A new episode of The Sims Medieval is live on the BeyondSims YouTube channel! To reboot the series, we join Lady Regina as she goes on a royal holiday and tries to re-create the ale she fell in love with.
To celebrate the App Store’s 5th birthday, The Sims Medieval is currently free! It’s definitely worth a download, and at the price of £0.00 who could say no?
The Sims Medieval is a spin-off to The Sims franchise and takes your Sims back in time. The spin-off was launched in 2011 and had one “adventure pack” before development ceased.
To find The Sims Medieval, click here (US App Store) or search “The Sims Medieval” on the App Store.
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The Sims Medieval is one of my favourite I’mboredsowhattodo games, and like many things I like the official page on Facebook. I also have notifications set up to email me when something happens even though it does get pretty spammy. It does lead to some interesting posts for BeyondSims sometimes though too, so maybe it’s a good thing!
Check out the tiniest little email I got earlier regarding Medieval, and throw me some ideas in the comments about what this could mean.… Continue Reading
Check out this cool review by the dutch site Telegraaf.
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In March, Electronic Arts made a trip with The Sims Middle of the fixed Sims series. The game was about to perform missions and managing the kingdom and less fortunate to keep the Sims. Recently the first expansion pack: The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Adel.
Nobility or piracy?
The new package will not create significant changes to The Sims Middle Ages. So you still do not own castle. However brings more missions with him and a war between the pirates on the one hand and the nobility on the other.
Here’s the review of Pirates and Nobles by IGN.
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Less than six months ago, Electronic Arts released The Sims Medieval. Despite being based on the Sims 3 engine, it was a reinvented Sims experience: you were no longer managing personal needs and taking care of a family, but living in a small kingdom and completing quests. It was an evolution of one of my favorite games of all time.
Unfortunately, the same can’t be said of the first expansion, Pirates & Nobles.