When I think of the Kardashian sisters, I don't think of things that make sense. I think of a world of people who are famous for being famous, who get a reality show by accomplishing the feat of being a Kardashian.
What's more exciting about a Sims game set in medieval times than the olde-fashioned opportunities that miserable era affords players for putting virtual human beings in uncomfortable positions?
I was a little disappointed to learn that The Sims Medieval is essentially The Sims gone... medieval.
Let me start by dashing your hopes, crushing your expectations: Despite the setting, the heroes, and the town building, Sims Medieval is still very much a standard Sims game.
This Sims Medieval trailer is on odd one. It makes the gameplay seem heroic and noble, but when EA showed the game to reporters at Gamescom they knew what people will spend their time doing: torturing Sims.
A new Sims game revealed today that drops the popular characters in the Middle Ages will feature "compelling gameplay never seen before in the history of The Sims", according to publisher Electronic Arts.