I’m still not convinced that GameSpot has actually PC gamers or fans of the Sims games as employees. That being said, here’s their review of Generations. Thanks to lolifofo for the heads up.


The Sims games have traditionally received two types of add-ons: “stuff” packs that give fans new items like decor and apparel, and full expansions that add brand new gameplay elements. The Sims 3: Generations is an awkward middle child, granting you more than just hairstyles and new chairs but none of the inventiveness found in previous expansions like World Adventures and AmbitionsThe Sims 3. This addition is a pleasant extension of what already does–not a game changer–and series addicts will undoubtedly enjoy how well Generations captures the essence of life’s individual milestones.