Touch Arcade reviews The Sims Medieval (iPhone)


So, for all intents and purposes, lets call this a light RPG with mild sandbox elements — one that’s trimmed a bit from its PC counterpart — it’s a tiny, handheld version of a game that’s already a bit scaled big from its originals. Still, it’s one of the first truly different experiences of the Sims in a while and although it’s a more directed experience, it offers enough new to keep casual players happy. If you’re partial to medieval fantasy settings, this might be the one Sims title to really draw you in.

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  1. Okay on video 30 at 38:51 did anyone else ntcioe that David has a love interest? I knew that it would be a problem. I had a sim that was dating someone that had a love interest and it turned to him accusing her of cheating after they married. It would have come out sooner or later.

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