The Sims 2: Pets Reviewed
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Hooked Gamers recently posted a review of The Sims 2: Pets, the animal focused expansion for the popular Sims title. In addition to adopting pets players can make use of Build-A-Pet options, buy new pet related objects, and even set their new pets on career paths. Hooked Gamers gave Pets a score of 8 out of 10.
From the review:
Yup - Pets can get mini-jobs, like Sim teenagers. The job trees are relatively short, and smart dogs that are around Sims with a decent amount of free time should have no trouble learning the commands needed to launch them to the top of their career. Sims also have training related Wants, much like parent Sims wanting to teach child Sims. And that is yet another similarity between younger Sims and Pets. Heck, Pets have personalities too! There are three levels of Intelligence, Energy, Socialization, Behavior Towards Others, and Cleanliness. They even socialize like Sims, making friends and knowing who their relatives are. With so much being the same, you might begin to wonder what's different.Aspyr Media has completed development of The Sims 2: Pets for Mac and it should be available this month.
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