On YouTube: Rule of Rose & The Sims 4 Speed Build

On YouTube: Rule of Rose & The Sims 4 Speed Build

On YouTube, I played the final two parts of Rule of Rose. Rule of Rose is one of the rarest horror games of all time. Watch my Let’s Play if you’re one of the unlucky ones who couldn’t manage to get your hands on a copy.

I also uploaded a Sims 4 Speed Build for the Darling family. I renovated an existing home in Windenburg and set the stage for the Legacy Let’s Play that’s coming very soon. All videos are linked below!

Rule of Rose // The Funeral PART 14

Rule of Rose // The End? PART 15

The Darling’s Home Reno // Sims 4 Speed Build

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On YouTube: Rule of Rose & The Sims 4 Speed Build

On YouTube: Rule of Rose & The Sims 4 Speed Build

On YouTube, I played Rule of Rose for most of this month. Rule of Rose is one of the rarest horror games of all time. Watch my Let’s Play if you’re one of the unlucky ones who couldn’t manage to get your hands on a copy. All videos are linked below!

I also got the chance to try my hand at a speed build (with voice over!) for The Sims 4. Join me as we build a lovely, Joanna Gaines inspired apartment.

Magnolia Apartment // The Sims 4 Speed Build

Rule of Rose // The Gingerbread House PART 11

Rule of Rose // The Rag Princess Sews PART 12

Rule of Rose // Two Jennifers?! PART 13

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VGC Day 25: What is your comfort game?

VGC Day 25: What is your comfort game?

When I need a comfort game, I look for something that doesn’t involve a ton of thinking, challenging puzzles, or a complex story line. I look for a game that I can snuggle into a blanket, eat a snack, and hold my dog Padme all at the same time. The Sims 3 (and 2) is my comfort game.

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The Sims has been one of my favorite comfort games since I got the first one from my aunt. Our little family computer could run the game fairly well and I enjoyed decorating houses and even building them. The Sims was not a complex game and it was easy for an 8 or 9-year-old to enjoy. When Sims 2 went down to a mere $20 at my local Walmart, I grabbed it up. Little did I know this would lead to spending more money…

On expansion packs! Our little family computer could only run one or two expansions so no other expansions were purchased for Sims 2 until I had my own computer. Then I had at least 5 expansions and enjoyed them all! Most were furniture and house expansion packs and I didn’t get any that added to game play until The Sims 3.

I went a little crazy with The Sims 3 if I’m being perfectly honest. I bought the base game and the Supernatural expansion. Then I went to a friend’s yard sale and picked up 5 or 6 more expansions packs. Is it an obsession? Maybe. But nothing beats a rainy day where I’m snuggled into the couch under a soft blanket, playing The Sims with a bowl of chips to eat and a long haired chihuahua cuddled into my side.

Want to see more of the 30 Day Video Game Challenge? Want to try the challenge yourself? Read this post here!

What is your comfort game? Let me know in the comments!

5FF: Video Games I Love To Play

5FF: Video Games I Love To Play

Kingdom Hearts

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I’ve yet to give my favorite game a Saturday Suggestion post but it’s coming. There’s so much story to KH that I know I can’t do it justice with a summary but I will do my best with a lengthy review for each game. I’ve had the privilege to play just about every single one including KHUX on android. The story, characters, and game play always bring me back in with each new release of this series.

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