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Is Sims Medieval an RPG or Simulation?

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asked 8 years ago in GeneralGeneral by anonymous  

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I'll say its both since it is a simulation game, yet you can play a role so its a role playing game
answered 8 years ago by drakaenae King (41,339 points)   5 9 79
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Simulation?

It's an RPG with all that quests and stuffs. Most of the traditional Sims formula isn't even present so it isn't a simulation anymore.
answered 8 years ago by xboxer King (32,462 points)   6 11 48
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It's both, the sims has always been simulation, but now with Medieval they introduced RPG features such as quests and different interactions between your sims, however it can get a little repetitive over the time, as with any Sims game.
answered 8 years ago by Dinita Mercenary (1,216 points)   1 12
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I'd say simulation since the character you play is essentially yourself projected into the Sim-verse. There's no character history beyond what you create, so it's safe to say that your character didn't exist until you created it.

The new features are very RPG-esque, but the game itself is not an RPG by definition since you're not assuming an identity when you play it.
answered 8 years ago by mrtowel Prince (27,434 points)   8 18 41
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I'd say it's still simulation, but you can obviously see the RPG elements in this part.

answered 8 years ago by desmondao Rookie (204 points)   1
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A bit of both. Mostly Sim, with alot of RPG elements in it.
answered 8 years ago by hiddendrag0n Newbie (177 points)  
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It seems a lot more simulation than RPG. The basic mechanics of every other "The Sims" game are there, moving, talking etc, while I feel like it misses the RPG "feeling" of freedom.
answered 8 years ago by luke_triton Journeyman (698 points)   13

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