The Sims 4: Love and Loss

In my latest update of my first playthrough of The Sims 4 on Virtual Bastion, I think I finally learned the nature of the game’s life simulator-ness. And just like in real life, I found that not paying attention doesn’t pay off, especially in remembering the friends I never knew Peeps had. Ah, well.

VIRTUAL BASTION

This is an ongoing series about my experience playing The Sims 4 for the first time. For other previous posts in the series, click here (part 1), here (part 2), and here (part 3).


If Peeps seemed to be something of a mild, computer-addicted introvert in her twenty-somethings, middle-aged Peeps is proving to be something else entirely! As well, that no matter how old someone gets, “awkward” cannot be escaped, especially when someone like me — a self-proclaimed impatient and unobservant video game player — helms the controls. (Wait, what?) Case in point: remember Cooper? He was a nice gentlemen whom Peeps met over the course of various outings to the park. Well, after another few nice social gatherings… 

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