Babykittyjade wrote: »
I feel like people need to be more specific than saying generations. Because most of what was in generations we already have spread out across packs. Perhaps the team already understand basically what people mean.
But when I think of generations I imagine TONS more stuff for teens and kids, only because adults can already do everything it's the younger ages that feel most lacking. Kids most of all.
So to be honest rather then a generations I'd prefer a total kids pack filled with all types of interactions, and things of interest for them (that I won't list because I'm tired of listing it over and over 😅) and a separate dedicated high-school teen pack so that both ages feel properly complete.
I can't think of much for elders because elders are really just adults that grew older but they don't really change that much.
One thing I would love though is the ability
To make elders that actually feel "older" I like to make grandparents around 90+ we cannot even make a sim who generally looks that old. Would definitely love a slow cane walk, unique interactions and anything else that could help them feel older
PurpleThistles wrote: »
I agree most of what was in generations, we do have in Sims 4, however as a regular family player of both Sims 4 and Sims 3, I think for me it's a lack of autonomy in Sims 4 that is the problem. Yes you can read your child to sleep in Sims 4, but they don't ask like on Sims 3. In the Sims 3 the kids autonomously play tag, reign over the court, pretend to drive and so forth. I love panning over to my child Sims and finding them doing something like this autonomously. In Sims 4 kids mostly just clean and do homework on their own. Unless you directly control them all the time, they are just a bit boring.
I was watching my sim kid in Sims 3, they went to their parents bed and then starting checking underneath it for monsters! It's these little things that really add personality and depth to sim kids. Releasing a generation style pack with more 'stuff' won't fix this, they need to fix the autonomy of each life stage.