The challenge is put in jeopardy and Gaia flirts with death... Literally.
Gaia attends a very intimate birthday party and everyone hates the park.
In full sound of mind I decided to try the 100 baby challenge on the Sims 4 during this lockdown period. Why would I do that to myself? Well, I got back into the Sims a bit by getting the Magic pack. Not quite as fun as I hoped. I had this whole idea to… Continue reading 100 Baby Challenge – Sims 4 – Episode 1
It's been a while since I published anything on here (since August last year!!!) All that happened was last year I was on holiday, and then very close to that I went to a festival and I really don't go on my phone a lot when I'm doing stuff like that. We also had some… Continue reading Return of Dragon’s Tea Party and the PS+ Challenge
I enjoy the blissful simplicity of the first Spyro game, get addicted to gem collecting, and sympathise with Gnasty Gnorc.
I'm sat at home playing a game and suddenly I notice I'm impatiently tapping my foot... Hmm... I get a bit comfier and think no more about it. Later I notice my palms are sweaty and my hands are shaking, am I sick? I get a glass of water and have an early night, I'm… Continue reading The Three Year Sim Cycle
If you're looking for a spolier-free post then the first part of this post is OK. I'll put up a warning when it gets to the story stuff. Like many others I was very excited to play the new God of War game when it came out a couple of weeks ago. I'm a big… Continue reading God of Woah
My attempts to enjoy scary games, despite not actually playing them myself, and first impressions of Amnesia: the Dark Descent
Allow me to tell you a brief tale of gaming woe. A few years ago I bought Dark Souls 1, I was so full of hope and gaming ambition. I had heard that it was notoriously difficult but I was a dedicated gamer and wanted to prove myself. Looking back at that time I cringe… Continue reading Bloodborne: the story of Cleavopatra (so far)
An indulgent rant on my disappointment in Arkham Asylum.