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Written by Paperpin Saturday, 26 February 2011 00:00
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In your medieval kingdom, each building equals to a character: the castle for the king, the shop for the blacksmith, the clinic for the physician and so on. The story starts by placing the castle and creating a monarch, which will be your only character for the first quests. Then, you will be able to unlock other buildings, depending on your will (be careful: each building has a price!) and create new stories. Characters, as we said before, can be male or female, it's up to you:
  • the monarch
  • the physician
  • the blacksmith
  • the knight
  • the spy
  • the bard
  • the warlock
  • the merchant
  • the Peteran priest
  • the Jacoban priest

Each of them has peculiar features and abilities, that you can use during your quests. These are collected in the Quest Book, that you can open anytime from the UI, and that you unlock as you go on with your stories and characters. For each quest you will need two Sims: the main hero and the secondary one. You will have to choose among those available and according to your quest's requests. If you succeed in your mission, you will earn points that you can use to unlock other buildings and place new heroes, as we already said.tsm_preview_21.02.2011_13

Each of them has peculiar features and abilities, that you can use during your quests. These are collected in the Quest Book, that you can open anytime from the UI, and that you unlock as you go on with your stories and characters. For each quest you will need two Sims: the main hero and the secondary one. You will have to choose among those available and according to your quest's requests. If you succeed in your mission, you will earn points that you can use to unlock other buildings and place new heroes, as we already said.

 Of course, quests are portrayed with the usual sense of humor typical of The Sims' games, that makes the story really amusing and odd. Also, the name of the Sims are totally crazy! Due to the medieval style, we have met characters with very weird names: Tursio, Atto, Nicoloso, Democta and many more (at least in the Italian version)!

Also, as said many times, you cannot create new buildings nor place them wherever you want within your kingdom: each lot has its own structure, and you can only change its furnishing. Same for the heroes: you cannot create (or play) other Sims beyond our 10 heroes.

As for the character creations, there are traits in Medieval too, although less numerous than The Sims 3, that are associated to fatal flaws. Each hero has two trait and one flaw, that will affect your gameplay.

But there's really a lot to say about The Sims Medieval, and this is just a short overview! We are totally impressed and can't wait to have the game to play all the quests and discover the features of each character. Also, music and sounds are awesome. Get ready for a very rich coverage..

We thank again EA Games for inviting us to the event and giving the chance to play the game!

 



Last Updated on Sunday, 06 March 2011 21:30