Lately, I’ve been getting back into the Sims 4. It’s been about a year since I played with my virtual family, made up of an incredibly ginger me and two randoms. So, instead of picking up where I left off, I decided to start fresh.
Which of course meant I needed a new house.
I recently picked up a few of the older expansions for my game, City Living and Cats and Dogs. And with so many new housing items and possibilities, I wanted to try something I hadn’t really before: I wanted to build my own house from scratch. Continue reading “Building Hacks for the Sims 4”
I know I’ve said this before, but honestly, I think the biggest chunk of Diablo 3’s replay value comes from the seasons it regularly runs.
Back for my first season, I picked a demon hunter to play.
I absolutely loved it; I could stay out of the way, doing damage from afar and slowly accumulating a totally badass suit that nearly made me invincible. You know, when I had turrets up. Continue reading “It’s Ninja Time: My Diablo 3 Melee Demon Hunter Build”
In the last few weeks, I’ve had a few different people ask me about any advice I have for people who want to start their own blogs.
One of them even said I’d inspired her to start her own blog, which was both super sweet and a little surreal because I don’t really think of myself as being a Successful Blogger, just a girl who’s here to rave and occasionally rant about video games and other nerdy things.
I like helping, though, so I sat down and started thinking of what advice I did actually have to give someone who wanted to start out just like I did a year and a half ago. Continue reading “The Girly Geek’s Guide to Blogging”
When I first started playing Minecraft, there was one thing that drove me absolutely crazy.
It was a ridiculous thing to be annoyed about, too; it was that the glass blocks looked like actual squares when you placed them.
I mean. How could I really be annoyed about a game known for being entirely block-based having blocks? Continue reading “How I Discovered Minecraft Barrier Blocks”
About a year ago, I wrote about my first encounter with Dungeons and Dragons.
It was an epic adventure that first led to victory, and then to despair as we tried to take on the Curse of Strahd (you know, one of the deadliest campaigns ever written for 5th ed). Obviously, we died. Painful, horrible, vampire-ridden deaths. Continue reading “How to Play D&D on a Budget”