The Sims Medieval Reviewed
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Mac|Life recently posted a new review of The Sims Medieval. The latest incarnation of the Sims franchise allows players to create heroes, venture on quests, build and control a kingdom, and play every Hero Sim character in the land. Mac|Life gave the game a score of 4.5 out of 5.
From the review:
The Sims Medieval is a standalone game set in the Middle Ages, allowing players to get their micromanagement ya-yas out by steering the lives of a monarch and his or her subjects through the trials and tribulations of medieval life. After designing a King or Queen from the ground up, players are dropped into the middle of a beefy tutorial, covering a wide range of topics such as how to pitch woo in your royal court, hear petitions from your subjects, and demand and subsequently win a duel. As part of the tutorial, you’ll gather resources such as stone and wood, which are used by your subjects and the members of your court to build new structures for your kingdom, like churches and smithies and stables. This not only serves to make the commoners of your kingdom happier, but also allows for a deeper gameplay, as the new structures bring new ways to interact with your virtual world.Read more at the link below.
Mac|Life: The Sims Medieval Review
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