Coming on May 30th, The Sims 4 will be releasing another game pack called Parenthood. Which makes me really excited with the relatively recent release of toddlers. And I've been finding raising children and teenagers to be rather basic as of late. Especially as I loved in The Sims 3 there was generations that allowed for school dances and pimples. Because why not make it more realistic. So what's all included in this game pack? I'm basing all of this around the trailer released by developers on their official YouTube channel.
I love playing Dragon Age: Inquisition if you can't tell as the past several posts have all been dedicated to the game. And mainly that's just because I've been playing it almost non-stop lately whenever I get a moment to just relax. Sure I've been playing other games to record for YouTube, but the game of choice to load up and play is Dragon Age: Inquisition. One thing that's not mentioned when you want to go into an area is what the recommended level is. Some are not available right away but once you get to Skyhold every location is available with purchase of power, but it doesn't tell you the recommended level you need to be in order to handle the area.
One of my favorite RPG games of all time has to be Dragon Age: Inquisition. Which is the third installment of the Dragon Age series, where choices in the previous games change the lore ever so slightly but not enough where the three can't be played separately. The previous games took place in a relatively small area that hinted at a large world, but in Inquisition you are shown the true scale of the world called Thedas.
This month's Lootgaming crate was all about power armor and defeating evil with items from Overwatch, Injustice 2, Halo and South Park: The Fractured But Whole! And the box unfolded to create a Loot Box from Overwatch. This month I also decided I would film the unboxing. If you are curious about LootGaming by Loot Crate, it is $25 a month and has between 4-6 items inside estimated around $60 in value.
If you're watching my Dragon Age Inquisition playthrough, you'll probably know I'm not a fan of Solas. There are very few characters that I have such negative thoughts or feelings of in this game. Loghan is one and Solas is the other. They both has the choice to do one thing and decided to betray instead. Anders though I don't agree with his decision at the end of Dragon Age II, I can understand it. But Solas, on the other hand his decision bothers me the most.
I thought it would be a fun idea to rank the companions in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Because I definitely have my favorites that I always bring around with me when I'm traveling throughout Thedas. So why not rank them from most to least?! Now for storyline, I would put them in a different order just as Solas seriously would be on top then. But I'm ranking them in how often I'm putting them in my party. And to be honest The Iron Bull and Cassandra tie for how often they come with me. But if I ever bring Dorian with then you know The Iron Bull is coming, as I love their banter.
If you're watching my Dragon Age: Inquisition let's play, this is sort of a spoiler but I did admit I was going to have them get together. Them being the Inquisitor and Cullen. And mainly this is my favorite romance option with the Inquisitor as the two of them are just so awkward together it's adorable. Plus out of all the companions that you can romance with, I find these two just work the best. Unless you're playing as a guy then I'm totally go going after Dorian or Josephine.
love doing new hairstyles and trying to do more complicated looks. And a lot of the inspiration I take when creating a new look come from television shows. Especially ones where the characters have a lot of braids in their hair. Some shows that I love watching that have amazing braided hairstyles are the following: The 100, Vikings, and Game of Thrones. Now for my everyday hair, I don't go to the extreme they do but I take inspiration from them.