The Sims 2: Seasons
Back When We reviewed the last Christmas-themed expansion for The Sims 2, you may have noticed a screenshot showing some decorative reindeer in some snow.
Well, that wasn't snow, it was actually just sand flooring I'd found in the build menu. It looked a bit like snow, but it wasn't. It was a secret I was prepared to take to my grave, but now that The Sims 2: Seasons has arrived, I can safely admit my fraudulent ways and frolic in real virtual snow instead.
To say that The Sims 2: Seasons merely adds four different weather effects and switches between them at certain intervals would only be mostly accurate. It actually adds, as these expansions always seem to, a load of extra things vaguely related to the theme of seasons. This time it's gardening, and a special gardening club you can join and have rate your garden. It's actually kind-of nice, with some decent new content such as new careers and actions, and all our nasty cynicism was gently eroded by the mere act of growing and tending to a tomato plant.
As far as Sims expansions go though, it's mediocre. I mean come on, it's bloody weather... And gardening. What's next? The Sims 2: Picking Your Arse? We can only hope.
Processor: PC compatible,
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode