Gaming exists so it can stimulate your focus, ambition, and skills for prevailing in a virtual world. Life simulation games represent a great field to explore, and we’ve made a top of what we believe are the best games from this area.
2020 is expected to be the best year in the history of gaming since Sony and Microsoft will bring to the market the best consoles ever made: PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, respectively. The two machines represent tremendous upgrades for their predecessor consoles (PS4 and Xbox One).
Best Life Simulation Games
The Sims 4
If you want to go to parties, sing the piano, walk the dog, go to school, and do many other activities, The Sims 4 allows you to do all that while in the real world it’s highly recommended to stay at home as much as possible.
The game even allows you to create your own characters and personalize them as you want. You can even add some specific skills for your characters.
This game allows you to interact with numerous other players from around the world. You can join them for making certain activities together, so the game can also be considered an open-world title. There’s no objective in Second Life other than having fun as you wish!
Being far from having impressive graphics, this game can still be a load of fun. It probably works even on PCs with 512 MB of RAM. Stardew Valley is a popular farming simulation game where you can cut bushes, trees, manage crops, prepare your house for guests, and so on. You can also play this game with your friends so that you’ll make many interesting activities together. And yes, there are many fans of this game!
These are our top picks when it comes to the best life simulation games. Do you have any other favorites?
David Blair was a reporter for Henri Le Chat Noir, before becoming the lead editor. David has over 20 bylines and has reported on countless stories concerning all things related to science, games and technology. David studied at Birmingham University.