The Sims 3: Pets Reviews and more

Based on 2 critics – Overal Score: 78 / 100

GameInfo: The Sims 3: Pets is the fifth expansion pack for The Sims 3. Create perfect-or imperfect-pets for your Sims, from fierce guard dogs to destructive kittens to trusty horses and more as you determine not only how your Sims’ pets look but their personality traits as well. With a variety of new activities and social interactions, take control of these pets and experience the world from their perspective. Treat your Sims and their pets to an exclusive venue filled with unique objects found only in the Limited Edition. Give your Sims a new member of their household and discover all-new ways to play with life!

Critic Score
GameDynamo “It was inevitable that The Sims 3 would receive its own pet expansion sooner or later. Two years after the third generation launched, we finally have The Sims 3: Pets, and it does a good job covering that aspect of the larger Sims experience.” Read Full Review 86/100
Gamefreaks: All things considered and The Sims 3 Pets is the perfect addition to the franchise for fans. It takes everything that is right about the series as a whole and adds cute, cuddly and adorable pets to it. The purrfect (sorry) compliment for the intended demographic, you’d be barking (sorry again) mad to miss it. Read Full Review 70/100



Genre: Simulation
Style: Life Development Sim
Release Date: October 18, 2011
Developer: The Sims Studio
Publisher: Electronic Arts

One thought on “The Sims 3: Pets Reviews and more”

  1. At first I thought the pets thing would get old – after all, I remember Giga Pets and that concept was interesting for maybe 2 hours. Anyway, finally just picked up this expansion pack and it is surprisingly fun! I have spent literally hours just playing around with the coat design features, you can really create distinguishable animals.

    Also, this add-on has some new songs in Simlish, and those are always hilarious. My favorite has gotta be "Television" by Jack's Mannequin, it is such a trip to hear that song in Simlish, I wonder how they do that?

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