Simpedia: The Sims Medieval


Everyone enjoys medieval times. You get to eat colossal amounts of food, wear spectacular sets of armor, and oogle beautiful maidens in finely woven pieces of clothing. By downloading The Sims Medieval Limited Edition you don’t just watch those epic jousting matches and grotesque guillotines, you experience them firsthand.

The Sims has always been a staple based on real-life adventures: going to work, starting a family, or getting punched in the face at a bar. The Sims Medieval pulls you out of our time period and into an era full of kings, castles, and public executions. You control a kingdom of your own, but the main focus of the game isn’t decorating. The option is still there, but your goal is to create a sweet kingdom through hard work and quests. Start a family, but as in the very first Sims game, your children will stay that age, making this a non-generational game where you focus more on your kingdom, and less on designing a home and having a family line that goes on for years to come.

Do you want a spectacular kingdom full of wealth and beauty, where the people are merry and sing songs while sitting a round table full of mead and fresh meat? Or do you want a warlike kingdom, where the ruler is a tyrannical beast who orders beheadings when the court jester tells a bad joke? You decide how you want your kingdom to turn out and work to achieve your dream in The Sims Medieval.

Release Dates

Release Date US: 
23 Mar 2010
Release Date EU: 
25 Mar 2010
Release Date UK: 
26 Mar 2010




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