Summary: what the heck!?!?!?!?!?! every so often, when i complete a quest, i get a blue screen of death! same thing on my brothers laptop! plz fix ea. im very dissapionted. and the music gets very anoying 5 seconds into the game.
Summary: The Sims Medieval is surprisingly pretty different from the normal sims games. You only control your sims when you pick a quest, meaning it does not have the normal free-style game play. However this also is better since you won't ever come to a point when you don't really know what to do next. If your sim is in a relationship normally you would get control of that sim as well.
Summary: A new way to play the sims. Sims Medieval brings a whole new playing style to the gamer while still keeping some of the core values that we hold so dear to in sims 1-3. The game at first may give the gamer a little shock if he/she hasnt read anything on the game it self, but over time it becomes easy to master. The over all game play is extrealy easy. Some people have complanied about this... but when has the Sims ever been a difficult game?
Summary: It has a lot of potential to be fantastic but all the little things bug me. Some of the quests are impossible. There were a few where the item I was looking for was just nonexistent or a clue made no sense. I bought the Prima Game Guide and that has helped tremendously though.
Summary: I love Sims and I love all things Medieval so when Sims Medieval came out I grabbed it fast. I didn't read reviews, I just grabbed. My first disappointment was finding out that I couldn't build. My vision of a perfect Sims Medieval game was building my castle. I started playing and laughed over some of the quests. I enjoyed playing...at first. Then it got repetitive. As others have said it is the same thing over and over. I feel like Bill Murray on Groundhog Day.
A fairly decent game, not as good as some of the other Sims ...
3 July 2011
Summary: I really looked forward to the release of this game as I really liked the idea of there being a medieval twist to The Sims games. You create Sim characters in roles such as Monarchs, Preists, Knights and Tradespeople, with Medieval themed clothes and hairstyles, there is a more artistic look to the game rather than being realistic.
Pros: Good graphics, cool quests, great new clothes and hair styles
A step in a different direction but is change always good?!
25 May 2011
Conclusion: I think the first thing you must be aware of this is not the sims but that isnt a negative reflection on the game, just if you play this like The Sim 3 which uses the same game engine you might be slightly disappointed.
Conclusion: firstly this game is definately not what I expected. competely different to play than normal sims. was difficult to get the hang of to begin with. you have to do quest which aren't always very interesting. i feel this game could be better as it is quite limited what you can do with your sim. i only play for a short timeas it can get really boring quickly. unless you want to try something different i would stick with the original sims.
Summary: I have purchased this game for my new computer running windows 8 and had
difficulty getting it to work. When you go to install the game it will ask you
to download updates. Ignore this and it will run fine.
The game is a little different to your classic Sims, building your village
includes doing tasks to gain fund to add buildings, you cannot create castles
sadly but still a fun options for Sim lovers.