Summary: Before I got this game, I thought it looked kinda cute. When I played it, it was okay, but pretty boring overall. You can teach your hamster to talk, which was kind of fun but sometimes I said one thing, and it thought I said another thing. Also, in order to play the mini games, you have to wait for your hamster to want to play and then it picks a mini game and a difficulty. The biggest dissapointment was the Ham-country. There isn't one.
Summary: Yes the Hamsterz are cute...but after a while they do and say the same things, and nothing new really happens after you've acquired all of the items. You can teach them to play with a toy, only to find that a minute later they have forgotten how to, and you have to sit there and wait for them to figure it out all over again.
Summary: This game has a MIS-PRINT on the box and description!! It says that this has a Ham-Country with a bakery, school, playground, bookstore, etc. THAT'S NOT TRUE!!! If you are buying the game for that reason, dont do it! You will be very disappointed! I have had this game for almost a month, and I have played it for over 40 hours (total time).
Conclusion: What is the point of this game? All you do is clean up after, feed and occasionally play a game with some hamster. First, I was hooked. Secondly, I got bored. Then I atopped playing altogether! Avoid this game.
Excerpt: Hamsterz n'est qu'un énième épisode issu de la licence Petz qui n'apporte rien de plus au genre. Bien que l'idée de s'occuper de hamsters est intéressante, rien ne vaut un véritable animal plutôt que de passer des heures à simuler la prise en main de ces attachants petits êtres. Ceux qui collectionnent déjà les jeux du genre pourront éventuellement accrocher au titre, les autres passeront irrémédiablement leur chemin.