Summary: I bought this, stupidly, because the game store didn't have the pet game I wanted to buy my 3 year old. On the way home I started trying it out so I could help him play when we got home. By the time we got home I was so frustrated! The buttons aren't easy to figure out like on other kids games and there is no way to get back to the home screen or anything once you have clicked to try to do something; that means that when you (and your child if you are helping them) are...
Summary: I bought this for my daughter for Christmas. It is now December 28th, and she is crying her eyes out! It was great for a couple of days, but then the puppy grew up, and she had to take it to the Pet store where she will never be able to play with it again. Geesh! Kinda heartless. I understand that this is a nursery, and that pets do grow up, but gee whiz its a game and the kids will get attached to the little animals they have taken care of.
Summary: I'm 10 and this game was a disappointment.I know the cover is cute but don't let that fool you!The game is so boring I don't play it anymore!There is almost nothing to do besides playing mini games,feeding it,brushing it, and taking photos of your pet.The instruction booklet is not that helpful.For example: the booklet tells you about emotion icons and that when they come up it means your pet needs something and that you need to fulfill it's needs,it shows you the...
Summary: I brought this because the packaging look cute.Yet after a couple of days doing the same thing over & over.Making bottle,washing,throwing ball.It got real boring real fast.Plus the fact you have to give your pet away once it's grown is just plain dumb.Save your money and skip this one wish I did.
Terrible message for kids--get a baby, raise it, give it away
B. Russell, Amazon
10 January 2010
Summary: My 8-year-old was devastated after she raised a kitty and then couldn't keep it. Not only did I resent having to soothe my child over something that was meant to bring her joy, but also this is a terrible thing to teach children: that you can enjoy kittens and puppies, but then when they are grown, trade, sell, or get rid of them. Pets rely on people to be responsible, caring, and DEPENDABLE owners. I absolutely LOATHE this.
Summary: I was really excited when this game came out, that I wanted it for Christmas and I got it. When I got my first pet in the game, which was a Chihuahua, I was actually having a good time. But when the instructions told me to take it to another place, I had no choice but to take it to the pet store. Talk about a waste. It's stupid, because the game has Wi-Fi and it shouldn't.
Summary: Petz Nursery is a ridiculous waste of money. Short review: Don't buy it. Longer review: The game starts out OK. You get to pick from a select number of cute baby animals (more choices are unlocked later in the game). Once you've selected your baby animal, you play with it and care for it until it becomes an adult. Then what? Nothing. So, seriously... When the animal becomes and adult - and you've spent the time to raise and care for it, it just goes away.