Players start off in the imagination-fuelled world of childhood, where they can take dance classes, misbehave with their imaginary friend or goof around in one of three themed tree houses; space rocket, wooden shack or princess. Players may then move on to embrace the drama of the teen years by pulling elaborate pranks such as exploding toilets, color dye in the shower or ding dong ditch, become prom king or queen, or forget the school dance and throw a raging party at their parents’ house. There will be even more creative options to explore with a brand new chemistry set, but they’ll need to use caution, or their Sims might turn themselves into a ghost. As adult Sims, players ride the wave of freedom. They can attend or plan bachelor and bachelorette parties, throw lavish weddings, and go through a mid-life crisis where they may change their hair, style, and more. With a wealth of new options and activities, Sims’ lives are sure to be more interesting in The Sims 3 Generations.
Sims 3: Generations System Requirements
30 Nov 2011 - Specs reviewed
OS: Win Xp 32
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz / AMD Athlon XP 2000+
Graphics: AMD Radeon Xpress 1100 128mb or NVIDIA GeForce 6200
PC System Analysis For Sims 3: Generations Requirements
Your PC will need a graphics card thats as powerful as a GeForce 7600 GT 256MB/Radeon HD 6450 and it should be paired with either a Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4000+/Core 2 Duo E4400 2.0GHz CPU to match the Sims 3: Generations recommended system specs. This PC setup will deliver 60 Frames Per Second on High graphics settings on 1080p monitor resolution. 3 GB will also be needed to achieve the Sims 3: Generations rec specs and get 60FPS. You should also have 1.5 GB system memory for min specs. Make sure your GPU can run DirectX 9 or Sims 3: Generations won’t run. We suggest a 15 year old PC to play smoothly.