The Sims: Medieval Review

Build and manage your very own medieval kingdom complete with grand castles, a Beast in the Pit of Judgement and even good ol' public humiliation through stocks. As the "Watcher", or divine being in the sky, your job is to fulfill a Kingdom Ambition. This is done by populating the kingdom with all sorts of Sims starting with the Monarch down to the local Bard. After that, you'll have your hands full passing edicts, surviving assassination attempts and fulfilling Quests depending on which character you are currently controlling.

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    The Sims 3

    Released after almost a decade of The Sims games and expansion packs, The Sims Studio was hard-pressed to showcase something new in The Sims 3. Coming as no surprise to us, their efforts to impress have paid off.

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    Dating, Falling in Love and Getting Married Tips

    In The Sims 3, relationships are more realistic than it was in the past two games. Sims can have boyfriends or girlfriends, propose or get engaged, tie the knot, have kids and even get divorced. So, what is the secret that makes Sims relationships last?

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    The Sims 3: Supernatural

    What happens when you get bored of birthing triplets or taking care of critters? Why, you play Supernatural of course.

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    The Sims 3: Medical Profession

    There are ways you can rise to prominence as a surgeon if you're playing The Sims 3 or its Ambitions expansion pack.

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