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Video Games

A Sim playing MySims Go!, a video game unlocked at Level 4.

Video Gaming is a skill in The Sims 4. It is unlocked by playing games on a computer, Motion Gaming mat, tablet, or a mobile phone. It is primarily used to perform better in video games and in tournaments.

DescriptionEdit

Video Gaming allows Sims to perform better at video games, discuss strategies, enter tournaments, and more. Sims can build this skill simply by playing games; being focused will make it easier to develop this skill. Taking the Gamer branch of the Tech Guru career is the optimal career if focusing on this skill.

Traits that could be helpful for this skill are, as follows:

  • Genius: You can randomly get a +1 Focused moodlet.
  • Cheerful: You can randomly get a Happy moodlet, which contributes to being focused.
  • Geek: You get Happy moodlets from playing games, which contributes to being focused.

MilestonesEdit

Video Gaming Unlocks
Level Interactions Unlocked Notes
1 Play Sims Forever, Play Blicblock Those games are available since the beginning. Go! Version of Blicblock available.
2 Discuss Game Strategy, Play Incredible Sports Incredible Sports, Go! Is available since level 1, on the Slablet.
3 Enter Novice Game Tournaments More on Tournaments in the chart below.
4 Play MySims Go! Slightly different, but basically the same as MySims: Agents.
5 Research Advanced Game Strategy, Impress Sims with Video Game Prowess Researching Advanced Game Strategy increases your Video Gaming skill faster than playing.
6 Enter Professional Game Tournaments, Play The R.E.F.U.G.E. More on Tournaments in the chart below. The R.E.F.U.G.E. is a reskinned version of The Sims Medieval.
7 Watch Gaming Livestream on the Computer, Gossip about Video Game Pros You can watch Gaming Livestreams since level 1, on the Slablet. They increase your Video Gaming skill faster than playing.
8 Make Fun of Noobs -----
9 Play Road Rival Alpha -----
10 Play Hillock II Highest payoff in Tournaments comes from this game.

TournamentsEdit

Novice Tournaments can be entered at level 3 of the skill, Pro Tournaments can be entered at level 6. Playing the same game repeatedly allows Sims to perform better at tournaments of the game in question, and thus have a higher chance of winning.

Novice Tournaments
Game Name 1st Place (MR) 2nd Place (MR) 3rd Place (MR) Entrance fee (Motion rig) Notes
Blicblock (45) 10 (50) Cheapest entrance cost.
Sims Forever 100 65 35 20 Can be trained since level 1.
Incredible Sports 20 (50) Can be trained since level 1, when playing on the Slablet.
MySims Go! 25 Unlocked at level 4.
The R.E.F.U.G.E. 40 (50) Unlocked at level 6.
Road Rival Alpha Unlocked at level 9.
Hillock II

Unlocked at level 10.

Professional Tournaments
Game Name 1st Place (MR) 2nd Place (MR) 3rd Place (MR) Entrance fee (Motion rig)
Blicblock 450 (920) 300 150 100
Sims Forever 660 440 220 100
Incredible Sports 836 550 275 100
MySims Go! 1212 816 408 100
The R.E.F.U.G.E. 2054 (3465) 1378 689 100
Road Rival Alpha 3833 2550 1275 100
Hillock II 4995 3330 1665 100

TriviaEdit

  • Most of the games that Sims can play contain elements from The Sims series. For instance, "R.E.F.U.G.E." borrows gameplay elements from The Sims Medieval with RPG elements like a health/mana bar. "MySims Go!" is based on MySims, and "Sims Forever" is The Sims with a few expansion packs installed.

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