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The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles Expansion [Download]

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
57 customer reviews
Metascore: 67 / 100
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  • ASIN: B005HJJICA
  • Release Date: August 30, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
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The Sims Medieval: Pirates & Nobles is the first Adventure Pack for the The Sims Medieval*. Dramatically expanding the replay value of the original game, the Pirates & Nobles Adventure Pack contains a wealth of enhancements including: a new Kingdom Ambition, new quests linked to the epic storyline, new signature objects, new traits, more than 140 pirate and nobility themed objects, and the ability to hunt for treasure.

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Experience the Epic Adventure of Pirates & Nobles

The Sims Medieval: Pirates & Nobles Adventure Pack gives players the sandbox style freedom to play as they want, without neglecting guided gameplay in which they will find new quests and one new Kingdom Ambition.

Pirates out for a night on the town in The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles
Expand gameplay possibilities with the first Adventure Pack for the The Sims Medieval.
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Sitting on a throne of pirate booty in The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles
Experience all the rewards and dangers of treasure hunting.
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A player's heroic story begins when the Pirates of Aarbyville and the Nobles of Tredony arrive in the kingdom, followed quickly by sword fights, love affairs, grand adventures and mysteries. For those who enjoy the rush of heroic missions, new exhilarating quests expand upon the original adventures like finding the fountain of youth or protecting the kingdom from an evil sorcerer. The war between Tredony and Aarbyville creates the new Kingdom Ambition and opportunity for players to suit up their kingdoms. Players can choose to be anyone from a king or queen to a knight or blacksmith, and with that, prepare for voyage accordingly. Treasure hunting is an exciting new gameplay feature in the pack with maps, shovels, rare treasures and surprising dangers, while challenging players to find hidden objects and search for desirable rewards that will benefit their hero Sims. Other new items include birds that you can name and train, and interrogation chairs.

Key Game Features

  • A New Kingdom Ambition – Can you end the war between Tredony and Aarbyville?
  • New Quests - New quests follow an epic story arc
  • New Signature Objects – The game includes new objects like the Interrogation Chair and pet falcons and parrots
  • Traits - Enjoy new general traits as well as a new legendary trait
  • Pirates and Nobility - Utilizes over 140 pirate and nobility themed objects
  • Dress Up - New pirate and noble outfits and hats
  • The Lure of Treasure - Go hunting for treasure hunting, complete with maps, shovels, rare treasure and some surprising dangers

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A noblewoman with a falcon companion in The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles
New signature objects.
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A noble and a pirate crossing swords on the high seas in The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles
Live the pirate's life.
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A pirate unleashing an unintended consequence while digging for treasure in The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles
Exciting themed quests.
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A glimpse into a noble's throne room in The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles
Join the nobles of the court.
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System Requirements
  Minimum Specifications:
OS: Windows 7 / Vista (SP1) / XP (SP3) (Note: This game is not yet Windows 8 certified by the manufacturer at this time. Please confirm Windows 8 support via updated patches with manufacturer prior to purchase.)
Processor: 2.0 GHz for XP P4 processor / 2.4 GHz Vista and Windows 7 processors
RAM: 1 GB for XP / 1.5 GB for Vista and Windows 7 (NVIDIA computers require at least 2 GB)
Hard Drive: At least 1.5 GB for installation and 1 GB for custom content and game saves
Video Card: 256 MB video card with support for Pixel Shader 2.0 (see http://support.ea.com/ for full list of supported cards)
Additional Info: Keyboard and mouse. * Requires the Sims Medieval base game for play.

INTERNET CONNECTION, ONLINE AUTHENTICATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT REQUIRED TO PLAY. YOU MUST REGISTER THE GAME WITH ENCLOSED SERIAL CODE. GAME USES CONTENT ACTIVATION CONTENT PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY BY SONY DADC AUSTRIA AG. BY INSTALLING THIS SOFTWARE, ANY SECUROM CONTENT PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY THAT PROTECTED YOUR BASE GAME WILL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED BY CONTENT ACTIVATION. SEE END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT AVAILABLE AT www.ea.com FOR DETAILS. GAME CAN BE PLAYED ON UP TO FIVE COMPUTERS; USERS CAN MANAGE WHICH COMPUTERS ARE AUTHORIZED OR DE-AUTHORIZED TO PLAY GAME. VISIT http://activate.ea.com/deauthorize/ FOR MORE INFORMATION ON DE-AUTHORIZATION.


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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By C. Conrad on September 5, 2011
I bought it off of the EA site but I think I should of waited. This didn't add much to the game, that is unless they added it towards the end of the game. I see some new outfits and some new quests. Other then that, it's the same ol, same ol. More quests requiring you to sail places, but no pirates and the same nobles. You can make your own pirate but that's about it. I was thinking it was on the same line as a full expansion think World Adventures, but it's one of those 'Barnacle Bay" type of expansions. I'd wait for it to go on sale.

ETA: You get parrots to play around with, and you can dig up treasure. Still nothing special. Wanted to also say that trailer for this game is a bunch of bull. They made it seem like you can choose sides. There are no sides. You just dress your main up as a pirate but he's still a noble in pirate's clothing.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Patrick J. Thrasher on October 2, 2011
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The pack adds noble and pirate themed objects and costumes along with a multiple quest plot line centering around how you choose to deal with trouble between two nations. There's a meter that follows your progress and you're forced to side with one or the other. To access this quest line you need to start a new kingdom. Surprised?
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sayblee on April 10, 2013
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The update patch 2.0.113 makes it so that it is not compatible for windows 8. EA games should not sell items that will not work for people's computers systems. I unfortunately could not get my money back because all games on amazon are nonrefundable but I warn everyone who has windows 8 to not purchase this game. You will be highly disappointed as I am right now.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. Stephens on September 19, 2011
When I first got the game, I was expecting much more such as a new location. But there were limited additions in the game. However that doesn't stop me from playing the game endlessly. I never get enough of attacking random Sims with my parrot! The quests are longer, the responsibilities are a bit more challenging, and there are some amusing new traits. Overall, this expansion was worth buying.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The Goddess on October 8, 2011
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Love the game. Adding pirates was a great idea. It just doesn't say medieval without a few pirates swaggering around the tavern! Lots of fun and insane replay value. I haven't even gotten to the next level and I am so happy to know there's so much more to explore. I love the depth of the game and it is always fun to mix and match traits to see what i come up with. Great game :)
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amber T on September 23, 2011
This "expansion" is so truly disappointing. The Sims "Stuff" packs left less content to be desired than P&N.
The additions to character creations are minimal. A few hairstyles, some new clothes, mostly.
You can only do so many quests - no matter the new storyline - before it just becomes like slamming your head into a desk over and over and over again. You keep playing, hoping things are going to improve - maybe you'll unlock some awesome new game/lifestyle feature, but you don't. It's like World of Warcraft in the fact that, no matter the quest title, it's still a quest, and there's still only so many interactions and so much you can do. It's just grind grind grind - but there is no end reward.
Save your money and just play The Sims 3. Download some medieval style mods and pretend your Sims are Pirates and Nobles. You'll have way more fun in the long run.

Really, EA, you've let me down. The Sims has been a fun franchise because of the array of choices, social interactions, and most importantly, the lifestyle progression. This isn't even in the spectrum of what the players have come to expect over the years, and frankly, it doesn't allow me to hold out a lot of hope for any future Sims games. To me, this screams "Lazy Developers", as well as "Don't waste your money!".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John J. Ellis Jr. on August 6, 2014
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The ONLY reason I'm giving this 1 star is because EA has a bugged update that doesn't allow the game, base game/or this one, to work on windows 8 (it shows up as running in the background only). You can play The Sims Medieval base game as long as you don't update it after you install it but that also means you can't install / play this expansion because to install you need to update the basegame..catch22. EA has known about this since the update but has done NOTHING to fix it..I wasted my money on this expansion and I am very unhappy about it!
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You do not get to build your own kingdom, you get to choose from pre made ones and then decorate the insides a little bit. This is not your typical Sims game and should not have been labeled such. It should be been called a sid myers game that plays out much like civ. You barely even customize your character or family... it was really a big big let down.
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