Good buy if you like The Sims, but not worth $50.00.
3 November 2011
Summary: Great game focused on dogs and cats in The Sims 3. Player can choose from dozens of breeds, and the Limited Edition version comes with a code for "special" breeds such as a panda-colored dog. Obtaining Karma Powers is slightly different, and there are different ones to choose from. There are plenty of wishes to fulfill for your Sims and your pets. The map is large and there are multiple places to explore with your Sims. Your pets can also get jobs with their owner(s).
Summary: It's all right, The Sims on console has come a long way (last Sims game I had on console was the original on PS2, I think, haha). Doesn't hold a torch to The Sims on PC though. I just bought it for something to play when I'm bored. It's pretty fun and has lots of little challenges and things.
Summary: This game is just as good as any of the other sims games, but the only thing i dont really like about this game is that the achivements are rather difficult to get. Unlike sims 3 when you do something like have a baby, or kiss you got an achivement, this one is more difficult. But the dogs and cats are cute as. So many to choose from. Very fun indeed.