The Sims 3: Generations
A bunch of new mechanics and items for sims of all ages, Imaginary friends and childrens' costumes are adorable, Pulling pranks and using the video camera are fun.
Greater depth of gameplay for Child and Teen Sims; new Day Care profession is fun; integrated well into the existing experience rather than feeling like a new game.
Doesn't have much impact on the overall experience, Proms and other features are missed opportunities, Overpriced for what you get.
Not as flashy or as obvious an improvement as previous expansion packs; could be argued that this pack's content should have been included in the main game, especially for the price.
By itreviews.com on July 25, 2011
The latest Sims 3 expansion pack has several fun and quirky life choices for your younger Sims and the camcorder recording is a great addition, but there's not much novelty for adult Sims....60
By AtomicGamer on June 24, 2011
Who knew back in 2000 that any of us would enjoy playing a game where we do things like go to work, do chores and get stuck in toxic relationships? I mean, aren't these the very things we try and avoid in real life? Amazingly, the absurd idea of...80
By GameSpot on June 23, 2011
The Sims 3: Generations offers fun new features and objects to play with, but on the whole, it doesn't make much of an...65
By NowGamer on June 22, 2011
If you’re still playing The Sims 3, Generations offers just enough amusing new content to keep you occupied for another few months until the next add-on. If not, we’re not sure it really does quite enough new to draw players back into the...79
By Game Chronicles Magazine on June 21, 2011
It’s been about two years since The Sims 3 first came out, and as with the previous Sims franchise games, this iteration hit the ground running with a series of expansion packs, each with something dramatic and new to add to the latest version of...76
By Strategy Informer on June 20, 2011
Life, as they say, is a journey. A long, long journey, full of ups, downs, joys, sorrows and whatever other cliché you can think of. Thankfully, games like The Sims 3 allow you to skip all of the boring bits and get straight to the good stuff -...75
By PC Advisor on June 14, 2011
Not as flashy or as obvious an improvement as previous expansion packs, it could be argued that The Sims 3: Generations' content should have been included in the main game, especially for the price. But it offers greater depth of gameplay for Child...60
By GamePro on June 13, 2011
Generations isn't the most glitzy expansion pack The Sims 3 has seen, but fans of the series will appreciate the deeper experience it offers. In many ways, The Sims 3: Generations is the perfect expansion pack, in that it integrates so beautifully...60
By Hooked Gamers on June 10, 2011
To answer my original question: as a stand-alone expansion, The Sims 3: Generations leaves much to be desired. After playing it, I found myself wondering what is keeping EA from releasing the Pets, University and Open For Business expansions...80
By ImpulseGamer on June 01, 2011
Generations (Expansion Pack)The latest expansion for The Sims 3 "Generations", is all about pranks and fun for your Sims characters and even though this may not be a huge addition to the franchise, I had a ball engaging in all these non-Sim like...80