Discussing :: The Sims Medieval

The fans have been howling for this one, and lo, their prayers have been answered: the deranged chaos of The Sims has been picked up and plonked down in the middle of Ye Olde Sunset Valley. Verily, The Sims Medieval is upon us, a game where the toilets have been replaced with chamber pots, and friends keep in touch via messenger pigeon. But before you get too excited about creating your own Camelot (or Hogwarts), or even just brave, brave Sir Robin, Sim-style, be aware this is a quite different game from the open sandbox play of The Sims 3. For starters, the first thing you’ll do, in your role as The Watcher (yep, you’re a god that the sims... read full article

#1

prettyflower
The Sims Medieval

My daughter is a sims fan in a big way, she is desperate to get this game but it is a bit high on the price end for her (and me) , so she is waiting in anticipation for the price to drop. She is seriously addicted to the sims games.

#2

Lauren

This is an interesting twist on the classic sims game, cool!

#3

KH

I've never actually played any of the sims games.

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