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  • The Sims 3: Generations - Expansion Pack PC/Mac
  • The Sims 3: Generations - Expansion Pack PC/Mac
  • The Sims 3: Generations - Expansion Pack PC/Mac
  • The Sims 3: Generations - Expansion Pack PC/Mac
  • The Sims 3: Generations - Expansion Pack PC/Mac
  • The Sims 3: Generations - Expansion Pack PC/Mac

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The Sims 3: Generations - Expansion Pack PC/Mac

Electronic Arts

The Sims 3: Generations - Expansion Pack PC/Mac

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  • Sims of every age can enjoy new activities! Kids can hang out with friends in tree houses. Teens can pull hilarious pranks
  • Whether it's a raging all-teen party while the parents are out, a high school graduation or an official wedding ceremony
  • From bachelor party hi-jinks to getting in trouble for bad grades to hearing rumors around town about Sims who cheat on their spouses
  • Sims will enjoy all-new ways to be creative including tinkering with chemistry sets, making their own home movies that they can watch on their own TVs
  • All of the new activities, celebrations, and drama are easier to remember and reminisce about with a new Memories system
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Sims 3 Generations ReviewContrary to some, I really enjoyed this expansion pack. It doesn't have the normal bells and whistles and totally change your sims lives but its the little things that make it special.Pros:New interactions with children/toddlers including allowing children to interact with toddler outside of "stealing candy" from them.Teenage and children sims can have sleepovers and can have parties when parents are away.Adult sims can have bachelor parties with party dancers.New items like bunk beds and costume trunks for kids.Parent sims can "ground" misbehaving sim kids.optional imaginary friend.new hairstyles and clothes and traitsbaby sitting career option (needs ambitions)Cons:The biggest and possibly funniest glitch is the bizarre abandonment of toddler sims when working in the baby sister career via ambitions. My sim liked leaving babies on the town bridge and would get suspended in career for neglect. To battle this glitch I found if you make your sim stay with the baby long enough for the parent to meet you everything turns out fine. The scene almost plays out like a ransom: you meet at the bridge, the parent gives you money in return for the baby. Weird stuff.Imaginary friends: Thank goodness its optional but as wonderful is the idea of your sim child having their imaginary friend come to life is to realize how annoying they are. Especially if the imaginary friend is rude and impulsive.4I love this EP!I love this sims 3 Generations EP! It adds some flair to the game. I strongly recommend this game to my hardcore simmers out there5Lovely GameI neglected getting this game for a while after it came out because I thought it would be lame but I was wrong. I love it! If you're family oriented and like little perks I think you'll enjoy this game. You can teach the teenagers how to drive and the babies get dolls that turn into imaginary friends. Which to be honest looks a little creepy but it's interesting to see your Sim child playing with it or asking it to do its' chores. There is also Prom and Graduation...it's all just really cute. I get a real kick out of it. I can't speak about bugs though because thankfully so far I haven't experienced any.5I love how it focuses more on the family aspect of ...I think Sims 3 Generations is just a blast! I love how it focuses more on the family aspect of the game. I personally like all of the EPs, but this one might just be my favorite. It really depends on what type of gameplay appeals most to you, but I prefer the family aspects of the Sims 3. This is a very creative one and although there are no new towns, it does include more content to the game, new hairstyles and clothes, and more items you can buy for your Sims home. Great seller and good buy. :)5Why SIMS WHYYYY?Another great expansion. I always feel the number one thing a customer should know when they play a game is that they don;t feel jipped. I got this on sale so I'm happy, but the fact that it is stock loaded with new, RELEVANT content, makes me even happier.I used to play with teens and kids alot and stopped because they were so restiricted. But this adds behaviors for EVERYONE (even the elders that I never play because my sims have epic life)This is a great expansion and even though the Teen rating on EA games make for sucky bachelorette parties (WHYYYYYYY) and the getting frisky interaction for newlyweds is just as playful as making a joke, I still think this is an overall win.5Just what I was Waiting for!!The Sims 3 Generations is AMAZING! I love all of the new features it gives you! You can now have body hair on men only which i never use because i think its just kinda ugly but it does look more realistic. You now have strollers and that is a big improvement because now your baby gets to do more in its life then sit in its crib until it becomes a toddler and toddlers now get to see more of the outside world. I use the stroller a lot when my baby or toddler gets lonely and the moms not too busy. You can now have the babysitter career which i have not tried out yet but i think that sounds like fun. It is another one of those all day jobs though, in the job parents drop off their kids at your house and the happier you keep them throughout the day the more you payed. One of the good things about this job is that other Sims who are living in the same house as the babysitter can help take care of the kids. Some of the other cool new features are the new playground toys. The sandbox is something only childs can play in but after they build a san castle anyone can go destroy it, im not sure if the teens can play in the sandbox i have not tried that out yet. You also have the water slide/slip and slide, the whole family can do that as long as they are at least child age but on my games it has one major flaw. The first Sim i told to go on it was the father Sim and then the Wife, so heres what happened: they were sliding for a little while and then i told them to get off, which they did, then later the father gets a wish to play on the water silde but it wont let me click it. I go into buy mode to delete the slide so I can just buy a new one but... it says oh sorry you cant delete that, it is in use by the father Sim. That is the only flaw i have come across but thats not a very major thing anyways. You also now have the see saw which can be used by anyone at least child age. You have the hop scotch court which can be used by anyone at least child age. You now have the treehouse for kids and teens. The treehouse is a rabbit hole but if your sim pokes their head out the window you can see them so yeah. Parents can now woohoo and try for a baby in showers and the treehouse. You also have MEMORIES they rock! Your Sim will get a memory any time they do anything like: go to school, learn a skill, throw a party, vomit, get a raise, fall down, become skinny, ect. I think memories really change up the game because when your Sim accomplishes something it takes a picture and puts it in their scrapbook of life. You now have a vidcam which is your Sims video camera, its pretty cool you can take videos whenever you want and you can move around s your taking the video, after you take the video you can save it and watch it on your tv as long as the tv isnt wall mounted. There are also 2 new traits Rebellious and Nurturing. I think the Rebellious trait is fun my child sets pranks like crazy, whoopee cussions hair dye water sprayers and its pretty funny! Also children can do a lot more in this game, if you click a chair they can go for a ride and thats them sitting in the chair with a helmet on pretending to drive a race car, they can click on a bathtub and go on a submarine adventure. They can also put on costumes now and play in them which it kinda cool. Kids can now join after school activities mine joined scouting and its real, she learned fishing and got a patch which she can show to anyone, when she show it to someone she puts on her scout outfit and its pretty cool! Kids also go on field trips which are pretty fun. Teenagers get dances and go to prom. uhh yeah I cant give away EVERYTHING. You dont get a new town but I saw this is one of the few expansion packs that is totally WORTH FULL PRICE!!!!5Amazing Expansion!I have been in love with the Sims since the very first game and the Sims have come a very long way and this expansion highlights this greatly! With generations you get a lot of content that you wouldn't think that you would want in a game but you end up enjoying. I would have never thought to have Sims going to bachelor parties with strippers but it is pretty entertaining! One of the greatest things that I have found is that you can adjust how long the Sim is in each stage of their lives. If you want them to be a baby for a day but a child for 20 days you can do that simply by adjusting the game settings. There is so much more things you can do with your Sims as children and teens too which has never been seen before. They can go to prom, learn to drive and even play with their very own imaginary friend. This is definitely a must have to any collection and worth the money.5I love thisThis does what the title says "Generations" which works great for my legacy families I have in the Sims expansions, everything your real life family experiences, so will your simulated people if you have a legacy family. (from birth to generation after generation)This expansion is pretty good seeing grandma wipe her grand kids noses in winter, it just family and I feel you get a good amount of items in this expansion also, just go on Youtube and watch the many videos players have uploaded for your pleasure and be amazed by these "The Sims Games" It will be better than listening to me. smile Thanks5if you love the Sims, it's pretty worth it overallI don't know why other reviewers have compared this EP to a stuff pack because while it doesn't come with a new town, it comes with a whole new array of things for your Sims to do, wear, and interact with. Far more than any of the stuff packs have provided, I would say, so it is definitely expansion pack-worthy. As for the bugs, I'm not saying that the Sims games are perfect (I've experienced a few bugs myself), but nothing outrageous like some people have complained about, and that's regarding all of the other expansion packs, too. Sometimes people don't realize that the CC on their computers really irks with the updates. And honestly, for all of those who believe that the EPs aren't worth forty-plus dollars, here's this option: wait until it goes down. They always do, even a couple of weeks after release. I purchased this from Amazon about two weeks after it dropped and it was $29.99. Sure it wasn't anywhere close to free, but ten dollars still can make a huge difference especially if you believe that you're not getting enough for what you pay. So for all of you that keep saying EA is gypping you for your money, either buy the software at a lower price or, hmmmm....don't buy it at all. For you to come and give a bad review on this EP after saying that you hated every last one, I just have to ask myself WHY you keep buying them in the first place and that leads me to NOT listen to you. So for any Sim lovers out there who really do enjoy the game, I suggest that you buy it and play it for yourself. If you're iffy about it, wait for it to go down a bit. However, I love the game, and I believe I'm giving it the review that it deserves.5Comparatively, one of the best S3 ExpansionsThe Sims franchise has experienced profound success over it's many years, and for good reason. It finds a way to make everyday life into addictive virtual gameplay--when most other videogames capitalize off of unrealistic gunfights, car chases and supernatural adventures. The third incarnation of the Sims has brought many great features, such as an open world, and better-than-ever graphics; however, most of the expansion packs have been flops. World Adventures and Ambitions were both much more trouble than they were worth, and did not add enough fun to traditional gameplay to warrant 3 stars. Thankfully, The Sims 3: Generations comes in right behind Late Night as the second best of the 4 expansions so far. This expansion pack has just the right balance of new features and additions to the traditional; what it lacks in quantity of additions, it begins to make up for in quality. A lot of the new features--such as boarding schools, after-school activities, pranks and the nanny profession--help refresh the age rankings that already existed in the game. And brand-new additions, such as imaginary friends, tree-houses and the reintroduction of official "dating" spice up your sims lives in very different ways. Overall, I think that Generations deserves more credit than a lot of reviewers give it. Sure, it's not revolutionary, and it could've done a lot more, but when you look at the big picture, EA games has managed to give us a satisfying new addition to gameplay that did it's job--it revitalized the aspects of the game that are highly repetitive (i.e. childhood and teen years). They managed to make me, for one, long to play the game again. And for that, I applaud them.4
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