Medieval Dynasty for PC Reviews



After playing over 1000+ in the beta, I think I should write a review for this very different village simulator. My beta village had 110 buildings (at most) and 132 villagers working and growing.

If you are looking for a fast paced action game this game is not for you. I consider Medieval Dynasty to be a relaxing survival simulation game where you can come back to it and let the game grow. It’s more than a village simulator, it’s also a family and generational simulator, so it takes a long time to develop which gives your character time to do what you want to do. You can explore the dynamic map that changes as the season changes and find things of interest and a few surprises. Different wild species roam the map, some very hostile. The map features dark forests, open plains, mountains, lakes and rivers, as well as diverse flora based on the four different seasons of each game year. At first, traveling between the many villages seems intimidating, but after learning the map, running between villages becomes easy. (thank you auto-run and horse).

As a village simulator, you unlock more buildings and building upgrades by gaining experience in four main tech branches. As your city grows (and experiences baby boomers) your village will become perpetual, allowing you to go into more detail into customizing and redesigning your village to your vision.

There is a detailed micro-management in which you can have a good bite with your villagers. You can decide who lives with whom and how many babies each household can have. Beware, baby boomers happen often, putting women out of work for a number of gambling years while they are raising their child. It is therefore essential to place male villagers in order for essential jobs to continue to function without interruption.

You’ll find NPC stories and daily side quests from many village NPCs that will help you gain tech experience and dynasty points (needed to recruit travelers to your village). The game has many phases, the first is your own survival to start your village and provide the necessary equipment to start it until your villages can do it on their own. You will marry a villager and have a baby who will eventually grow up and take your shoes off when you die of old age (everyone gets old in this game).

When you start the game, you can customize your gameplay. I strongly suggest that players who have never played in EA before, do so to learn the basics of the game without too much of a burden.

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