That said, I've been playing "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood" in small increments several times over the past couple of weeks, and I can't seem to stop.
And I've never touched a copy of OK! or seen a full episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
The free-to-play game is full of opportunities for in-game purchases, which buy you more playing time and virtual items like clothes and jewelry. As a cash-strapped, recent college grad, I don't exactly have the funds to enable my newfound hobby, which is certainly a limiting factor for playing the game.
It's probably for the best.
First, you get to make your avatar. You can put on any variety of crop tops and skinny jeans, and you can even change the way your face looks — just like a real celebrity.
After a quick wardrobe change, I was ready to begin my journey into Hollywood.
Never forget your roots, the game prompts. Sounds kind of ominous! Soon I would find out why ...