Dazed, focused and playful, just three of the many different emotions in EA's The Sims 4. For the first time in the series, you'll be able to manipulate Sim emotions to create new experiences. Doing this not only provides the potential for more amusement in the game, but also the chance to quickly build skills and get rewards.

EA didn't go into much detail about how this works, but you'll get a brief demo in the new Sims 4 trailer.