The fourth installment of the popular game's main theme is emotion, with a heavy emphasis on the soundtrack to set the mood.

This article titled “The Sims 4: how composer Ilan Eshkeri brings emotion to the screen” was written by Keith Stuart, for on Wednesday 7th May 2014 09.37 UTC

Most of us have an internal soundtrack – we may not always notice it, but it is there. It could be a song we heard on the radio that haunts us for the rest of the day, or it may be something that swells up unaccountably from memory, some favourite tune brought to the surface by a waft of perfume, or familiar place. Consciously or unconsciously, we assign motion picture scores to our lives – a first kiss, a break-up, a re-union – all can be brought back by the right melody.

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