Gaming Goals & Why I Can’t Stick To Them

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For the past few years, I have attempted to set goals for myself to aim for. They range from reaching certain levels in live service games, to unlocking a set amount of in-game trophies, to working on the appearance of my in-game worlds.

I have found myself unable to keep on track with these goals that I have set; I have worked out why this is and I will talk about it in this post.

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Is EA releasing too much content for The Sims 4?

The Sims 4 was released in 2014, and much like it’s previous entries, extra content is released post-launch. This can range from expansion packs that add new gameplay aspects to stuff packs that add extra content, usually with a theme. Halloween, for example.

EA have now started to produce new content called “kits” which usually tend to be cosmetic items. This got me wondering, is EA pushing far too much paid content for the game?

The “kit” collection
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Skyrim Saved My Life

Yesterday was Skyrim’s 10th anniversary, and I figured today would be the perfect time to rewrite one of my older posts; I was preoccupied yesterday.
Video games often catch the blame for violent events around the world, so here is a positive gaming story.

Skyrim saved my life.

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