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Clearly, this is not Age of Empires or Assassins Creed, but Sims Medieval sets to take adventurous game players back to the times of wizards, knights and damsels in distress. Built on the Sims 3 Engine, Sims Medieval will expand the popular Sims franchise in a new direction. More than just a Sims game skinned in chainmaille armor, Sims Medieval features kingdom building, character quests and according to a senior game producer will be more dangerous for your Sims. The new dangers are due in part to plagues that sweep the land, revolts by angry townspeople and of course occasional duels to the death. Sounds fun.