Summary: As a huge fan of hamsters and DS games that simulate pet ownership, I was extremely excited when I first saw an article on this game in EGM ("Ubisoft Unveils Latest Halo Killer"). Unfortunately, as happens so often, the game just didn't live up to the hype, and it was entirely because of the absence of any kind of Ham-Country.
Summary: My 10-year-old daughter says that you can't do as much with the Hamsters on this game as you can with the dogs on NintenDogs, so it's not as much fun for her. NintenDogs-Lab & Friends is her favorite.
Excerpt: I didn't really know what to expect when I bought this game, I liked cute animals so I bought it. I think the hamsters are really cute. When I played it at first I really liked the game but after a while it gets really boring, because you have al the clothes ets. allready and the games are the same the whole time. You can teach the hamsters how to talk and you can feed them and give them clothes.
Conclusion: On this game you got to pick a hamster and take care of it. You need to feed it give it water and brush it to keep it clean and happy. You also need to clean its cage you can let it out of its cage to run around your room. You can also play minigames and win food, toys and new cages for your hamster. This game is good for kids but after a while the game can get a bit boring.
Excerpt: I really didn't know what to expect when I bought this game, but what I got was a cute, funny and lovable game which I can quite happily play for hours at a time. ABOUT THE GAME AND THE HAMSTERS: In the game, you get to adopt and play with up to three hamsters. There are different species of hamsters available to choose from and there are two or three different hamster colours available for each different species.
Excerpt: Having stepped into my local Choices, after paying for the stuff I'd bought, I spotted Hamsterz sitting on the shelf of the DS rack. Finding the cover amusing, I turned it over to see a couple of screenshots of the game, displaying various hamsters in cages, and one of the mini games in the game. At first, I thought it was a strange idea. I read some reviews, found out what the game was about and bought it the next day.
Pros: Fun little simulation game, ideal for children
Cons: Not a huge deal of playability for continuous lengths of time
Summary: Ya sabemos que existen las mascotas virtuales, ¿quien no tuvo un tamagochi?, a mi hija se le morían todos a menos que yo se lo cuidara, son menos divertidas que las de verdad, pero ensucian menos y generan menos gastos, pero no solo podemos adoptar un perro, un gato, un caballo o peces de colores, también podemos tener nuestro propio hamster .