The Sims 4 Legacy Challenge: Bridget Randolph

I like game challenges almost as much I like building in The Sims 4. The Legacy Challenge is one of the oldest – if not the oldest – challenges out there, originating in the days of The Sims 2. To this day I have never completed this challenge, and the furthest I got was somewhere around the fourth generation in The Sims 3 years and years ago. So why not make another try for it?

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The Plantagenet Project: Geoffrey, Count of Anjou

Hello there and welcome to the Plantagenet Project! Originally this was going to be a story-based playthrough of a real historical line of people, but given the fact that the story would be no more than just fictional blurbs, I have decided to remove the “story” aspect from this project, but still play the project, and give some updates as I go along! That being said, welcome to the first update, which is about Geoffrey, Count of Anjou!

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The Sims 4: Cottage Living – First Impressions

This is my first attempt at a review of sorts, and it’s really down to first impressions more than a detailed, in-depth review, but I hope you enjoy. I’ve been playing The Sims 4 for a long time, and I enjoy a lot of aspects about the game, especially when it comes to building. When Cottage Living was announced, I was more excited than I have been for an expansion pack in a long time! I know farming has been a highly demanded feature for years.

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Spartan

When Wayward and I were dating and living together in Michigan in 2005, we decided to get a pet. Our first pet as a couple. I don’t remember why we chose a cat originally, but it was most likely my suggestion. Wayward grew up with dogs, I grew up with cats, and I probably sung the praises of an animal that was self-sufficient and independent, and maybe that’s what we were after at the time.

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