The Sims 3: Generations is an expansion set for The Sims 3 that focuses on the development of your sims, adding more interactions to the relationships between them.
From childhood to adult life, through the turbulence of adolescence, The Sims 3: Generations gets you fully immersed into the different life stages of your sim, with childhood and adolescence as the periods featuring more new features. Your kids and teenagers in The Sims 3: Generations will play jokes on neighbors, try to skip classes and argue with their parents because they’re not allowed to go to a party.
The role of parents also changes in The Sims 3: Generations. You can now have a greater influence on your kids by spending more time with them, enroll them in extracurricular activities and telling them off for their bad behavior, among other options. This special care for children can be extended to your neighbors’ kids, with a new profession: baby sitter.
On the downside, The Sims 3: Generations includes only a few new objects and furniture. In the whole, it’s not a very rich expansion set – at least compared with others – but all serious Sims fans out there won’t hesitate to add it to their collections.
The Sims 3: Generations makes sim growth and development more interesting by adding new options to their different stages in life.