Summary: I love love the Sims, and this was a cool expansion pack but I do not think it was worth the 40 dollars because it is essentially another world with a few new novelty items. Not as cool as World Adentures which enables you to travel to multiple worlds and have multiple houses and adventures. Seeing your future generations is pretty cool and how the future is altered in various ways and I love the hoverboard.
SIMS 3 Into the Future was fun, interesting, and entertaining, but had some major detractors in my opinion.
JD Hunt, Amazon
4 September 2013
Summary: For the most part the game play was smooth and enjoyable, as well as entertaining, and the advanced technology, such as the floating computers, was a nice touch. However, the low number of jobs/careers was disappointing, as well as the fact that there is really not much for teenagers to do.
Summary: meh. I'm not sure what to do with this expansion pack.. am i supposed to live in the future? or just open the uneventful spaceship with each Sim i have visit?... it has some glitches as well, when i return home sometimes half my family have disappeared. boo hoo.. definitely has some cool cars, flying accessories, a weird little fish that's like a furby that you have to feed or else it gets mad at you.. I'm not that into it..
Excerpt: Probably the last expansion to be done on the Sims 3, Into the Future gives you the ability to send your sim into the future. From there, you can alter how the world will turn out, whether it be an apocalyptic wasteland or a utopia. New items let you travel the land on hoverboards or by transit. Your sim, while in the future, may see how their family turned out and even have new friends from the future visit them in the present.