Summary: This EP is okay, it isn't my favorite. Having pets is just time consuming, especially maintaining the socialize moodlet. It takes so much time that you begin to lose focus on your human sims. I installed pets when my household had 6 people (1 being a wee baby).
Prepare to kill off your pets and your children...
8 June 2012
Summary: I am a big Sims fan and have always played the PC versions before this. The reviews I read said that Sims 3 Pets was fairly robust for PS3 so I opted to get that and play on the couch rather than drop a ton of money on the PC game and all the expansion packs.
Summary: It's a great game. Difficult at times But addicting. You can beat the game. But you have to get past the glitches in the game. You can't get by week 10 without the game corrupting the saved data. And make sure you save a lot cuz it will freeze the ps3 to where you have to do a hard reboot.
Summary: Pro: the pets in Sims 3 Pets expansion pack are adorable. They move and interact like the real thing. I love them. I commend the developers, because they had to redesign the game from top to bottom to allow the pet interactions. Bravo.
Summary: I've been waiting for this expansion pack for so long- basically since I upgraded from Sims 2 to Sims 3. Unfortunately, it isn't worth the wait. The Sims 3: Pets adds on adoptable, playable animals to the pre-existing game, allowing you to add cats, dogs, horses, and a variety of miniature pets to...
Summary: I've been waiting for this a long time. I have waited for EA to finally make something worth while, not some boring stuff packs. Look at what they made for sims 2? You'd think they'd remake all those expansions for sims 3.
Summary: it was in my basket already, must have been in there for 6 months, ordered it by mistake when getting something else, so much hassle to send it back. shame. the game itsself would probably be ok for a 7 year old girl.
Summary: I found this game extremely boring and quite limited as to what I could do. I'd suggest people get the mac or pc edition rather than a console version. Seems better from what videos I've seen.