GamePron: Can you briefly sum up the most exciting new things that are in The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles adventure pack?
Aaron Cohen: The big things in The Sims Medieval: Pirates and Nobles are pirates and nobles! These two groups show up in your kingdom and are clearly having issues. Your job is to work through the epic story of two warring factions where you’ll be tasked with picking a side. You can escalate the conflict or even seek to resolve things peacefully.
We’ve also added some great new features. You’ll be able to own, name and train pet parrots or falcons. You’ll also get an interrogation chair with an amusing array of techniques with which to glean information for unfortunate Sims. And with our new treasure-hunting system, you’ll have a fun way to discover and collect rare and powerful objects.
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Update 1: added link to the SimsNetwork preview
Update 2: added some info and pics from Simway
In their preview they told some just known facts, so we quote just something:
- The expansion's three different endings depend on what quests are ultimately undertaken and the outcome of those quests.
- As you play these quests, it sort of affects your standing and the relationships with the pirates and nobles. So, you might get more pirates hanging out in your town or more nobles hanging out in your town.
- The most noteworthy of which are a collection of avians (parrots for pirates and falcons for nobles) and interrogation/torture chairs. The birds can be used for socializing, tormenting other sims, and finding treasures.
Credits to Simprograms and SimsVip for these finds.