20 Questions With Myself (x2…)

For today’s blog post, I wanted to do something light, something fun. I had a job interview earlier today, so it’s taken a lot of energy from me the last few days, as I get nervous and overthink things, and I was sat here thinking, since I’ve not prepared a post over the weekend, what can I do that I’ll enjoy doing? And as I was scrolling on Twitter, I came across one of those “for every like, I will answer one question” posts. I’ve re-posted those a few times, sometimes I’ve got two or three likes, most of the time I haven’t gotten any likes at all. But I enjoy answering questions, so I thought why not turn it into a blog post! Those who want to read and learn some things about me can do that, and even if no one reads it, I’ll have fun filling it out! So, here we go!

1. Who was your last text from?

On messenger, my friend Charlotte. On WhatsApp, my boyfriend Matt. Actual phone text message, a Norwegian grocery shop called Kiwi.

2. Who was your last call from?

The man who interviewed me earlier today. I sadly don’t remember his name…

3. What is your worst habit?

Probably the amount of time I spend on my phone, when doing other things like watching TV, movies, or YouTube. I can prevent it by using Forest and blacklisting all the apps again, but I get very bored and fidgety, I want to be doing mindless things like playing games or scrolling on Instagram.

4. How many people have you dated?

I’ve had 5 boyfriends, plus 2 that I knew online but I never got to meet them in person before we stopped talking, plus 3 or 4 that didn’t turn into relationships.

5. What is your favourite TV series that you have watched?

Grey’s Anatomy and Criminal Minds. I never get tired of re-watching them, and they’ve been with me literally half my life (I was 13-14 when I started watching them, I’m 26 now, turning 27 later this year).

6. What is the last song you listened to?

I actually have no clue. I mainly listen to music on Spotify on my phone, and I have Spotify Free, so I can only skip 6 songs per hour, so I make a point of finishing a song and pausing right at the start of the next one, so that next time I want music I don’t have to start in the middle of a song (or waste a skip). The next song up though, is Otherside by Red Hot Chili Peppers.

7. Do you want to get married? 

Someday, yes. I’m in no rush. But I also want to be married before I have kids, so I guess biologically I am in a little bit of a rush!

8. Does talking about sex make you uncomfortable?

Not at all.

9. Would you ever share a bath with someone?

I don’t know, to be honest. It’s one of those things that looks romantic in films, but I imagine it would be awkward in real life. Most tubs are not made for two adults! It’s the same as with showering with someone – sounds like a good idea until you’re actually doing it, and you have to keep walking around each other to get to the water…

10. What is your favourite animal?

Owls, but I’ve never hung out with one so I don’t know what they’d be like as pets. I’m currently living with 3 cats, and I adore them to bits!

11. Would you ever smoke weed?

I’m not opposed to weed where it’s legal, but I don’t particularly want to inhale things that aren’t fresh air…

12. What is your favourite way to wear your hair?

All the ways. Straight, curly, braided, bun, ponytail, french twist… It really depends on my mood for the day! Most of the time if I don’t wear it down, I put it in a high ponytail though.

13. Who was the last person you had a deep conversation with?

My boyfriend.

14. What are your favourite bands/singers?

Oh god that’s a hard one… I don’t listen to a lot of music at the moment, and it’s mainly just random songs here and there, not complete albums or anything. According to the Spotify Wrapped 2018, I think All Time Low and Ed Sheeran were the two most played bands/artists, I also really love Simple Plan, they’re like an all-time favourite, same with Breathe Carolina… Taylor Swift is also pretty high, but I haven’t listened to anything after her 1989 Album.

15. What is your relationship status?

I’ve been in one since late 2015.

16. What is your sexuality?

Straight.

17. What are your initials (including middle names?)

J. K. V. I always thought the K name was my middle name, until my mum gave me my birth certificate last year and it turned out I have two first names, no middle name!

18. Would you kiss the last person you kissed again?

Person, or cat? Yes to both! (I kiss the cats on top of their heads a lot eheh).

19. Who is the most attractive celeb?

Oh fuck if I know. I don’t really have a celebrity crush, haven’t had one for years…

20. Do you/would you ever drink alcohol?

I’m gonna answer this with a quote from Game of Thrones: “That’s what I do. I drink, and I know things.” – Tyrion Lannister

21. What makes you happy?

So many things! Cats, my support system of people, cute animal pictures and videos online, some TV shows, an essential oil called “Joy”, reading, playing games like Two Point Hospital and Anno, doing my makeup…

22. What are you like when you’re drunk?

It depends. Most of the time, giddy, happy, cute. A couple of times I’ve had the alcohol hit me the wrong way and I’ve become mean or upset, but those aren’t the majority of times fortunately!

23. Would you rather live without music or TV?

TV, easy. Even though I don’t listen to a lot of music right now, and I am watching quite a bit of TV, I can totally live without it. I have done for some stretches of time, like when my family went camping, or on school trips. With music and good company, I didn’t miss having a TV at all.

24. Do you like people playing with your hair?

YES.

25. What traits do you find attractive in someone?

Altruism. Being passionate about something. Treating people kindly, even strangers. The ability to make people around them feel good.

26. Would you kiss someone of the opposite gender?

We already covered this when I said I’m straight, didn’t we? But yeah the answer is yes :’)

27. Do you feel awkward during silences when with someone?

That really depends on the person and the context. But just the fact that it’s silent doesn’t bother me. Comfortable silences exist. But yeah sometimes it can be awkward too, of course…

28. How long did your longest relationship last?

3 years, 5 months, 8 days, and counting.

29. Would you ever become a vegetarian?

I haven’t eaten meat since July 13th, 2007. I never gave up fish, but I could really easily do that do be honest, I don’t enjoy it much, apart from sushi, but vegan sushi can be really good too!

30. Do you think aliens exist?

I believe we are the aliens to others… The word literally just means foreigner, whether we’re talking country or planet. Do I believe we’re the only life in the universe? Hell no. If our planet can sustain life, surely there must be others. I don’t particularly believe they’re green tentacled monsters, that’s a human imagination, but I think it’s highly likely life like our own exists somewhere else. Maybe at a different developmental stage from us, either behind or beyond… Or maybe life forms our human brains are incapable of imagining. Maybe it’s like in The Guardians of the Galaxy, with people and creatures in all shapes and colours. Who knows!

31. How many people have you kissed?

Oh god. Uhm… Nine or ten, I think?

32. Favourite school subject?

It changed a lot throughout school, but I went on to study English in university, mainly because of the amazing teachers I had in the subject in secondary school!

33. Do you have a lot of friends?

I’ve never had a lot of friends. At this point in my life, I probably have more than I ever have, because I’ve become more secure in who I am and who I want to have in my life. I have two really good friends from university, a couple of friends from school that I talk to sometimes, a handful of really close friends online, and there are people I’m friendly with, that I would probably still hang out with if we were in the same physical place… But no, I wouldn’t say a lot, but I’m very happy with the ones I have! ❤

34. Where in the world would you like to visit?

My dad once said, “there isn’t a place invented that you don’t want to visit, Julie” and he’s right. Very high on the list right now, of places I haven’t visited, are New York, Tokyo, and Bali.

35. Do you have trust issues?

Sometimes. I guess my main one is trusting people to do their part/do what they’ve said they will, due to a lot of bad experiences with that in the past, and I’d much rather prepare for them to fail just in case, so that all doesn’t go to hell, than blindly trust  everyone to not let me down. When it comes to personal things like secrets and confiding, I don’t really have a lot of those things, and depending on the situation I have different people in my life to talk to that I trust wouldn’t blabber or judge me, that I trust would help me if I needed it, or just let me vent at them should that be what I require.

36. What is your favourite season?

Any that isn’t cold. But for the most part, early autumn. I don’t like really hot summers, I don’t like undressing really, I’m most comfortable in jeans, but late spring and early autumn are really good, when the temperature is nice and I can pretty much wear whatever I want! Winter is too cold, and I’m really sensitive to it. It’s currently about 10 degrees Celsius, and I’m wearing a wool tank-top underneath my fluffy Primark knitted jumper, and three pairs of socks on my feet… And my hands are so SO cold right now!

37. Would you ever have kids?

Someday, yes. A few years ago I couldn’t imagine it. I’m a lot closer to being able to picture myself as a mum now, but I’m not quite there yet…

38. Twitter or Facebook?

Twitter. For sure. I spend hours on there a day, probably, but I might drop by Facebook once a week or so. I mainly use that for messenger, but you don’t even need to have an active Facebook account for that anymore. I did deactivate it for a couple of months about a year ago… It was so nice, once I’d “detoxed” from it!

39. Do you still speak to your first crush?

That was in like year 6 of school so no. I don’t even know where in the world he is now.

40. Do you believe in luck/miracles?

Luck, definitely, yes. I don’t have a lot of it… Miracles… I’m not sure. I’ve not had one happen to me. I guess they could be kinda tied, for example if there is a car crash, it can be a miracle that no one died, but it’s also really lucky/fortunate… So I guess yeah, I do! I just don’t have much experience with it!

 

That’s all for this time! What have you been up to lately?

xoxo

Julie

 

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Two Point Hospital

As some of you may know, especially if you follow me on twitter, I got slightly addicted to this game when it came out last year. Since then, new DLC has been made available – The Bigfoot DLC which came out in December, and Pebberley Island which will be out later this month! In writing moment, I’ve spent 260 hours in the game; it’s fair to say I love it. So with the new DLC coming out, I wanted to write a little bit about this game, why I love it, and why I think you should give it a try! There may be spoilers – consider yourself warned!

What is Two Point Hospital?

It is a strategy and building game set in a fictional world, where you build and manage a hospital. You have to build and decorate the rooms and hallways, hire staff, train staff, research treatment for new diseases, market your hospital, and ideally try to not go into debt while doing it.

Don’t worry though, you start off easy. If someone who doesn’t identify with the term “gamer” can do it, anyone can! Once you get a star, (the first out of three for each hospital), you unlock one or two new hospitals you can go play in. Personally I prefer getting all three stars before moving on to the next. You get some objectives you need to complete in order to get the stars, such as curing X number of patients, increase your hospital attractiveness to Y %, or get an overall hospital value of Z. Sometimes the objectives to get the next star change completely, other times they are an increase of the previous ones.

Here’s the initial trailer for the game, so you can see for yourself:

Why do I love this game so much?

The simple answer: It’s a lot of fun! The names of the illnesses, treatment rooms, and machines are hilarious, for starters. The intercom has a lot of amusing comments (“There’s a fire. There shouldn’t be a fire,” and “Please, try not to slip in the sick,” to mention a couple), as does the radio host! The music is so addictive you will not be able to get it out of your head. Each new hospital gets increasingly more difficult in my experience, and therefore you kind of get addicted to completing the next one, as you’ve already done the previous ones! There are more illnesses, patients will come in faster demanding more rooms to be built more quickly, the staff is less qualified so you have to train them up, you might start out in debt or with less money, or you might get less money because you’re in a poor area, or you might need to remember to either put down radiators or air conditioners everywhere, depending on the climate! So: it’s fun, and it’s addictive, and it’s the first video game I’ve really loved as an adult! As a child, one of my absolute favourite games was Legoland, where you’d build a Lego theme park and you’d get new rides for each park and you had to decorate and make paths and achieve objectives – basically a lot like this game, so it’s really no wonder why I like it so much!

I do want to write a little bit about what I’ve learned and some tips and tricks, but before that, I want to include the trailer for the first DLC that came out, that you can buy and play right now in addition to the original game: Bigfoot!

Julie’s Top 20 Tips and Tricks for Two Point Hospital

  1. Start slowly. Don’t build everything at once. Don’t build rooms until they are requested, and even then, it’s okay to send home patients you don’t have treatment rooms for. It’s better to start off with one or two treatment rooms and get patients treated there, before you start building all the others.
  2. Double function rooms: Remember that rooms such as the Ward, Psychiatry, and later the DNA lab, function BOTH as diagnosis rooms AND as treatment rooms! I usually build one of these next, when GP and General Diagnosis fail to provide sufficient diagnoses (I often forget about the Cardiology, oops!).
  3. Turn up your prices. It’s okay to have a bad reputation at first. Increasing the price of everything in your hospital will bring you more cash per patient that’s willing to pay (in my experience most of them will). Additionally, it will lower your reputation which means your hospital won’t be flooded with patients while you’re training your doctors and nurses.
  4. Research cash. As soon as I can hire a doctor with one research qualification, I invest in a research lab, even if it only has one or two items in it, and start researching cash. It costs 1000 to start, but you get 20.000 back at the end! That’s enough to build several of the smaller diagnosis rooms and GP offices, or almost enough to build the starter treatment rooms!
  5. Go back to your old hospitals with built up research labs and highly qualified staff, and research the new illnesses there! Especially the upgrades and advanced upgrades of the machines – it will save you so much time, and you can keep your one lowly qualified researcher focused on getting us more money!
  6. Keep an eye on your staff, especially when hiring new ones. You want to look at what they’re qualified to do sure, but also look at their traits – you want to avoid “nasty” and “unhygienic” at all cost. I’d rather hire someone with fewer qualifications and train them up, than hire people with those traits, because you cannot change the traits.
  7. Hire – Train – Fire. Especially in the beginning of a new hospital, you hire who you can get. A lot of the time, that will mean doctors and nurses with many different skills. Nurses, for example, might have 1 ward, 1 diagnostics, 1 treatment, 1 happiness, and a blank slot. I generally try to avoid hiring these, but sometimes you have to. They’re also great to use to teach these skills to other nurses, but once I start getting ones specialised in ward only, diagnosis only, treatment only, I tend to get rid of these multi-purpose ones, because they take longer to diagnose patients, don’t reach as high of a diagnosis certainty, and more often fail at treating patients, bringing your death ratio up.
  8. Circling back – make sure your specialised staff only works in those rooms – you can manage this in the “staff” tab – you don’t want someone with level 5 diagnosis working in a treatment room! Also invest in specialising your staff – the higher level they are, the faster they work, and more accurately do they diagnose patients, and the more successful they are at treating them.
  9. The overview tab. I had no clue what to do with this for the longest time. But one thing that is useful, if you go to overview, and then to patients – you can tell them to go immediately to treatment when they reach a certain percentage of diagnosis certainty – so 90% or 85% or whatever you choose really. I recommend doing that, because the patients go back to GP between every diagnosis room, even when they reach 100%, just for the GP to tell them where to go, and that generates longer queues. In this tab you can also select how often/long your staff breaks are and how many can go on a break at one, which might be handy to manage!
  10. Keep queues down. This is kind of obvious, really, but your patients are generally healthy when they arrive at the hospital. The longer they have to wait for GP, diagnosis, and treatment, the lower their health gets, and the more dead people you’ll have. Another way to help them not to lose their health so fast, is make sure there is seating and entertainment near all the rooms – if they are bored, they will wander, and whoever is number 1 in queue for the Pans Lab, for instance, might be on the other side of the hospital reading a magazine when the room becomes free, and then they have to walk all the way back to the treatment room, losing time and health in the process.
  11. Keep patients happy! Make sure they always have access to food, drink, toilet, and entertainment. If they get too upset, they will storm out of the hospital and you will not get money from them, and your reputation will go down. This also ties in with queues – if they are kept waiting too long, they will also leave in protest. This will affect your cure rate negatively, if that is one of the objectives to get the next star.
  12. Accept emergencies – if you have the room and staff for it. Even if you don’t complete it in time, you still get money for curing each patient. And if there is a queue for that room, pay attention when they arrive and bump them up to the front of the queue. More often that not this will make you succeed and you get some extra cash.
  13. Send patients home – I don’t like doing this, but it has proven effective when struggling to achieve a cure rate of a specific percentage. I’ll sort them by health, and send the lowest ones home. If you send them home before they rage quit, it doesn’t affect your stats. If they die or storm out, it does.
  14. Promote your staff! Even if you are in debt, always promote your staff. If you can afford to give them a raise higher than what they ask for, do it. It’ll keep them happy, working harder and better, and that’ll keep your hospital running smoothly. Sometimes you’ll get a letter that a specific staff member is threatening to leave – usually sending them on a break and giving them a raise helps the issue. Sometimes you’ll get a popup that “some of our staff are unhappy” – then go to the staff tab, click the $ button, give them raises and send them on break. You can see a little smiley face next to each person’s salary that indicates how happy they are, and you want to keep it neutral (yellow) or happy (green). Avoid the red by raising the salaries!
  15. Avoid loans! There are some times when loans are necessary. For example (SPOILER) there is one hospital that is in debt when you start out, and you HAVE to take out a loan, and another where you don’t earn any money from patients, and a loan might be necessary in the beginning. However, a lot of the time, you can work your way out of debt again without a loan. And the loans have interest so you have to keep paying them more and more money. What I recommend instead, is sit back with a cup of your favourite hot beverage, speed up the game, and pay attention to the monthly income and expenses for a bit! Specifically, you want to make sure that the expenses go down, so you might be -50K in revenue one month, but the next one you’re only -35K, and that means you’re headed in the right direction. Ideally you want it to get back up to positive numbers, and voila, you’ll be out of debt with no loans necessary! Once you hit -250K though, you do get a bankruptcy warning, that your hospital will go bankrupt if you reach… either -300K or -500K, I don’t remember. I’ve never actually gone bankrupt, but I have restarted hospitals because I kept going more and more into debt every month and I got really close.
  16. Use staff to train staff. The outside teachers are good, they don’t remove any additional staff from your workforce, but they’re also expensive. I recommend using them to train a qualification no other staff member has, and then using that staff member to train others. This way, you can also keep training your staff even when you’re in debt, because it isn’t costing you anything. And even if queues grow a bit while your staff is in training, once they’re done they’ll be so much faster and better at their job it’ll be worth it! Another thing to note is that training is necessary to keep staff happy, so make sure you balance out and get everyone trained, not just the doctors and nurses!
  17. Decorate! Wherever possible, you should aim to put up posters, art, and plants for you staff and patients to enjoy. This will keep them happier! Also make sure to place bins everywhere, especially near the vending machines, but also in random places – ill patients throw up in them instead of on the floor, etc. This means less work for your janitors and the other patients aren’t affected by it the way they are if it’s on the floor. This will also help when you get reporters or visitors to your hospital! If they are impressed, you get money and reputation points, but if they are not impressed, they give us a bad reputation, which is bad.
  18. Keep tabs on treatments – you’re likely to find that some rooms perform much better than others. Recurvery, for example, has a very high success rate if the nurse/doctor (I can’t remember which) has at least 2 treatment qualifications (and even more so once the machine is upgraded to the top level). However, I find that the Fracture Ward usually kills a lot of my patients in some hospitals, and I tend to postpone building one until I have highly qualified staff. And then I’ll set the top ward nurses to work in fracture ward only, since the regular ward does better even with less qualified staff. Also, don’t forget you can set more than one person to work in these rooms at a time! This is true for ward, fracture ward, research, marketing… Anyway, you can check the statistics for individual rooms by selecting the room and you get a popup on the right-hand side of the screen!
  19. Spread things out. It might be tempting, especially when you’re further into the game and you’ve purchased more plots and you have more space, to reorganise your entire hospital. One mistake I’ve made, is to have ALL my GP offices in one place, right next to the reception. This created a lot of chaos, as everyone coming into the hospital stayed in one place, and everyone coming back from diagnosis to see the GP again also returned to this one building. Bad idea! The janitors were unable to pick up trash or clean because there were too many people! Instead, what I recommend is to space things out. Have a couple of GP offices, some diagnosis, some treatment, and then some more GPs. I like to put reception desks in every new plot I purchase, and some GPs nearby, and then spread out the treatment and diagnosis rooms after that. It might be more chaotic, and maybe a little less realistic than a real life hospital, but I find it makes the game run much smoother as people are more evenly spread out. If the plot is huge, however, like the Castle one, it pays to have multiple of the rooms (and enough staff, of course), as the patients won’t have to walk as far to get to the nearest one, and it keeps them from losing health by walking all over your hospital as well. Oh and lastly, I find that putting staff break rooms, research, marketing, and toilets all in-between the diagnosis and treatment rooms also helps keep people from clogging the halls too much! (Please remember that staff rooms and toilets only NEED to be 2×3, so you CAN make many tiny ones rather than huge ones here and there, it’ll help a lot, especially in small areas!).
  20. Don’t be afraid to restart if things go south. I already kind of mentioned this in tip number 15, but it doesn’t just apply to loans. If you’re not happy with how you’ve laid out your hospital or you feel like you made a mistake, or just that you can do better, there’s no shame in restarting the level. Remember that it’s only a game. You don’t lose anything from restarting. It’s a lot better to restart and have fun than to keep playing in a hospital you’re unhappy with! I’ve restarted about half of the hospitals, at least 3 of them because I ran into debt I couldn’t get out of. One of them was because I kept playing long after I got the 3rd star, and I just ran it into the ground. I didn’t want to keep having a hospital that was in debt on my map, even though I had all the others to play, so I spent a day or a weekend redoing that one!

Lastly, let’s have a look at the new DLC coming out in one week from today: Pebberley Island!

 

I personally am so excited for this, and I might write an update/review at a later point in time!

I’m off to play some more Two Point Hospital now, I might start a new save from scratch so I can use my skills and knowledge to make better hospitals from the start… Or I might play sandbox mode! I don’t know yet. What I do know is I’m gonna have fun!

Let’s talk in the comment section below!

xoxo

Julie

 

Anno 1800 – Beta test

From January 31st through February 4th, I was lucky enough to get to beta test the game Anno 1800 – a city builder strategy game set in the 19th century. This is a game I came across a few months ago on youtube when watching videos about upcoming city building games, and the trailer was in multiple compilations, and I thought it looked really good and it made me really want to play the game! I did watch a few people play earlier Anno games on youtube as preparation so that I knew a little bit about what I was getting myself into, mainly Anno 1404 but also Anno 2070 and a tiny bit of Anno 2205, which are the three last games to come out in the series. Despite 1404 being the oldest of these 3, I actually liked the look of it better than the futuristic 2070 and 2205, but that might just be because I love history and I didn’t connect with the futuristic buildings in the same way. So I was really excited about 1800 coming out this year, a game set in the past, but with today’s graphics and all. And I was lucky that I got to play the beta for a few days, especially now that the release has been delayed from February to April!

You can watch the gamescom trailer for Anno 1800 here, and the trailer for the beta that I got to play here!

I haven’t played any of the other Anno games before, this was a series I hadn’t heard of until I saw the trailer for 1800. I also don’t self-identify as a “gamer”, I just like playing some games from time to time, and I can get sucked in and get addicted and play a game non stop for hours or even days, which is exactly what happened over the few days I got to play this game. Having never played an Anno game before, I prepared by watching a few youtube videos, and there are people out there who have been making videos while playing the beta as well. I particularly like League of Ungentlemanly Warfare, but I also know Geekism has been playing it, and others as well, you can just search for “Anno 1800 beta” on youtube and you’ll find them! I also had to start over a few times, as I wasn’t entirely sure what I was doing and I tried and failed a little, but ultimately I’m very happy I got to play this free beta and test out the game, so I know for a fact I will want to buy it when the game comes out!

Bottom line is, I really enjoyed playing Anno 1800. I enjoyed learning how the game works, working my way up from farmers to workers and eventually to artisans, which was the top upgrade level in the beta, although I know there will be more in the full game. I enjoyed learning how to set up trade routes and using multiple islands to maximise the space and potential of each – for example, I ended up moving all my animal farms to separate farming islands as my city grew, and the majority of my food farms as well, although those are dependant on finding islands with the right fertility.

I started playing single player to learn the basics of the game, and then my boyfriend and I started a multiplayer game together. We then started another multiplayer game with a third person, and I got really far into that! I also had a second single player game at this point, but I liked the three person multiplayer game better as I’d gotten a lot further over 2 days of playing it. On the last day, I actually started from scratch in a 3rd single player game, and I plated on full speed for about 11 hours. I got very far into the game, but I could not get my expedition ships to find the new world. Every time, it turned into a zoological expedition or I lost the ship or it returned early. So I didn’t get to discover the new world and I was unable to provide my artisans with all their needs and wants. However, I got very good at playing the old world, in my own opinion, and these are skills I will take with me into the full version of the game when it releases. Hopefully I’ll be able to reach the new world then!

Between now and then, I want to go back and watch as much beta play by others as I can, to try and learn from their skills, ideas, and mistakes (because we all make them, there’s no denying that). Specifically, I want to focus on city layouts, and learn from what they do, and also how they utilise the parks and other decor to make their cities pretty. I also want to learn how the use the different beaches to maximise functionality as well as beautification – because I want to be able to create functional islands, as well as beautiful ones. And any other tips and tricks I can pick up as well…

I want to leave you with a little slideshow of pictures I took from the main island of my last single player game, to show what I was able to do. I know it’s not the best, that things aren’t even, and that I have a lot to learn, but I’m really happy with this and how it turned out! Also, can we just appreciate how beautiful the details of this game are? The textures, the colours, the fact that when it rains you can see splashback in the mud, and if you zoom in on the sea you can see the fish, and the movement of the fountains and the trees and aaah just everything, this game is so beautiful! Enjoy!

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Are you looking forward to this game?

xoxo

Julie