Summary: I loved playing this game when it first came out. I'd spend countless hours in front of the TV creating my house and working on building the perfect life. I still play occasionally (when I'm not having to fight my nieces over the controller) though maybe not 12 hours straight. Overall it would be the perfect gift for girls 6-14 in age.
Summary: its awesome and its cool how you can design your own animals you cant woohoo in it though which is stupid better graphics than sims 2 easier to make houses and stuff not for people that dont like the sims games
Summary: This game is ok the make ur own breed is a nice idea but it needs more options to change how the apperance of the dog looks this would b a better game for kids with less attention to detail that are just looking to have fun.
Summary: there qas no point in callin this game sims pets because its like any other sims game wit pets u dont even get to control wat they do u just watch them run around ur still only taking care of your sim and that get borin.. for the most part u can go to this place town square were u get to hang out wit other sims and let ur pets intereact with other pets u can was ur pets there and do some shopping or just sit around and eat ice cream..
Summary: My 11 year old grandson and I love this game. We have fun decorating the homes and creating different people and pets. Teaches kids how to be responsible for someone other than themselves. You can give the Sims different personalities and achievements. Great game.
Summary: Well. This is difficult to say- The Sims: Pets is not a good idea for young children, of course, but it's pretty fun how you get to create different families and people. Plus, pets are a good addition to the Sims games. I was pretty disappointed by the graphics, though. Also, it took quite a long time to load a saved game... that made me impatient and after a while you got a bit sick of it.
Summary: the only thing that my daighter wishes in this game is for a variety of pets. Pretty much limitted to cats and dogs. You can have a hamster, but it's not interactive. Also you can not make decisions for the pet... only as the owner.
Summary: i orded this product yesterday, finally saved the money. so now i'm waiting on little miss snail mail. i gave this game 4 stars because i am sure it will live up to the standards that all (or most) sims games have followed. i've been addicted to the sims for around 5 years and have passed my addiction to a few along the way, i am extreamly excited about this game, possibly too excited about it.