The majority of the new features introduced in The Sims 3: Generations are enjoyable enough to fiddle with, but none of them are major game changers. Greater depth to the different life stages provides enough fresh material to make it worth revisiting your Sims’ worlds for another go around, particularly when it comes to pranking neighbors with flaming dog poo and other mischievous tricks. But Generations doesn’t usher in the same level of sweeping change found in the last few expansions. As a result, it comes across as a weak link in the chain.
| IGN: The Sims 3: Generations Review |