The Sims 2: Pets Reviewed
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PC Gamezone recently posted a new review of the PC version of The Sims 2: Pets, the latest expansion for the popular sim title. Pets, as the name suggests, gives players the option of introducing a variety of animal companions to the lives of their favorite sims. In addition to a Build-A-Pet option, the expansion offers features such as new pet items and pet career paths. Gamezone gave The Sims 2: Pets a score of 8.2 out of 10.
From the review:
Of course, itís not all fun and games. If your pet does something against the rules, itís your job to scold it. Pets donít like this, but if you have a dog thatís chewing on your furniture or a cat thatís scratching all your electronics, you absolutely have to put it in its place or it will never learn. The Sims 2: Pets is a great deal similar to raising children. Spare the rod, spoil the poochÖ errÖ child.Check out the full review at the site listed below.
PC Gamezone: The Sims 2 Pets Review
Having a pet, unlike in actual life, negates the need for having a significant other. During my time with this game, my characterís social meter was eternally maxed out. My dog, Crosby, watches television with me, eats my scraps, and brightens the days and spices up the nights all without lifting a paw. Moreover, when creating him, I statistically made him a laidback genius, so heís very low maintenance and has only undergone a scolding or two for chewing on my bed.
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