Gamesradar- 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. Adding seasonal touches and weather effects brings The Sims 3 to life in a way that was sorely missing before, though the rain and snow can’t cover up this series’ existing bugs. 4/5