The Sims 2 Pets Reviewed
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Worthplaying 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. Worthplaying gave Pets a score of 8 out of 10.
From the review:
As with Sim people, your new Sims 2 pets have genetics. If your cute little cat finds herself a partner, you can wind up with a litter of kittens which are an almost identical cross between the cat couple. This is called a mix breed; you can make mixed breeds on purpose and register your brand-new breed. You can also strive for purity and try to have your cat only breed with other purebreds. The choice is yours (and your pet's!).The full review is available at the site below.
Worthplaying: The Sims 2 Pets Review
There are literally an infinite number of possibilities on how you can make your pet look. You start by selecting a basic breed, or one you have previously made. After you select your breed, you can begin morphing and changing the pet to your liking. Everything is adjustable so you are able to, as with Sim people, change your pet's physical attributes, from the size of their tail to the length of their ears. There is even a new tool which allows you to change your pet's fur using layers. Each layer is a set fur pattern with a particular color and is applied onto the last layer; this way, your Sim pet can look exactly like your real-life pet, if you so choose.
The Sims 2: Pets
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