Posts tagged with: The Sims 4
The Sims 4 now allows players to add vitiligo skin patterns to their Sims, helping them feel represented when they have visible differences.
The last few weeks have seen several games adding or featuring elements with positive disability representation.
The Sims 4 High School Years includes a new Sim attribute called Socially Awkward which represents neurodiversity in the game.
By Bobby K. Miitopia for Nintendo Switch came out recently, and everyone’s having a great time, including myself! It’s a quirky game about casting whoever you want in the standard roles that come with a fantasy RPG. Your dog can be the princess, your neighbour can be a baby and your ex can be the […]