I do, and I grew tired of playing because it's mostly geared to the goal oriented player. There were many features that we know and love about TS3 that were not included in TS4. I'm not saying that it wasn't fun to play, but it didn't last long for me. If you are a generation or legacy player, the family tree doesn't exist for the most part. Although what I really liked about it was the degree of autonomy which doesn't exist in TS3 and it plays smoothly. However, I'm hearing that people with 30 hours plus are starting to see lag. There are some glitches with this game as well, they are just a different kind. There have been at least one or possibly two patches to date. My advice is, if you want to play it fine, but be aware that it's not without its' own set of problems. You have to ask yourself if its' worth the $60 or more that you have to shell out for curiosities' sake.