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  • Summary: Introducing Tartosa, the most romantic world in all of The Sims™ 4. The sunsets are heartstopping, the beaches are breathtaking, the gardens are astonishing, and the waterfalls are awe-inspiring; Tartosa is a paradise made for love.
    This idyllic world is the perfect place to celebrate
    Introducing Tartosa, the most romantic world in all of The Sims™ 4. The sunsets are heartstopping, the beaches are breathtaking, the gardens are astonishing, and the waterfalls are awe-inspiring; Tartosa is a paradise made for love.
    This idyllic world is the perfect place to celebrate your Sims’ nuptials, from putting a ring on it to the renewal of vows, reflecting a true wedding and happily-ever-after experience! You’ll be able to creatively discover different sides of oneself to plan out many versions of your Sims’ dream wedding: the festivities leading up to the ceremony, participants, decor, dresscode, cake, location and more.
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 5
  2. Negative: 1 out of 5
  1. Feb 21, 2022
    83
    Dream weddings guaranteed! Numerous planning freedoms and many details fit perfectly into the game. Nevertheless the game mechanics for weddings from other cultures could have been even more extensive.
  2. Mar 1, 2022
    70
    Overall, this pack isn't perfect, but weddings are now more of a special affair with more options given, which was the aim. Hopefully, the bugs and issues can be ironed out with patches.
  3. Feb 22, 2022
    65
    The Sims 4 My Wedding Stories makes for a great pack for builders and CAS fans alike, with great care having been taken to include items that can be utilized in many different styles of ceremonies. Whether you’re interested in the new world, the formal CAS items, or even game options that cater to a more family-oriented style of play, it’s a great pack to add to your game. However, a multitude of bugs and overall surface-level gameplay that only expands on systems that are already in the game, rather than adding new ones, keep this pack from being something that I’d truly say “I do” to without a second thought. Hopefully, some of these bugs are fixed ahead of release day or addressed in an upcoming patch as until then, the new events are not something I’ll be using going forward
  4. Apr 11, 2022
    50
    I’m not surprised Sims fans are upset with this pack, as it was released in a truly abysmal state. Tartosa might be the most beautiful area in the whole game, but the expansion is almost unplayable, as many of its elements are either disappointing or simply broken.
  5. Mar 7, 2022
    40
    The big problem is, the pack is in an alarmingly terrible state. So much of it is downright broken to the point where it's truly surprising the release was not further delayed. Dream weddings turn into nightmares. For clarity, all issues we're about to describe are from our time with the content post-launch, after we installed the release-day patch.