Summary: I think that Seasons is the biggest single change in gameplay. Not only does it add awesome graphics, it includes new careers, new life-goals, and a challenging new mode of playing - attempting to keep your SIMS alive living entirely off their own produce.
Summary: Great expansion pack which makes for some big gameplay changes, and it's visually awesome too - love the snow! Unfortunately this I believe is the last expansion pack EA put out without that ridiculous securom on it, so I will not be purchasing their products in future.
Summary: Seasons is the third expansion pack I have purchased and my favorite by far, even more than Nightlife. It adds so much to the game - you get four seasons and they are relatively realistic. When the season changes over to fall or winter you can actually hear a hollow wind blowing, which adds to the illusion that the weather is starting to cool off.
Summary: There is a reason why there are so may 5 star reviews, it is very difficult to find faults with this game because there is a lot to do, and opens up many windows of opportunities to the game that the other expansion packs just do not have. You can own your own vegetable, fruit garden and sell it profit or stock the items in your fridge or in the fruit machine thing.
Summary: I like this expansion pack for the spontaneous interactions it causes. Make sure to patch it right away at [...] as it has many many glitches. Do keep an eye on your kids to make sure all that jumping on the bed doesn't get them overheated and taken away by the social worker. Poor Sydney and Perth Aha.
Shana "That's my opinion- I could be wrong!", Amazon
6 May 2008
Summary: The others reviewers have completely described the additional fun things your Sims will get to do after you install Seasons. So, I won't go into that. I have all the other expansions installed and by far Seasons is the best expansion. If you're debating getting this one or Bon Voyage-- get Seasons! I love the Plant Sims- the babies are sooo easy to take care of (NO POTTY TRAINING! YAAA!) and you can later turn them into regular Sims.
Summary: The long awaited Season's expansion for the Sims 2 game seems to be worthwhile for the fun and interaction that comes with it. The new weather ability offers some realism to the simming world by offering all four of the seasons (which you can modify at your own discretion), and new challenges for sims like staying warm or cooling off as necessary. No more living outdoors or without roofs to save cash!
Summary: What a pleasure watching my simlets jump into rain puddles, watching them throw on some windbreakers and..was that a bead of sweat running down Grandma's cheek after toiling over the tomato plants? Just like in my bigger world, the joy of having leftovers to reheat without the occasional hassle of creating a new meal is p-r-i-c-e-l-e-s-s.It gives me a little elbow room in the having to call the grocers area.
Summary: This Expansion Pack is Fun with the New Features and has competition with Nightlife... C'mon, your sims get to drive cars in Nightlife, but you have seasons and get to grow crops in "Seasons." there's so much more reality with the Sims 2 Seasons that it's above the level of all of the expansion packs. However, to play with seasons, you should have a good graphics card and a lot of memory on your computer.
Summary: Although Seasons has been out for awhile, I've been lazy and neglected to update about it...well no more! Overall I think Seasons is one of the best two expansion packs to date with TS2 - my personal fave being Open For Business (and hence my favourite part of each expansion is to open a business based on what that expansion brings). Here is a quick overview of the main types of features and what to expect...