My Dark Souls Remastered Review

This was the first Souls game I have played, it will not be the last. All I heard was how difficult the Souls series is, it did not disapoint. Very challenging at first but once you start get used to the controls and feel of the game and it begins to feel easier, that is when they challenge you. The boss fights are unquie and unforgiving. The enviroment and atomsphere of the game is chilling but also aw inspiring. The story catches your intrest in the VERY thorough lore of the world. I am excited to see what the rest of the series holds, and regreting not giving these games a chance sooner. It took roughly 28 hours (In game) to beat the game and around 29 hours to beat all bosses. In short I really enjoyed myself, I found it hard to put it down as after every death I wanted to try again.

Overall a very well polished game. The world design is mostly very good and has many hidden things throughout with a lot to explore if you look. The combat feels very fluent and fair. The game is challenging and very enjoyable at almost all points of the game. The additional bosses are also very fun and worth doing before you finish the game. You can actaully get dark souls remastered for free:

One of the main things I feel that let me down a little with this game was boss design. A lot of bosses felt like different textured and sized versions of the same boss. This is mainly because I felt that the lack of boss mechanics made them all feel way to similar. I also found multiplayer sometimes laggy for both pvp and pve. Some fights in the game just feel stupid, especially enemies with lots of wide arcing swings that attack continuously. Although this is hard it doesn’t feel like a “fun” fight. In terms of collecting weapons/gear most things i picked up were worse than what I had. i played most of the game using starting gear as the stats were worse on other gear.

Despite the large amount of negatives I felt they were really the only things holding it back 1 or 2 points. I’d recommend this game to someone who has never played a souls game before or if they have.

8.5/10 would recommend!

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There’s a ton of negatives to be said about the game and even moreso now that PA has been making super questionable class changes. Everyone, including myself, who plays the game is full of complaints after half of the patches. Gear progression especially past softcap is a rage enducing process that pretty much no one finds fun. So why recommend it?

The graphics, the sound, the way characters move and the combat system are incredible. But it doesnt feel like a shooter it feels more like a single player game. The story is interesting but the replay value is bad because you always start at the same place and pretty much grind the exact same stuff. Also the community tools are not very good the guild interface is clunky and being in a guild doesnt feel important. Black Ops 4 changes the genre, with all new battle royale mode, zombies and classic multiplayer… which you can get your free bo4 beta key here:

Because it’s mechanically the best FPS on the market and it’s super  hard to go back into your average tab targeting FPS after playing this. The game looks beautiful, the classes all feel different, the combat is the most fluid and interesting of any FPS by far, the PvP (when you get to it and PA doesn’t stuff up everything with balancing) is the most fun, etc.

The reason that the reviews are mixed and the majority of the playerbase comes across as self-loathing people who still play the game even though they paint the picture that literally every aspect of the game is full of suffering isn’t because the game is boring. It’s because the game is a grindy Korean casino simulator that happens to be the best feeling FPS on the market. It’s the fact that the developers have the capability of making this the perfect game but have no desire to do so because of the nature of the Korean FPS market that makes people upset. But as much as the playerbase whines, they still play. Call of duty will always be a great a no matter what.

Hyrule Warriors is it worth a buy? Or just get it for free like me!

This is an absolute must play for fans of survival games now. Earlier in early access this was a total shotshow, But this game has completely turned around to what i think might very well be the best survival game of this type right now.
My game time so far isn’t too long but i think i have a rather good grasp of the Hyrule Warriors for nintendo switch.
– It is fairly grindy and you will need to grind alot more recources than in rust or ark for the higher tier buildings.
– The Combat feels amazing now with flowing animations and entertaining killmoves. It’s simply impactful.
– The world feels massive and you will need to travel around alot as not every biome will have plenty of each resource. This makes the location of your base really important too.
– There is still a fair amount of bugs floating around but very few that really matters.
– The purge mechanic is kinda fun. Atleast when you play mostly PvE like me, but you might have a hard time finding one with it active, as alot of people seems to disagree with me there.
– One bit of advice: If you play PvE find a vanilla rates or close to vanilla rates server. High rates will leave you with a smaller sense of achievement when you finish building your base, weapons or armour which is a huge part of this game. This in time reduces the amount of fun you will be able to have in the long run and might shorten down your period of enjoyment with this game. Now can you get this game for free? Yes, you can… simply watch this video here: Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition for FREE which is working on nintendo switch and wiiu!

Game is coming along nicely.
I have confidence that it will be close to a proper game in another year. That’s more than can be said for many survival games.

I play using a private server, so the only real issues I have with the game are Nintendo related.
For example, even though I have over 60 hours in the game, everytime there’s a patch, Steam tells me I can’t play the game offline until I log in online at least once.

Definitely worth a buy if you love the hyrule series of games!

A Gamers Review of Minecraft


What is Minecraft?
Minecraft is a computer game that focuses your time on a few simple activities; mining, crafting, and surviving. You must mine specific materials in order to craft them into tools items to help you survive. The game is centered in a completely random world that is (for learning purposes) infinite in every direction. This randomly generated world has many features, such as unique biomes, many land features (such as mountains, hills, rivers, and oceans), and a completely random assortment of useful ores and items below ground level.

You may be asking yourself, Random Worlds? Mining ores and items? What is the difficulty in that? The answer is simple: mobs. There are a variety of mobs that roam this randomized world, many of which are friendly, and can help you survive; and many that are enemies, and will attempt to kill you, or in the case of a Creeper, blow you and your creations up. Enemy mobs usually come out at night, and some get destroyed once the sun comes up; but many will continue lurking around the world. One of the suggestions to survive contains making a house or fortress to protect you from these mobs, and have a safe place to store your items. You can also place a bed inside your house, and sleep during the night to prevent enemy mobs from spawning at all.

Minecraft has two types of gameplay, Singleplayer and Multiplayer. In singleplayer, you play by yourself to survive, which is nice for people who like games where you work independently. In the multiplayer, you can play on a server with either people you know, or your friends, and work together to survive. There are variations of these game types depending on what game modifications are installed, which can change the gameplay altogether, but that is outside the realm of this guide.

Tell me more!

Minecraft is made by an indie game company called Mojang headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. The main coder, and owner of Mojang, is named Markus Persson. The game is for sale, only available for purchase from the Minecraft website ( The game is not yet completed, currently in a Beta phase. Regardless, there are a few million people who have bought this game, and a few people who got it for free….. here watch this video if you want to play minecraft: how to get minecraft for free!

How do I win the game?

There is no end to the game, so there is really no way to win. The goal is to keep mining and getting ores and materials to craft tools and items. You can keep building up your house, and making it stronger against mobs. Eventually when you start to get bored of your creation, you can always start a new world and start from scratch!

Is there a way to try the game for free?

Yes and No. There is a free version available off Minecraft’s website, but it is the classic version, and is a very basic version of the actual game. The actual game of Minecraft has many more features, which is why I would recommend just buying the full game.

What do you think of the game overall?

Personally, I’ve spent hundreds of dollars on a wide variety of games from first person shooters to real time strategy, and I would say Minecraft has one of the best game mechanics of all of them. There is so much to the game, and you can play the game for hours and never lose interest over time, yet it is simple enough to not get confused. Not only is the game substantially fun, but it is also family friendly and safe because of its lack of blood and violence. It is one of the only games that connects you directly into the world you are playing in, and gives you total control to do just about whatever you want. As more features are being added to the game through updates, there is always a new form of gameplay to explore. I believe the games value is worth twice as much as Mojang is charging due to the updates and the expansiveness to the game. Overall, I believe this game is one of the most fun games I have played; and I feel it is a valuable piece to any gamers collection.

Grand Theft Auto 5 Review

  • The controls are laggy, taking what feels like seconds to register whatever you want it to do.
  • The UI is bad, health is in the bottom left corner and the map is too zoomed in to be useful, also at times you’re dependant on the map, staring at that same corner most of the game.
  • The menu design itself is ridiculously convoluted, and the loading times are unbearable, even on an SSD.
  • The world itself lacks interactivity (at times it feels like just a massive 3d sculpture).
  • The music as a whole is underwhelming (thank god for the custom playlist), for every good track you get a dozen bad ones.
  • The in game score is obnoxious as all hell, I didn’t turn off the radio just to have muzak slowly creep into my ears.
  • The “humour” is Simpsons bad – except they aren’t even telling jokes, it’s just stupid “genre savvy” expositional rants. (it was in GTA IV, and it wasn’t funny then). It makes it all the worse when you can’t skip the multiplayer cutscenes and the unfunny extended cast keep constantly calling you.
  • The gameplay dialogue is also repetitive AF (how many Mendoza’s are in Los Santos anyway?)
  • You need to enter the game (either online or single player) before you can even choose the type of multiplayer session you want to join…
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Other than that, it’s pretty good. The driving feels right no matter what vehicle you’re in and wherever you go, and San Andreas is great to just travel around, and the graphics are amazing even for a game this old. Ignore the weird design decisions and you’ll find a decent game here.

Being one of the best selling video games of all time, I felt that it is worthy of a review. Being honest (this actually probably goes to many people), GTA V is actually the only GTA game I’ve ever purchased. Although it is worthy of this, having the best visuals, biggest map, largest player base, and most detail. The story mode can be completed between 25-30 hours, and having 7 hours just of cutscenes! The story mode truly is like a complex movie, clearly grabbing inspiration from a handful of crime movies, such as ones directed by Scorsese. The story includes numerous complex characters who we connect to, seeing both their lives at home, and their lives as kickass criminals. Throughout the story you get a good amount of time playing whoever you want, although most of your time you actually will probably spend exploring around the map. The map as a whole is around 100 square miles, being one of the largest detailed game maps ever made. In single player mode, another thing many people find themselves doing on PC at one time or another is modding. Modding is not recommended by Rockstar by any means, and there is always the risk of being banned, but as long as you only mod in single player mode, you aren’t risking much (they only take online modding seriously and I highly discourage it). Modding single player is pretty awesome though allowing for so many new possibilities. You can use flying cars, you can become a superhero, change the course of time, etc. Although Online mode is where it’s at. In online mode you can do hundreds of missions and games with friends, and Rockstar is adding new content on a regular basis (making people question if there is a GTA VI in the making). In online mode one of the main status indicators are people’s vehicles. Most of the major updates involve cool vehicles, like winged motorcycles, Deloreans, underwater cars, etc. You can even own a yacht that is equipped with a helicopter, luxury motor boats, and jetskis. Multiplayer frequently is dominated by modders though, which can be interpreted as a good thing or a bad thing. Sometimes modders are only there to feel powerful and repeatedly mass kill everyone on the server, but sometimes they make it rain big bills and get you enough to buy that turreted car you were saving up for. GTA V Online never really gets old, even if you’ve done a lot. Even if you aren’t working on missions, you can have fun in the world of Los Santos doing pretty much whatever you want.

My Battletech Review (2018)

I’m having a blast with this game. Played Tabletop Battletech since the 80’s and this takes me back. So much fun. I’ve only been playing the campaign but so far it is great and a tad unforgiving, which is good, because it rewards you for your successess and is unforgiving when you fail.

Some folks seem to be having a lot of issues with the game itself, but it runs all right on my rig which isn’t crazy built out. I did have to turn down some of the graphics to medium since I have an older GPU (Radeon R9 200).

I haven’t run into bugs, but there are some long load times that encourage patience. I figure after a few patches, this will be right as rain and probably won’t ever leave my machine right alongside X-Com as a permanent addition.

I just played 12 hours, and my saves, which I made and even used at some point/reloaded etc… were all gone.

the game is incredibly tedious to play, it’s a long grind with very little reward. It is buggy as hell.

There is no difficulty slider, so if your OKAY with having 6 weapons have 90% chance to hit and they all miss, because of very poorly implemented random roll generator like percentages being rolled, akin to how bad X-COM can be sometimes, then maybe this game will be okay.

The tactics of the game are not as great as I had hope, it was a huge let down.

I do not recommend the game, because there is just too little to do, it is 99% just a 4 mech lance vs AI that take up 90% of the time playing with enforced graphics movements and time sinks.

The story is boring too, not very engaging, and none of your dialogue choices have or make any difference at all, so anyone thinking this is an RPG, is wrong, its more like reading a very long boring story book about MECHWARRIOR before it ever got interesting.

Aftre playing like 30 matches or so, I’ve started to cringe because of how repeatitive the maps are and how restrictive they are, the graphics are nothing to brag about but for some reason the game is soo poorly optimised, it uses 15GB of SYSTEM RAM and pushed my 080Ti to 99% usage and loading times, even on my RAID0 SM961’s are 100+ times slower than anyh game I’ve ever seen. My drives sequential tests show almost 8GB/s of through put and 75 on the 4k I/O’s so really with a i9-7980XE, this game should not be as slow as it is, but it’s like going back to the days of a pentium II using mechanical drives via IDE 133 speeds, which is a shame. However if you are guys do want to play this game, DO NOT PAY FOR IT!!!! You can get it for free…. how to get battletech free

God of War PS4 Review + Playing it for FREE!

I would consider God of War to be one of the better games of it’s series, not only because of it’s stellar mechanics and excellent gunplay, but because of a nice story that puts the main character, Jason, with who he is as a person and who he desires to be. To start off, the gunplay in God of War is absolutely fantastic. Everything from the weapon handling to one of the most satisfying weapons in all of first person shooters – the recurve bow – makes getting in gunfights with pirates and Hoyt’s militia nothing short of enjoyable. Also, the stealth aspects of this game are fanstastic, and the use of the takedowns and silent weaponry to quietly take out a base or a building in order to recieve more experience is a nice addition. What really makes me recommend this game as well is the excellent story. Jason, fueled by a desire to get his friends back, finds himself in a drug ridden, death defying, and insanity driving course that sees him become one of the leaders of the Rakyat, and ultimately makes the player make a crucial choice: does saving your friends and leaving the island seem like a better choice? The missions are enjoyable, and although you should probably play on the harder difficulties in order to keep the enemies lethal, it is awesome to see your character transition from a small student who had never shot a gun before, to an RPG-toting, death defying daredevil who stops at nothing to reach his goals, no matter who dies on the way there. Highly recommend this fantastic title.

God of War is an over the top open world action adventure game, where you make your way through the map taking over outposts. Fighting enemies with everything at your disposal from guns to bows, explosives, animals & vehicles.

The combat is very satisfying as you can plan out your attack and execute it, even if it doesn’t all go to plan you can still fight your way through. Now on too how you can play it for FREE! I watched this mans video on how to get god of war for free!

It has a great antagonist that is worth playing through the story alone.

Fortnite…. is this game changing the gaming industry?

I love the concept of a semi-realistic battle royale but fortnite misses the mark in spectacular fasion.

Firstly, (you live in a hole if you haven’t heard), this game has had some pretty chronic illnesses with hackers, as 10% of the total purchases of this game have been banned. Who knows how many hackers haven’t been banned… Brendan Greene both admits that “99.9%” of the banned accounts “originate in China”, and also considers any American who would like a teammate who speaks english “xenophobic”. I’m not xenophobic, I’m angry, and mostly at Brendan.

There is a soft region barrier now and that has cut down on the number of Chinese playing on the NA servers, but its hardly an improvement. Player base is so toxic at this point that nearly every plane ride is better left with the voice chat muted anyway. It’s painful. The latest update enabled 8-person squads in an event mode, and it’s been so bad that I was tempted to mute my own team on at least half of the events I ran.

What I’d like to see is a removal of the steam marketplace trading for vanity items, I believe this is the biggest reason we keep seeing so much hacker activity. Chinese players can buy the game for roughly 15 USD, and many, many vanity items sell for much more than that. At least removal of the pressure to continue coming up with new vanity items could allow devs to focus on some of the more glitchy aspects of gameplay. Which I don’t mind supporting the devs, it’s just that theres a glitch on how to get free v bucks video, I used this guide & got 13,500 v bucks for free every time I do it… definitely give it a go if you need free v bucks!

Lag has been significantly reduced, which is nice but overall still sucks until the survivor count drops enough. I’d guess that’s due to having 100 people duking it out in near proximity, but other 100-man battle royales don’t seem to suffer like this. Vehicle physics are terrible, and I’m not even sure if they are getting better or worse. Guns are getting patched so often it’s counter productive to even pick a favorite. Nevermind the occasion where you see the guy’s blood when you shot him but then in the replay you see he didn’t take any damage.

In my esteem, school and hacienda (central-map high-loot areas) don’t have much loot even though everyone goes there. Just enough for a lucky survivor some guaranteed guns-and-armor-ish. It’s a clear indicator to me that Brendan doesn’t like people playing this battle royale like square-jawed heroes. The rating system is heavily weighted for survivability and wins, while kill ratings aren’t valued much in the overall. I’m playing the battle royale because I want action, I don’t want to hide in a hole and spend thirty minutes to get into a single fight at the end of the game. That kind of gameplay is boring and anti-climactic for everyone save Brendan and my grandmother.

I’ve played fortnite enough that I got my 30$ out, but I’m eagerly awaiting the next non-cartoon battle royale so I can bid goodbye to China and Brendan alike. Hopefully I get a game that respects my right to play like a suicidal maniac, but I’m leaving asap regardless.

PUBG in a nutshell…

Woah, what’s that? Did you hear that? Could it be a Kar98k? Or a M24? Nope. That’s just a guy with a S12K shooting you from the town over. You sit in awe and mash the button to watch the death cam. There it is. You see ‘Xiaomeng27371’ kill you from across Erangel. You tremble and start muttering whilst in the fetal position.

You start to wonder why. What’s even the point of the chicken dinner? Why is it necessary to fight for something that isn’t there?

Then you click ready… and it happens again.

Suddenly, you start to shake feverishly. The taste of chicken is no longer of interest to you and you start thinking about a beef-heavy dinner instead. You see your trusty friend come online and he asks you to play. You comply.

You both queue up for a duo game. A bright sandy colored map glares from your monitor- you’re now in Miramar. You and your friend are excited to see what could possibly happen in this new hip map. You drop down to ‘Pecado,’ it looks like a relatively small city compared to ‘Los Leones,’ but then you look behind you. There must be atleast half the players in the servers in your trail, and ahead of you. You decide that you parachute to the casino.

How oddly coincidental that you chose that spot- it is quite literally a gamble. You find a weapon that doesn’t exist in the original map, the Win94. You are astonished, you have no idea what to expect and there’s no time to figure it out. Your friend is down, but not out by a guy with a P1911. You start loading the weapon, vaulting out of a window and start firing. You realize that the Win94 has some wind-up time to it. Your friend starts yelling at you in discord; your hands are shaking and he doesn’t have much time before he completely bleeds out.

You run the corner, headshotting the killer. He’s down, and you hear stampeding footsteps behind you. You turn around and dome the killer’s partner, killing both of them and knocking them out of the game.

You pick up your friend. A newfound trust is built between you. 40 left alive, and luckily, you are in the circle. You give your friend your only first aid kit and move on to the other complexes, completely geared up and ready to fight. 20 left, now.

The circle is a bit far, and you decide to take the minibus to the circle. It’s terrible. You could probably run faster uphill than it could. You decide to do so.

You finally reach the border of the circle with your friend, excited and anxious if anyone was following you two. 10 remain. You decide to coup up in a building and wait for the circle to shrink. People are getting killed by the circle, 8 left, 7 left, 6 left, and suddenly there was 4 remaining. It’s you, your friend, and maybe another duo, or two solo players. The circle decides that it will end up on the other side, far from you. You and your friend need to move. Your hands get sweaty. Time and space comes to a halt. Your homework is past due and your boss is angry at you for taking the day off. Nothing. Else. Matters.

You hear shots zoom past you, your heartrate jumps considerably high. You see the muzzle flash behind a bush, and you takeout your sniper and take a shot. His fortified helmet is broken and it’s one shot away from getting killed. Your friend takes a shot. He gets instantaneously killed.

“WE CAN DO THIS” said friend.

3 left. 2 versus 1.

The circle closes in.

It’s out in the open.

… You hear an audible click, on the opposite end of the circle. It’s a grenade.

You and your friend scramble to get away, turns out that one grenade turns into 5. Your friend is downed from 1, and killed by another. It’s one on one.

You take out your AR and pray that you get the kill as soon as you peek the corner. You approach the corner, and suddenly, you are killed. You scream as loud as the galaxy permits the decibels to escape the atmosphere of Earth. You mash the death cam as hard as you can. You watch carefully.

Apparently, your left most pinky toe stood out and you are killed.


You start complaining how this game is trash and the tick rate is garbage, and all this other technical jargon that you found on reddit and youtube. You slept in anguish that night.

You start up and play again the next morning with the same friend.

Although the game is fun, it is TRASH. BLUEHOLE needs to take all these millions and put it into anti-cheat… Every single game there is a hacker running around ruining the game with their aimbot and esp cheats. They are just getting new account from this video: this guy called ryzatv can get pubg free on steam…. that’s how they do it.

Here’s my full review:

Ok, to begin this, I am going to be honest, I don’t play the game anymore and barely have enough hours to say anything compare to all of my friends however from the time I have had on here, here is my opinion on the game. So to begin, guns are pretty realistic in this game but a lot of bullet damage is either to over powered or useless. Servers constantly have issues which can get really annoying. Winning is okay but you should get a little bit more of a reward like a random case instead of just 1000 coins. The Chinese people migrating because of hackers is really annoying and the Devs are trying to scare hackers but are failing. The real issue with this game is, it’s repetitive. The majority of my friends quit playing this game within there first 50-100 hours. The whole games feel exactly the same and it’s either you get sniped, killed in a close quarter range, or are near the end and die. You won’t understand until you try it out. It’s like a cigarette, the first few cigarettes are amazing, then they lose the feeling it gives when you smoke. Kinda like a rush of dopamine levels in your brain that make you happy but then you strive to get to that point again by winning or playing but it never gets to that point again. Game is repetitive said and done, I know I play a lot of gmod, but this game was a one hit wonder, try fort it’s instead, easier to run, free, and it actually feels like a whole new gaming experience, believe it or not I even like unturned’s 24 player arena mode better, I hope they add more to that. Well good luck.

Sims 4 Review

if i could import playtime hours from other consoles, i’d probably be in the thousands. that being said, the console (specifically XBox) has a horrific game breaking bug so im glad i made the switch to PC

ahhh, the Sims. the love of my life and the bane of my existence. ive sunk nearly 700 hours into this game, and have hundreds more logged into the XBox version back when i was younger as Desperate. what’s to say about this game? well, for starters, it’s way better than Sims 4, so jot that down. Sims 4 may have the graphics, updated animations, and looks, but Sims 3 has all the charm, customization, versatility, and open world. Sims 3 has long loading times, but you only ever get one big loading screen for a whole world, as opposed to a gajillion small loading screens.

I’ve been in love with the Sims series for a long time. i’m a sucker for character customization in games, and Sims 3 is basically “Character Customization: The Game”. I guarantee at least 50 of my game play hours are JUST me making tweaks to my Sims. and, indeed, making Sims is almost an art form. as you play the game and get a better feel for what looks good and doesn’t, you’ll find yourself going back to update old looks.

i will say though, the vanilla base is fun to play and versatile on its own, owning the right expansion pack is what kicks it up a notch from good to great. i personally recommend Supernatural for Baby’s First Expansion Pack, if youre into vampire husbands and occassional zombie infestions paired with a lovely gothic aesthetic and chairs wearing corsets for some reason. if that doesn’t appeal to you, try Into The Future, for all your solarpunk desires, weird hairdos, bizarre picasso clothes, and expansive questline needs. Pets is another popular expansion, but i would not make it your first, personally, as the pets are a bit buggy. unless, of course, you like when mr fluffles turns into an extended slenderman polygon abomination. i own Pets and it’s good fun, but it adds another layer of micromanagement i often forget to bother with (oops).

pros of game:
+character creation
+character creation
+character creation
+can make a self insert and have them date your fave fictional character
+make a hideous goblin and breed it until it has pretty babies
+the modding scene is huge, active, and full of fun stuff to install (caveat: always back up your game. a wonky mod can cause pretty nasty side effects)
+the micromanaging is super friendly to control freaks like me. pause and fast forward whenever you like!
+character creation
+healthcare is free, accidental pregnancy isnt a thing, there’s no racism or misogyny, life is good
+the expansion packs only add more layers of fun gameplay and quest lines

cons of game:
-microtransactions, anybody?
-still full price for some ungodly reason despite being old as balls and the sequel being out
-expansion packs are also full price
-stuff packs are not worth it. I’ve waffled on buying them solely to say i own every expansion but decided against it. some expansion packs are also expensive-seriously the micro transactions in this game
-WHY IS IT STILL FULL PRICE IT’S BEEN YEARS, EA (by the way – RyzaTV has a video on how to get sims 4 free)
-if you hate micromanagement, you will hate this game
-game is HUGE, will eat all your disk space and CPU, and has the nerve to ask for more
-i run this on a (decent but not gaming oriented) laptop, so maybe this is just my computer being a stupidhead, but it still chugs on me on the lowest settings, so be warned
-the character customization can be overwhelming for a new user

i recommend this game to:
+people who love roleplaying
+people who love micromanagement
+people who LOVE character customization
+people who enjoy silly games without much violence or conflict
+people who love messing around and doing dumb stuff like recreating shrek but with the Sims

stay away from this game if:
-microtransactions are a deal breaker for you
-you hate micromanaging
-you don’t care for character customization
-your computer overheats easily
-you crave action, conflict, and fast-paced stories. the stories in Sims 3 affect me about as much as a gentle breeze, and im the emotional sort

A good game, has good and bad aspects, but personally i would get it on sale because why the shint is this game still full price

8.5/10 please help me