The game was released on May 31, 2011. Great for stirring things up lol and raising a big family of-course. Let nature take over and build a simple ranch. The parties that were the talk of the town now go into overdrive, with more elaborate choices that will thrill your social butterflies. Sims 3 enthusiasts, get ready to pack your bags cause you might be ready for a move! But hey –I wouldn’t really like to live in medieval times without my phone and laptop. So why not get the best of both worlds? Well with the Dragon Valley map you can feel what our ancestors felt like while walking on the stone streets of Medieval Europe. No matter where I go there's always other Sims! The Sims 3: Generations is the fourth expansion pack for The Sims 3, which EA announced by press release and video trailer on April 5, 2011. Really liked Aurora Skies for family style play, twinbrook is also good, but very limited in terms of starter homes if you don't plan on using cheats. This paradisiacal island is one of the most beautiful maps ever created for a Sims game. I like Moonlight Falls a lot - it is my "go to" town most of the time. You can purchase this amazing map or simply get it as part of the Island Paradise DLC if you happened to have pre-ordered it. Fun content on everything pop culture. Sims with the nurturing trait are better at taking care of kids and can punish naughty Sims by giving them timeouts, banning video games, and grounding them. [1] It contains elements of The Sims 2: Family Fun Stuff, The Sims: House Party, The Sims 2: Teen Style Stuff, The Sims 2: FreeTime, The Sims 2: University, and The Sims 2: Celebration! Not only does it have a massive number of lots but it’s also got a large number of playable sims. Regardless what ever town you pick, any of them work well with Generations. In The Sims 3: Generations, each life phase has a theme. An unofficial trailer[4] was leaked on March 11, 2011. This is arguably one of the largest maps that have ever come out in the franchise, and given that it was the first map in The Sims 3 it surely made an impact on the community. As a young adult or an adult, the focus is on their relationships with others; from marriage to having children of their own. I feel like these towns fit Generations nicely, since they're not specific for an expansion. It is based on traditional Nordic towns and you can tell that by simply looking up at the night sky – the aurora borealis is right there for all to see. I promise you won’t regret it! Sims with the rebellious trait can make trouble pulling off various pranks, such as doorbell ditching, adding hair dye to their sibling's shampoo, and making the toilet explode. Your world will have a pirate theme to help you and your sims go on adventures like you’ve never experienced before in the franchise. [2] Generations is one of two expansion packs (the other being Seasons) to come without a new town for Sims to explore. Born in the first half of the 90s, video games have been a part of my life ever since I was introduced to Age of Empires I by my dad. In any case, if you love to see the sunset on the coast and experience the life of an island dweller, this is probably one of the best towns to download. Stuff. Starlight Shores comes with the Showtime Expansion Pack and it’s basically a scaled-down representation of Hollywood. But, with Generations particularly, there is a drawback. Feel what it’s like to live the real tropical life by calling Sunlit Tides your new home. It is the first major expansion pack that does not contain a game manual, instead containing a simple install guide with the serial code attached. In fact, it has one of the best town designs in the entire Sims 3 game (including expansion packs!) If you like expansions that bring a lot of new professions or skills it's not for you. Your sim might be able to hit it rich if they get enough luck coming their way. It’s an amazing area for lovers of the outdoors, much like the Aurora Skies map, but with a twist. My favourite towns are probably Appaloosa Plains and Hidden Valley. If you love having your sim explore meadows and live a simple life then the Appaloosa Plains is the right town to inhabit. It has the very suburban-dream feel to the town, and most of the families have children or teens. The creators of the map also weren’t too keen on discussing its story, as they like the shrouded mystery that covers this beautiful homeland. So in this post I’ve organized my picks of the 15 the best worlds/areas/towns that you and your sims can inhabit.