Scoopy_Loopy’s Downton Abbey Might Make Your Game Droopy

Yes, it’s a good idea, but…

Scoopy_Loopy's Downton Abbey Might Make Your Game Droopy

With the end of Dame Maggie Smith’s increasingly vapid pension fund top-up Britain’s most acclaimed drama series in a decade, suppose it’s a good time for those wanting their own little Highclere Castle.

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To be fair, it is well made – very well made if you compare it with the original:

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The trouble is that with fifty three bedrooms, seven bathrooms, seven ‘powder rooms’ (no, not cocaine!) all fully furnished, this takes a top of the range rig to justify playing in your game (playing it with all the settings turned down is more than a touch silly).

Moreover, some of the fireplaces (the ones which will not autolight) are guaranteed to start fires – so unless you want to use the place for an asylum challenge with a few built in death traps, you’ve got a lot of modifications to be doing.

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