The Sims 4: Seasons Reviews
Changing weather and festive traditions enrich the four-year-old life sim.
One of the best Sims 4 expansions packs so far, Seasons changes everything for your sim families with friendly bees, sinister gnomes and a chance to chat up Father Winter.
The Four Seasons represents the most complete expansion that Maxi's game has received up until now. It is not only about the weather, but it makes The Sims 4 feel like a much more real experience.
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The Sims 4 Seasons is quite frankly the best expansion to come out yet. There are tons of new items, but what sets it apart are the ways it changes the game. It adds so many new activities and things to do and wonderful holidays, it honestly made me feel like this is the first must have expansion for The Sims 4.
One can hope that future expansions are so creative, and continue to allow players to create their own world to fill with their own little slices of suburbia.
All in all, though, The Sims 4: Seasons is worthy of your time and attention if you already have the base game. The expansion packs (with the exception of Get Together, really), all bring something new to the table that adds more life to the game.
The Sims 4 Seasons introduces your Sims to the joys of spring, summer, fall, and winter -- and the dangers of bees, lightning, thermostats, and devious lawn gnomes. It's as quirky, weird, and funny as it sounds.
Seasons makes the Sims more of a simulation and that can't be a bad thing. You could grumble that more items could have been included or other events were added besides festive holidays, but EA has effectively overhauled the personality of your creations in tiny ways while introducing new actions, ways to interact and design ideas for the home. Plus, you can ‘WooHoo' with Santa and surely that will put us on the nice list?
While it's taken far too long for it to arrive, The Sims 4 Seasons is one of the most necessary expansions that exists for the game, as the addition of weather alone adds so much to the overall experience. It's not everything it could have been, and it's definitely got some quirks here and there, but dedicated The Sims 4 players should consider this one a must-own.
Overall The Sims 4: Seasons expansion provides an entirely new experience for players and will give them another reason to revisit their Sims. I enjoyed how it changed up the daily lives of my Sims and how the holidays broke up their sometimes monotonous lives. Even though I had a serious binge while trying out the new expansion, I'm sure there are many more surprises to be found.
In the case of Seasons, it may be too little, too late.
Seasons DLC is everything we could want from an expansion like that, expanding every aspect of the core game. There is no reason for not buying this add-on.
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Participating in my Sims lives without The Sims 4: Seasons is unthinkable now.
Now is the perfect time to begin playing The Sims if you haven't already. I also declare that The Sims is for all ages, multiple-interests and offers interaction like no other simulator has that I have played so far.
The Sims 4: Seasons is more of the same and doesn't have enough content to justify the price tag
Seasons keeps The Sims 4 fresh and interesting, adding some very nice quality of life features and offering a lot of fun new opportunities.
While The Sims 4 Seasons hasn't reinvented the wheel, it has brought a much-requested feature to the latest iteration of the Sims franchise. No longer will your Sims be trapped in endless sunny days. Seasons brings some much-needed variation to the day to day play of The Sims 4, and I'm very glad for that.