Summary: Starts off really fun with an interesting new way to play, but can be very repetitive. If you've played The Sims 3: World Adventures, some of the gameplay found in completing the quests mimics that expansion. Still, the majority of the game is very unique, even in comparison to other The Sims incarnations, what with the game focusing on the overall world rather than a character or family of characters.
Summary: I am addicted to the Sims and have been playing the game since it's original release. This Expansion compliments the original Sims Medieval and adds extra fund to the game play. I also own all of the original Sims, the Sims 2 series as well as the Sims 3 series.
Summary: Medival Sims is slightly different than the other Sims games, like Sims 3 and so on. Instead of worrying mostly on whether your sims are happy enough, your goal in this game is to send them on quests to better your kingdom, and are often playing your monarch sim. I do enjoy how the game slowly gets more difficult as the game progresses, but not so much that it's too much to handle at once, and yet it doesn't stay easy forever either.