At launch, the title is priced at the normal $50 price point for PC titles. You can find it on disk or through EA’s own digital store for download. Steam fans will have to wait the standard grace period before EA will allow it on the service. Not surprisingly, you will be able to get a long play time out of this Sims title. Ten different hero classes to choose from, four different overarching kingdom ambitions, and thousands of different personality possibilities means that even ignoring the character customization you will be able to play this game over and over again. You can almost smell the expansions coming around the corner to expand the series as well. Though it would be interesting if future expansions added different genres (e.g. westerns, steam punk, feudal Japan, etc.), instead of just giving you different furniture to put in your castle. A fan can dream.
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