By now, you’ve probably heard about The Sims. It all started with a little idea of controlling the lives of autonomous characters called “sims,” and it took off in a big way to become a best-selling game series on multiple platforms–and on the PC, the series became infamous for its many expansion packs. The Sims 2 Seasons is the latest one, and unlike the last few expansions, this one doesn’t add a zillion ambitious new features that make the game more complicated. Instead, it adds seasonal weather, crop farming, and some new group activities that can actually make the challenging gameplay of Sims 2 a more relaxed pastime. For players looking for a slower-paced experience that doesn’t require you to keep track of the ins and outs of an in-game business–or constantly watch a hyperactive pet–this is a good thing.