Electronic Arts and Maxis could have phoned in this last expansion pack for The Sims 3, but Into The Future is as complete and finished off as the equally strong Supernatural expansion. The wealth of new items, the introduction of Plumbots, and how well it integrates the influence of time make this downloadable content worth the price of admission.
With the opportunity for your present success to impact your future prospects, Into the Future adds some nice new elements to the Sims 3 experience. Not for those who prefer to stay in their Sims' house, this expansion is larger than you might expect for a franchise preparing their new installment.
It is a bit disappointing not being able to choose which year you time travel to or see your own little town in the future, but apart from that The Sims 3: Into the Future is a very fun expansion to this lovely videogame. Especially the plumbots and the dream pod are nice features.
I don't get why users dislike this game since it's really fun and it's very innovative. It includes a lot of new content which might even be worth the money. Much better than some other expansion packs in my opinion.
I'm not really sure why this game is getting so many negative hits. I think it's been one of the most fun and immersive expansions that have been released. It focuses on time travel and things you do in the present can change the future. You can build an customize your own robots that become part of your family. You can even cause a (sometimes fatal) time paradox. IMO, it has more content then a lot of the past expansions.
SummaryFire up the Time Portal and send your Sims to their most exciting destination yet: a whole new world that exists hundreds of years in the future! While they are there, your Sims can build their Advanced Technology Skill in order to get the most out of future technology. Whether your Sims are cruising around on their hoverboard or jetpack...