The Sims Medieval Pirates & Nobles Game Reviews and more

Based on 4 critics – Overal Score: 77 / 100

GameInfo: The Sims Medieval Pirates & Nobles Adventure Pack introduces nevv quests, treasure hunting, and hundreds of nevv objects for your medieval kingdom! Your epic story starts vvhen the Pirates of Aarbyville and the Nobles of Tredony arrive in your kingdom, follovved quickly by svvord fights, love affairs, grand adventures and mysteries. Go treasure hunting to uncover hidden objects. Embark on new quests to help your kingdom achieve a nevv ambition. Stylize your kingdom and Sims with nevv pirate and nobility themed objects and wardrobe. The fun never ends vvith this nevv adventure pack!

Critic Score
ITF Gaming: For strangers to the The Sims Medieval, as in the other Sims games you create your own storyline. As it begins you create a monarch, assigning him characteristics and venturing on the quest of setting up your kingdom. You can even write about your kingdom giving it its own unique history. When you create characters you build them up, using an array of available clothes and appearances to create your own characters it inhabit the kingdom of a name of your choosing. Read Full Review 90/100
Game Guys: When The Sims Medieval came out earler this year, it was a differet take on EA’s The Sims franchise that was a welcome change from the norm. Pirates and Nobles, the first expansion for Medieval, looks to continue this with the addition of political tension between a country of nobles and a country of pirates with the player’s kingdom caught in the middle. Read Full Review 80/100
Pixel Scribes: “Any owner of The Sims should by now be aware of the expansion packs that come with new content to extend the life of the game. When it first started with the original game, the packs simply added new items for you to buy and maybe some new wallpaper. But since then the expansions have got more and more interesting by adding extra gameplay whilst still adding a plethora of new items.” Read Full Review 80/100
El33tonline: “The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles is an expansion for the ‘Medieval’ Sims spin-off series, and takes the ‘Arthur and the Round Table’ theme of the original game (read our review of that here) and adds a bit of pirate flavour, which is just what the game needed.” Read Full Review 60/100



System requirements

– Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7
– Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz or AMD X2
– Memory: 1 GB
– Video: 256 MB video card with Shader 3.0
– Sound Card: Sound device compatible with DirectX 9.0
– Free hard drive space: 7 GB


Genre: Simulation
Style: Life Development Sim
Themes: Medieval, Pirates
Release Date: August 30, 2011
Developer: The Sims Studio
Publisher: Electronic Arts

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