The Sims 3 Let's Play Series, Part 2
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The Sims 3 Let's Play Series, Part 2

The second part of my ongoing LP series!

The Sims 3 Let's Play Series, Part 2
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Sorry for the long wait! I have been very busy lately and recording episodes can be very time-consuming. Regardless, I've not given up, and I'll make a serious effort to upload more frequently!

Anyways, this is the second part to my Let's Play series of The Sims 3: All-In-One. The first episode was mainly me and my brother introducing you guys to the series, and creating our main Sim, Crangis McBasketball. Now, in this part, we actually start to delve into the main gameplay a little!

The majority of this episode is us creating the house that Crangis is going to live in. We also make room for his future roommate, Seneca Crane, based off of the character with the same name from The Hunger Games. It's a bit difficult to make the house, as we have to stay within the budget of §16,500 for creating a house for one person. We create the house as you normally would, and then we went back and deleted some objects to get us under the budget. During the next episode, we're going to replace the objects we deleted using the extra money we got when we moved in Seneca.

Also, this part took a little longer than I wanted it to--a little more than an hour! I realized that that'd be hard for anybody to sit through, so I decided to split it up into two parts. Part a is linked right above, and you should be able to find part b in the video description and in the related videos. If not, click here to view it!

Thanks for watching! I'm taking suggestions, so if you want to see us do anything or try anything at all, comment below! We'd be happy to do it, and I'm eager to know what my viewers want. Enjoy, and happy simming!

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