Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: Electronic Arts
Genre: Action / Beat`em all
Release name: The.Sims.Medieval-RELOADED
The Sims Medieval is a video game in The Sims series based upon The Sims 3 Engine, developed and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X, due for release on March 22, 2011 but has been delayed, as is still listed as pre-order on EAs website as of 3/22/20011 The game will also be released through PC downloads on the same date. Set in medieval times, it will allow the player to build a kingdom through quest-driven gameplay. On December 21, 2010, EA announced that the Limited Edition is available now and will be also released at the same time as the standard edition. It will include exclusive monarch outfit and throne room options.
The Sims Medieval will provide a medieval setting for the player to work within, with newly designed buildings and scenery to give an authentic “back in time” experience. Players will build a kingdom up, send Sims on quests, and earn rewards in the form of Kingdom Points. The game diverges from the series in that players can win the game by achieving a kingdom ambition. Confirmed ambitions include “Best In Show”, “Busy Builder”, “Efficient Expander”, “Fame”, “Filled Coffers”, “Hard Workers”, “Imperial Domination”, “Legendary”, “No Quest For The Weary”, “Safe And Sound”, “Thoughts And Prayers”, and “Wealthy Populace”. In a change from other Sims games, the character creation, simulation, and architectural aspects are significantly reduced and altered to enforce a sharper focus on RPG-style gameplay. For example, players will be able to customise the aesthetics and layout of building interiors, but they will be unable to alter the basic structure and shape of buildings. Instead, the game will involve the player upgrading a kingdom, choosing an ultimate goal for that kingdom (such as wealth or popularity) and then fulfilling quests that contribute to that goal. The goal can be completed through the use of heroes (or specialists). For example, the player can have a wizard and a physician cooperate on one quest.
2.0 GHz P4 processor or equivalent (this a value for single core processor. If you have a laptop or a dual or a quad core the value is different. If you have a Centrino processor on your laptop the equivalent value is about the double, if you have a dual core the equivalent is x2, quad core is x4…)
1 GB RAM
128 MB Video Card with support for Pixel Shader 2.0
The latest version of DirectX 9.0c
Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (check your Windows upgrade if you don’t have service pack 2. If you have service pack 3 is ok!)
At least 5.3 GB of hard drive space with at least 1 GB of additional space for custom content and saved games.
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