Summary: A must have if you want to really experience the family life in Sims 3. Adults experience aging and mid-life crisis, kids and teens are able to pull pranks, etc, etc.. plus you get new items in this expansion. Your sims will also treasure their 'first memory of...
Summary: Generations has gotten some flack, but I like this EP. It adds much-needed content to life stages, particularly children and teens. Not a fan of the imaginary friends but there's a lot of content here, from bachelor parties to weddings to clubhouses and dress-up.
Summary: This expansion pack is great, and it definitely has some added stuff; however, the changes aren't as drastic as many of the other expansion packs. No new towns or anything like that, but just new interactions.
Summary: When I picked up this EP I will admit I was becoming a little bored with the base game. After logging more hours than I would care to count playing the game it was starting to feel a little monotonous and like there wasn't as much to explore.
Summary: Sims 3 is already a pretty awesome game, but having expansion packs makes it all the better. I would recommend this expansion pack to all those who want to enjoy the 'growing up' aspect of this game. You will be more involved in each stage of life and what you can do in each stage.