 2:49 pm

    Why no burning Ralph?

  • Reply Nick Whitman January 25, 2020 at 2:59 pm

    I stopped playing Sims last gen and I have to say it looks like I haven't missed much at all….

  • Reply Sony God January 25, 2020 at 3:01 pm

    we need The sims 5 and it MUST be open world like Sims 3 and make the damn season expansion pack to be in the game from day 1. Now for expansions i would love to get a winter expansion focus on skiing, snowbording and buidling your own ski resort. Others that would be nice are vications and you get 4 medium open world worlds where it is inspired by japan, sweden, italian and hawaii.
    Other stuff i hope they take out is the stuff pack they are over priced, useless and bad for the community. Game packs can be stuff packs and rhe mini expansion pack combind and have a more in depth expansions where they add alot more stuff for the game.
    Overall The sims 4 is the only sims game i never bought an expansion pack for you know why? cus too me they are too expensive for what you get even on sales.

  • Reply Hwangchung January 25, 2020 at 3:03 pm

    "So the less you do with doing more, the more you're rewarded for doing more with less!" – Really nice line, Clint. Had to pop subtitles on to make sure my ears hadn't scrambled the message.

    Also, really awesome to be reminded you upload subtitles for your vids. While I doubt YT would have trouble generating subtitles with your clear manner of speech, it's great that you take the time to do so.

  • Reply writer2036 January 25, 2020 at 3:06 pm

    I would love a Mega Mansion stuff pack. I do think the final expansion for The Sims 4 will be either a straight remake or spiritual successor to Into the Future from the Sims 3.

  • Reply Brotherbeam January 25, 2020 at 3:08 pm

    Man this game is getting very unimaginative and repetitive.

  • Reply Chris Buchaniec January 25, 2020 at 3:09 pm

    Yay! You used Duke! Always a good thing👍👍👍😺🤘

  • Reply John Williamson January 25, 2020 at 3:15 pm

    Remember when having a small house meant that you were poor and couldn’t afford a regular house? What happened?

  • Reply jcynavarro January 25, 2020 at 3:17 pm

    "cumbersomely large homicidal beds" lmao… Perfect description..

  • Reply jcynavarro January 25, 2020 at 3:18 pm

    8:57 lmao what's happening haha

  • Reply Jason Zak January 25, 2020 at 3:19 pm

    “Make the most of the space I have” he says as he has an entire room full of one boxed copy of Duke 3D. 😂

  • Reply ThinkICanSing25 January 25, 2020 at 3:22 pm

    Good grief what the balls🤣🤣🤣

  • Reply Belladonna Poe January 25, 2020 at 3:23 pm

    I remember a few years ago my friend and I were messing around on the Sims 3 and build tiny houses using all of the stuff that was there from all the packs. Ladders, a loft in the roof part of the house, the bunk beds/the loft beds that could fit a dresser underneath, and even the all in one bathroom from the Island Living expansion. It was so much easier than what this looks like, AND THAT WAS IN THE SIMS 3!
    Honestly… Sims 4 team are NEVER going to be on the same level as Sims 2 or 3 and they really should just start copying the other games.

  • Reply Trash Self January 25, 2020 at 3:24 pm

    Day 4 of asking LGR to do a video game review of Metal Dust for the Commodore 64.

  • Reply Karma Kissesz January 25, 2020 at 3:27 pm

    EA has completely killed the Sims series for meeee. It was never like this! .. and with ALL of these "stuff" packs and expansions, ive NEVER been so BORED of a game in my life.

  • Reply bambidays January 25, 2020 at 3:29 pm

    I stopped playing the sims four after spa stuff. I had no idea there were STILL no ladders or spiral staircases. Wow… honestly surprising. And murphy beds came with university in the sims 3, i think pull out beds would've been much cuter with this pack. Rip. I just hope the sims 5 is less slapstick and more of a, you know, REAL life simulation…

  • Reply BrowserBob January 25, 2020 at 3:31 pm

    This Tiny House movement reminds me of the Frankfurt Kitchen design project from about a hundred years ago

  • Reply MW Brill January 25, 2020 at 3:39 pm

    "Death by murphy bed seems a bit silly"

    But LGR, Sims have been dying to Murphy Beds since The Sims 2

  • Reply Noforyou January 25, 2020 at 3:47 pm

    When is the next sims coming out I’m over sims 4 shite

  • Reply aListers January 25, 2020 at 4:14 pm

    If they'd done this right I actually would've bought it. However, the lack of practical tiny house items really does push me away. Bunk beds, ladders or a space saving staircase and I would have considered it but it just lacks practicality this stuff pack

  • Reply PlayStationPaul January 25, 2020 at 4:22 pm

    Request for the LGR Plays to stay on this channel, rather than the new random Blerbs channel. I've missed LGR Plays but have also been trying to curb the amount of stuff in my sub box, I wouldn't watch the vloggy type vids.

  • Reply Lais Gama January 25, 2020 at 4:22 pm

    I never comment but is astonishing to me how lazy this pack was. I understand the Murphy beds are a bigger selling point than bunkbeds but in the end they could’ve kept the idea of upgrading beds and instead of the Murphy beds killing the sim, a bunk bead could “break” while 2 sims are on it and kill the sim underneath. Still allowing you to prevent the mishap by upgrading the bed. They could have play that up in the trailer and make it a lot more interesting.

  • Reply FudgeGames January 25, 2020 at 4:25 pm

    sees actual pack
    okay… this is fine…
    sees that they added baby yoda

  • Reply Toni January 25, 2020 at 4:25 pm

    The laziness of this pack is a prime example of why I quit The Sims 4.

  • Reply Jen M January 25, 2020 at 4:28 pm

    Always wait for your reviews😊

  • Reply CobraSniper117 January 25, 2020 at 4:32 pm

    3:15 someone leaves discord

  • Reply Tyler Matthews January 25, 2020 at 4:33 pm

    I love your videos of pack reviews because all the popular channels just ignore these issues for game changers

  • Reply Sebakisnie Sebakisnie January 25, 2020 at 4:40 pm

    sims 4 directive team: you can add ONE gameplay object, no matter what, they'll buy the game for it

    same thing with photography overhaul, the hot tubs, magic wells etc.

    And the worst thing of all? The community-decided pack is going to be the art one whih will just expand the freelancer career and add new crafting stations that add NOTHING NEW

  • Reply Swiss Media Stuff January 25, 2020 at 4:41 pm

    1:50 Why is there an urn in the tiny house?

  • Reply Feed the Weird January 25, 2020 at 4:45 pm

    A pack about irl tiny living without the irl tiny living things. Seems legit!

  • Reply Kenexxa January 25, 2020 at 4:51 pm

    9:13 wait since when does the sims have bicycles?

  • Reply Jabby The Hot January 25, 2020 at 4:54 pm

    EA and Maxis keep making excuses for pathetic content and most of the simmers keep eating it up. Most of us are casual gamers only who play THIS game and nothing else.
    Which is why they don't know better.
    Minecraft cost 20$ and gets continual BIG updates for free after that for 8 years. That's great!
    There was the whole controversy over No Man's Sky where it wasn't finished and the devs could've just taken the money and run. They didn't, and kept putting the love and hardwork into their game and now it's kind of decent.

    What the sims is missing is hardwork and dedication. Ea is so focused on deadlines that they miss adding in actually cool and useful content.
    They have their one star item and… thats it. We already have chair and tables and plumbing… they love to recolor items in the game.
    It's sad, and I wish more people could see the flaws that EA and Maxis have and stop buying the packs every time they come out! They keep making this shit because we keep giving them money for it!

  • Reply Ally January 25, 2020 at 5:08 pm

    This pack is one to get if u like the items. It's just that simple

  • Reply MonstehDinosawr January 25, 2020 at 5:13 pm

    The only review that matters to me.

  • Reply Keith Gavel January 25, 2020 at 5:14 pm

    hahaha Death By Murphy Bed!!!!!!!!

  • Reply Mittens January 25, 2020 at 5:15 pm

    $10 for this crap… jeez

  • Reply LeoFan93 January 25, 2020 at 5:23 pm

    Wait, that Baby Yoda thing isn't a fan-made mod?

  • Reply Sabrina January 25, 2020 at 5:27 pm

    No staircase storage? No lofts? Death by bed?! 💀

  • Reply Ethan Stark January 25, 2020 at 5:28 pm

    What does Sims 4 have against good things? Like Aquariums, spiral stairs, and ladders.

    I want my tree house

  • Reply Justin B January 25, 2020 at 5:28 pm

    Maxis just half ass everything. I’m sure at this point that their main focus is on the trailer for these packs. If they were passionate about tiny homes we would get bunk beds, ladders, spiral stairs, cupboards etc. No the Murphy bed that saves no space fits the vibe in the trailer so that’s what we got. They just don’t care about value for money, would it really hurt to add about 50 more items to this? To get one or two things that actually change the play style? I guess if they did that then they’d need to take longer before fleecing their players again which is all they seem to care about. I still don’t understand why they have no competition in this highly popular genre. A developer who actually cares could do so well in this section of the market.

  • Reply Noel Goetowski January 25, 2020 at 5:31 pm

    Aren't Murphy beds supposed to be built into the wall, anyway? That would've saved a whole tile of length if they kept to that!

  • Reply MadMusic26 January 25, 2020 at 5:32 pm

    I feel the same way. Tiny Living is something I was really looking forward to, but…they didn’t do anything new or revolutionary with it.
    Hell I would’ve paid $20 for a pack that actually focused on the things that you mentioned. Maybe even $40 if they put in real effort.
    I won’t argue that this is a bad pack. It’s not. I actually really like the style of the items and the challenge included, but it could’ve and should’ve been so much more.

  • Reply Felipe Solis January 25, 2020 at 5:42 pm

    Saw this on BLERBS a few days ago

  • Reply RacerC45 January 25, 2020 at 5:43 pm

    You seem to cover a lot of Sims stuff on your channel.

  • Reply Jolis Parsec January 25, 2020 at 5:44 pm

    Y’know, a lot of the things you were wishing were included instead of the Murphy beds were actually either in the base original Sims or its first expansion disc Livin’ Large. Really makes you wonder why EA is so incompetent at adding stuff that Maxis figured out how to add way back in the original Sims and its expansions.

  • Reply Edgar Nello January 25, 2020 at 5:46 pm

    I still wish they wouldve added spiral staircases and bunk beds and a shower that folds into a toilet.

  • Reply Miss Mon January 25, 2020 at 5:46 pm

    Thanks for always giving honest reviews. I value your opinion.

  • Reply Dark Angel January 25, 2020 at 5:49 pm

    Next video do tiny living cc shopping

  • Reply Edgar Nello January 25, 2020 at 5:49 pm

    Is there any mini fridges in the game? I thought there was.

  • Reply Edgar Nello January 25, 2020 at 5:52 pm

    I see myself buying this pack when it goes on sale for 5 bucks but i dont see myself using it to make tiny houses. Theyre just too annoying with the stuff we currently have.

  • Reply Arthur Ferreira January 25, 2020 at 5:52 pm

    I bought The Witcher trilogy with all expansions on steam for that stuff pack price, thankfully we have PirateBay

  • Reply Comic Sanders January 25, 2020 at 5:55 pm

    I’m sorry 74 meters?! This is America damnit! It’s 80.927 god blessed American yards!

  • Reply prettyinpink9893 January 25, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    The only review that mattersssss

  • Reply Brix xoxo January 25, 2020 at 6:08 pm

    This is why I rock with LGR. I'm not saying everyone, but 99% of the Sims Youtubers refuse to call it for what it is. As soon as I saw this pack, I wondered why these objects couldn't be included in Discover Uni (or City living after reading a few comments here). Thank God for LGR bring real, raw reviews!

  • Reply wyntir January 25, 2020 at 6:12 pm

    Agree completely on the murphy beds being a bad placement in this pack, as well as ALL the options you listed as a better alternative. Could have had a type of stair that doubled as a dresser or bookcase and that would have been awesome, or at least have shelves to put clutter items on. I would have LOVED solar panels and rain collectors. 🙁 Even a cook top that can be put away or folded up to use as prep space and half square sinks.

  • Reply Jason Midnight January 25, 2020 at 6:20 pm

    Where's Ralph

  • Reply Zephri Zi January 25, 2020 at 6:25 pm

    They really need loft beds with either a desk or a couch underneath. I currently use one with a desk and it frees up a ton of space in my room.

  • Reply ricky dicky January 25, 2020 at 6:26 pm

    How anyone can listen to the dude's voice is beyond me. Trying way too hard

  • Reply Rachel Copeland January 25, 2020 at 6:27 pm

    LGR how do you feel about the possibility of Sims 5? I am still a sims 3 player but the only thing I like about sims 4 is graphics.

  • Reply ורוניקה רצ'יוב January 25, 2020 at 6:33 pm

    5:50 if you want that to happen less frequently you need to upgrade the bed 🤦‍♀️

  • Reply Cameron Steiner January 25, 2020 at 6:43 pm

    They just keep on disappointing.

  • Reply Oozaru85 January 25, 2020 at 6:43 pm

    So they are making shit nobody asked for only to make a few extra bucks? Seriously, Maxis. You better be working on some big project which fans actually asked for and only released this crap to bridge the time until the big project is finished. Because otherwise… yeah.

    And lets be honest. This pack is a Tiny Living Pack by name only… They pretty much left out everything that defines tiny homes, lol.

  • Reply DarkleMotion January 25, 2020 at 6:54 pm

    As always, your review is spot on. I can't believe this game has been out for SO long and they're still limping out these half assed packs. No ladders, spiral staircases, bunk beds or stackable oven microwaves is seriously unforgivable at this point. I don't know who is making these decisions at EA, but it fucking SUCKS. I only find myself entertained playing the 100 baby challenge in the Sims 4 but always go back to Sims 3 to really have fun in the game.

  • Reply Kairex January 25, 2020 at 6:57 pm

    I must be the only simmer who couldn't get a murphy bed death lol

  • Reply Clarity Cotman January 25, 2020 at 6:59 pm

    Homicidal beds🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Reply Mike F January 25, 2020 at 7:02 pm

    God this game is shitty

  • Reply starzzzy January 25, 2020 at 7:06 pm

    Yes! We want bunk beds and lofts with ladders!

  • Reply Kuribo Kutsu January 25, 2020 at 7:18 pm

    Well. Welcome to Russia! Those "tiny homes" is basically standard russian apartment

  • Reply Miguel Morales January 25, 2020 at 7:19 pm

    why was there an urn in a pile of ashes in your base model home….

  • Reply Hakkyou13 January 25, 2020 at 7:27 pm

    Oh my! A counter-top cooking unit would have been a great (as well as a bunk bed -_-).
    The items look cute, but I can build a tiny home without this pack.

  • Reply MsCubanleo January 25, 2020 at 7:33 pm

    Im gonna make a studio apartment out of this in city living and a college dorm or use this in the kids room

  • Reply Paola A January 25, 2020 at 7:34 pm

    There were so many things that could have been placed in this stuff back:

    Wet bathroom (toilet and shower together)
    A second floor that is just enough space to fit a bed (like most tiny homes)
    Mattress by its self
    Boat house
    Bunk beds
    Table stove
    Pull out sofa beds

  • Reply GatorRay4life January 25, 2020 at 7:39 pm

    UGH! At this point I wish that EA would just kill off The Sims 4 and put the series out to pasture. No amount of new content can fix the horrible skeleton that TS4 had when it launched.

  • Reply Chris Katko January 25, 2020 at 7:50 pm

    Your version of tiny homes sounds 1000x better.

  • Reply Cee January 25, 2020 at 7:50 pm

    Bunk beds will always be just a dream 😔

  • Reply Ecem Balcıoğlu January 25, 2020 at 7:52 pm

    I loved this review, the items you listed are so spot-on for tiny living as a lifestyle but are lacking in the game obviously. Great review! and always such a good laugh 😀

  • Reply CloudandZack1st January 25, 2020 at 8:02 pm

    1:10 – that picture of duke should be in the oval office.

  • Reply Human Hugger January 25, 2020 at 8:04 pm

    At least Paralives is having bunk beds at launch.

  • Reply William January 25, 2020 at 8:04 pm

    I bought this game like day one and I've never bought a single pack. I'd get more enjoyment out of these reviews than the actual product.

    0:09 they had some fucking Tiny House craze on HGTV for a while and that's all I could think of when people said they'd "go tiny", like can you not phrase it better than that?

  • Reply Em E January 25, 2020 at 8:13 pm

    I’m excited for Paralives 🙂

  • Reply nugsboodlepoo January 25, 2020 at 8:19 pm

    Why can't we have ladders?! WHY? There is already a climbing animation for pool ladders!

  • Reply S B January 25, 2020 at 8:24 pm

    1:40 you mean <37m2, not >37m2.

  • Reply OrincyWhyteDesigns January 25, 2020 at 8:29 pm

    The clip with all the Murphy beds is hilarious 😂😂

  • Reply Lucas Olivieri January 25, 2020 at 8:34 pm

    nothing like EA laziness

  • Reply Shia Lebeouf: Life Coach January 25, 2020 at 8:41 pm

    I wonder if Tiny homes are a social adaption. They're most popular among millennials whom usually can't afford to own a normal house, and in some areas can't afford to rent one. Would make the most amount of sense, no way tiny houses are practical and I genuine don't see people living in them for the long-haul. If kids are involved i'm not sure you legally can.

  • Reply Pepper January 25, 2020 at 8:41 pm

    nice sims review video

  • Reply Dr. Sweetlove January 25, 2020 at 8:43 pm

    Now I would like a "Honey I Shrunk the Sims" expansion pack. I mean I don't have Sims 4 but…. it might convince me.

  • Reply cupcakeangel365 January 25, 2020 at 8:49 pm

    They didn't add extra stuff because they know the mod community will pick up their slack 🙄

  • Reply Skorax January 25, 2020 at 9:07 pm

    Oh, I swear to Wright, ANOTHER?! Oy vey.

  • Reply UrBoiPhone January 25, 2020 at 9:14 pm

    Im gonna have a bed person to open the door so my Sims dont die

  • Reply Ewka GraLEWska January 25, 2020 at 9:18 pm

    5:03 What is that sim ??

  • Reply Vlk Etto January 25, 2020 at 9:23 pm

    i feel like they didn’t even research what tiny living was about

  • Reply Ms. Shā Shā January 25, 2020 at 9:34 pm

    I cannot agree with near EVERYthing you mentioned about rl tiny houses/living and the options/items that would have been much better suited in such a pack more!! Why would they not include LADDERS! (They nearly exist! Hello, Island Living!) Stairs are HUGE, and the ability to configure them some doesn't help in that area at all, in fact they often take up more space. Who did the research that I would hope would be done for something that is a real life thing?! (Spoiler, There wasn't really any. That it's just a name was pretty much admitted during the live stream before release; Small Stuff was considered first.)

    Something like this pack has been near the top of my wish list for years, right under Seasons and Cats & Dogs, and up there with magic… I have to admit, as beautiful as the items are (the textures are so good and some of the items are really fitting, pun intended), I'm just so disappointed given everything this pack could have been. Even as a Stuff pack.

    I do disagree a bit with one line however – murphy beds with University. BUT only bc dorm beds, to my experience or that I've ever seen, are never double beds. Loft beds and bunk beds though! In SO MANY dorms!! And I do agree that many other styles of space saving beds would've made much more sense in a "Tiny Living" pack… I also feel that they should lower the frequency for the chances of the dang things getting stuck, the likeness of death and the level of handiness needed to upgrade it to not be a death trap.

    The opening was gold!! LOL So good. 😂
    Tyfs! Hope you have a nice weekend, and a great week. Best of wishes.

  • Reply Darkey VilKulak January 25, 2020 at 9:36 pm

    Living Large was an actual The Sims title.

  • Reply JD Harding January 25, 2020 at 9:58 pm

    It's funny how, when watching these videos, you start recognizing sims walking around.

  • Reply Jake January 25, 2020 at 10:03 pm

    Quick! Someone tell LGR that > means greater than! Not less than!

  • Reply kimirs16 January 25, 2020 at 10:11 pm

    I wish they'd stop with Sims 4 and start Sims 5 with Sims 3 game play & sims 4 stability and auto save…

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