I’ve never been a reader of “legacies.”
Hell, I didn’t even know about the things until I started this site; to say I stuck to my own game is an understatement.
Once I learned what a legacy actually was, I was shocked people would actually sign-up to play their game with no cheats. Never use “motherlode?!”
Really? Who does that?
The devil. That’s who.
For those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about:
The Legacy Challenge is a long, 10-generation challenge where you start out with a single founder and very humble beginnings and try to lead the family to fame, fortune and success over the course of 10 generations.[Source]
And then I found Koel Sims. I know it’s not the only legacy–there must be about a bazillion of them out there–and it’s not the best out there–but I fancy it a hell of a lot–but reading the most recent entries has made me want to play my game again. And that means giving up Skyrim for a bit. [Read my Kmart Gamer review of Skyrim here.]
Just reading this post about Pets made me want to stop reading half way and start playing Pets again.
There’s something about seeing a Sims 3 game pieced together, with the boring parts taken out, that inspires me.
I can take some awesome pictures.
I can make an interesting Sim.
I can refrain from cheating.
OK. That last one was a blatant lie.
Do read legacies? Do they make you want to play your game more?
I’ve got an itch and it’s called The Sims 3 Pets and I’m pretty sure the only thing I can do is scratch it.