Conclusion: Key word being liked. To say it's a knock off from Nintendogs would be unjust. The Petz series was around a lot longer than the DS, and though the latest installments are a different formula to the PC versions, I have to say Bunnyz is actually a delight to play. The graphics are cute, rounded and ideal for young and older players. The mini games are fun, but also quite challenging in the later stages, and the rabbits have lots to do in their houses.
Excerpt: This game is similar to the ubisoft petz games for the PC in that you can choose a bunny (I think you can adopt as many as you like) to look after. However you can only have on of your adopted bunnys out to play at one time. The aim of the game is basically to keep your bunny or bunnys happy by keeping their cage clean, grooming them, feeding them, letting them out to play etc. The graphics are excellent, much better then PC version of pet games.
Pros: Cute bunnys, good graphics,
Cons: Hmm hard to say, it can be pricey in the shops .
Summary: Ce jeu est mignon, pour nos petits, ils vont apprendre à s'occuper d'un lapin à savoir prendre soin de lui, ce qui parait étrange, c'est de lui apprendre à parler. C’est un jeu monotone, trop répétitif...