The Sims 3 Generations adds another facet to Sims’ characters, making their behaviour even more true to life no matter what their age. Whether pre school or adolescent, young life with all its trials and tribulations is built into the package.
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As the fourth installment in The Sims 3 game series, The Sims 3: Generations PC is an expansion pack that enhances game play in the way that fans will appreciate.
The Sims 3 games are known for opening up the world in new and unique ways that players do not expect. The features that each expansion pack brings to the game allow players to further immerse themselves in the world of The Sims. The Sims 3: Generations is no different. Generations adds goals, interactions and items that enhance the family and household dynamics of the game. While there are not any major changes to game play, here are some of the things that have been added that give The Sims 3 : Generations players a different experience.
While wedding and house parties have been available since the very first The Sims game, in Generations your Sims are able to throw themed parties that give them more personality. Sims are now able to throw and attend bachelor and bachelorette parties that come with party dancers and perhaps some adult entertainment. Teenage Sims can also throw parties at their house. They are also now able to attend school dances.
New Family-Centered Items
Every new expansion pack in The Sims 3 game adds some new items to play around with. The Sims 3: Generations is no different. Some of the items are more centered to younger Sims but most people can have fun on them. Some items include: