The Sims 3: Seasons Exapansion Pack – Review (Windows PC)
16 January 2013
Conclusion: I can’t overstate how well seasons work within The Sims 3. All of the other extras work well and provide an excellent array of options to help enhance gameplay, even if not providing a handful of new careers or towns as in previous expansions.
Excerpt: Since The Sims 3 launched in 2009, Sims have vacationed in exotic lands, discovered new careers, mingled with celebrities and the supernatural, and maybe even adopted a pet or two. But. But! They’ve done it all to the backdrop of static weather. Each day had blue skies, green grass, and even temperatures. This all changes with The Sims 3: Seasons, the eighth expansion for the base game.
Pros: The appearance of weather, Showing off your stylish outerwear, Seasonal holidays and festivities
Cons: Intrusive ads for DLC, Some bugs are still not fixed, How often your Sims get sick
Excerpt: 2012 was a busy year for The Sims 3. Seasons is the third, and last expansion pack released last year and it adds some features that Sims fans have been yearning for since the base game came out in 2009: weather and…aliens.