While the game has a lot of content to keep you playing for a long while if you choose to do so; whether you’ll want to is an open question as most of the quests just aren’t that exciting. One of aspects of the original Sims that appealed to me was the fact that you could almost do anything at your own pace. In Sims Medieval, you’re forced to do generally unexciting missions in order to progress through the game. While missions can often have funny results, actually playing them consists of clicking mostly predetermined options. Read more about the fun and troubles that Gametactics Fandel Mulkey has with The Sims Medieval.