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A new day, a new trailer for Maxis' The Sims 4, this time taking a look at one of the major new features of the fourth title in long-running series: emotions.

While emotions aren't necessarily a new thing when it comes to the wacky Sims world, Maxis looks to be putting even more emphasis on just how each citizen will interact depending on their emotions. From selfies in front of a mirror to getting a Sim angry at a party which subsequently turns into pouring drinks on people, the emotions can offer some pretty wacky encounters that I'm sure fans of the series will love to explore.

The Sims 4 is due on PC in Spring (Northern Fall) 2014.




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