Reviews for The Sims: Medieval
Not the Sims you would expectNeonberry | Jan. 20, 2014 | See all Neonberry's reviews »
Against all expectations The Sims Medieval is not about being a dung collector and working your way up in the medieval society. It uses Sims 3 to create something (somewhat) different. You start off as a king and you are commanding around the people sending them on quests as kings often did. It lies somewhere between the original Sims and and Majesty games. The game has enough content to keep you going for days but to be honest there is not as much of a variety in the vanilla game that it would stay fresh all the way. I would recommend it to people who would like to play a solid but not too realistic medieval kingdom simulation.
DifferentRaTcHeT302 | Nov. 28, 2011 | See all RaTcHeT302's reviews »
The Sims: Medieval has RPG elements wich make it less of a simulator. The quest structure represent an interesting innovation in the series. It uses the same graphical engine as Sims 3 with some noticeable tweaks. Good medieval like soundtrack, the sounds effects are average tough. Still, the game is pretty long and as your will it progress the player will it have to develop better strategies to beat the next quests. The good thing is that it tried to do something new wich makes it quite fun to play at.