First off, let's make a brief recap for those who missed our first impression's article. EA Italy held a small hands-on event for a few Italian sites, that took place in their studios in Milan. The game was introduced by executive producer Rachel Bernstein and marketing director Aaron Cohen. We attended the event together with Daniela from DanielaSims, Simone from MondoSims , Giuseppe from the official forum and Luca from Angel Production. We thank again Liliana (aka Eden from Edenstyle, who was also present at the event) and the whole EA staff for organizing this preview.
Despite past events, this time we were able to play the game (there were four computers, one for each site) and literally put our hands on Medieval for nearly a couple of hours – but before arriving at EA, nobody knew we would play. Also, if you have seen our pictures (you can find them in our gallery, on Facebook or Flickr), you may have noticed that we from Sims3Cri (CriCri, Paperpin and Nenny) had to share one computer, so please, bear with any eventual mistake or missing detail - there was a LOT to see and try and two hours are definitely not enough (Bernstein told us that completing a quest may take even up to a hour and half, so draw your conclusions!).
Anyway, let's travel together back in time to the Middle Ages and discover the mysteries of The Sims Medieval!