The expansions that have come out for the Sims have always been very adult-oriented (by which I mean age not … y’know). For the Sims 2 there were titles such as Hot Date and House Party. For the Sims 3 there has been Late Night, which involves bars, hooking up with strangers, and sporting miniskirts, and Ambitions, which expands a player’s career choices and hobbies. Then there was Medieval Sims … Let’s just forget that mistake altogether. However, the new expansion pack released by EA heads in a different direction (and not ‘different’ like ‘Medieval different,’ thank god). Generations, which was released in the beginning of this month, focuses more on the actions and opportunities of kids and teenagers.
The New York Post and The Sims 3 Generations