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you can change the colour of their fur, the pitch of their voice, choose from over 100 different breeds, adjust their fur length and colorings and a lot more. Like their human owners, pets can also be given two personality traits that influence their development, these could make them better at digging or just make them all out destructive and disobediant - that’s not an option after the effort I’ve put into decorating my place! (this is getting a little too real).


To my surprise pets are also able to develop into a career. It wasn’t long before Tamagotchi was out earning money as a K-9 Cop. This is a great addition to the game which firmly helps establish the furries as equals to their Sim counterparts. Although it is necessary to have at least one Sim, a player, if they so choose, can play through the entire game as an animal. Lovely.


Tired of urinating on lampoasts and sniffing every


rectum in sight ? (as if), The Sims 3 Pets offers goals to work towards in the form of The Mystery Journal. This function offers multi-tiered quests that your Sims or their pets can complete. These quests are engaging, well put together and do not feel in any way tagged on. They are difficult too, so reaching these goals often means ensuring that your Sim or pet has acquired the necessary skills.


I feel that my journey with The Sims has just begun, I find myself wondering what they’re up to while I’m at work, I dream that one day, if I play long enough, Tamagotchi will become a real dog. Of course, I’m just a newbie to the series, but starting from nothing I found the world of The Sims 3 Pets immediately intriguing and absorbing. I have finally succumbed to the craze and am glad I did. If, like almost everyone I know, you’re already a bit of a Sims boffin and are trying to work out whether or not this game is worth a purchase, I think you already know the answer to that.


Copy Played: Xbox 360


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