Summary: I'm a huge sims addict, but I'm not really into this version of the game. I got bored easily. It's alos confusing trying to figure out how things work and controlling your sim is difficult. Other than that its a good game for when your bored.
Summary: The sims 2 pets on the PSP is a fantastic game. Oh, it may not have as many options as the PC version, but that doesn't matter. It is just as fun, except you cannot have children or build houses. The addition of pets is cool, and I reccomend this to anyone who likes the sims.
Summary: i love sims game...i really do but this one sucked...it moved slow the controls were weird....it was totally a waste of time and money. about 10 minutes after i started playing it i was bored, i wouldnt recommend this game for anybody except people who just want to play a stupid game, i was really disappointed
Summary: ive always been a fan of the Sims games but this one a little iffy for me. you start off the game like anyother Sims game customizing your character(s) and with your pet(s) you can customize too. for me the pets were a bit much, if you have cat(s) they claw up your furniture and destroys it. if you get a dog(s) all they do is dig up the yard and raid through your trash cans, and guess who gets to pick everything up?!?!? you do!!!
Summary: If you were considering whether to get Sims2 or Sims2 Pets for the PSP without a doubt I'd buy the Sims2. This is more like the original Sims - no storyline and you just progress learning more skills and geting better careers and houses. BUT it is far less entertaining than the PS2 versions I've played mostly because the lack of locations - your house and one park with a few shops. The pets are annoying - they takes ages to train and wander off mid training session.
Summary: This game you most likely will enjoy. You can be any sim you want. You cannot be a pet though, when you switch to them its just a petwatch camera. If you switch to the classic mode you might find it convenient, but i personally like to be one character at a time, it really depends on what you need to do or want to do. If you don't know how to get a job you just look for one in the newspaper.
Summary: The Sims 2 Pets was among the first games I got for my PSP, and I was highly impressed. I played this game for hours before getting bored. Usually for a Sims game I spend all day on my PC, but with this, I easily spend a good 15 hours a day working on my family and my home. The controls for the PSP are so simple that it's almost impossible to not know what a button does.
Summary: Here are some of the downs about sims 2 pets for the psp: you can't build your own house, slow loading, some lag, only can have a family of four, and when your pets fall asleep in your way you can't wake them up which really annoyed the heck out of me because I couldn't get my alien sim out of the bathroom because of the cat.