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    Realm of Magic: Funny Subtitle

    Makin’ Magic was the best Sims expansion. This is not debatable. Everything about it from its music, to its character and world design is objectively superior to anything that Maxis has put out before…

    October 12, 2020
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    Discover University: ZAP!

    I’m not going to look up when Discover University actually came out, because I’m not going to acknowledge how late this review is. But it sure did come out at some point, yessir. I…

    July 19, 2020
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    Review: The Sims 4 Get Famous

    Fame as an expansion theme isn’t a sure sell for me. Yes, Superstar was one of my favorite expansions out of the entire series, but that’s down more to the charm of its presentation than…

    November 28, 2018
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    Review: The Sims 4 Seasons

    Dynamic weather ought to be considered the starting point for video game immersion, especially in an open-format game that ostensibly aims to simulate real life. This is probably why the previous two ‘Seasons’ expansions…

    June 29, 2018
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    Review: The Sims 4 Cats & Dogs

    It’s that festive time of year again! That’s right, it’s time to play another The Sims 4 expansion. The year’s gap between Get Together and City Living doesn’t seem to have been a fluke…

    November 30, 2017
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    Please Play Doki Doki Literature Club

    Please play Doki Doki Literature Club. It’s on Steam right now and it’s 100% free. Please, just play it. Don’t like visual novels? Great, me neither. I have a short ass attention span and…

    October 23, 2017
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    Let’s Review: Tacoma

    Coming off of the heels of their previous game, Gone Home, Fullbright released Tacoma on August 2nd, 2017. Tacoma follows the same general idea as Gone Home, in that the player is dropped into an unfamiliar and uninhabited environment, and the…

    September 3, 2017