Generations adds entertaining moments to a franchise that turns routine duties, like taking showers and tossing salads, into compelling delights, but these new moments are too infrequent and unexceptional to justify the high price tag.
A bunch of new mechanics and items for sims of all ages
Imaginary friends and childrens’ costumes are adorable
Pulling pranks and using the video camera are fun.
Doesn’t have much impact on the overall experience
Proms and other features are missed opportunities
Overpriced for what you get.
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