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The Sims 2: Pets Reviews

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1UP C Jun 15 '07
Console Monster 72% Jul 03 '07
Game Chronicles Magazine 7.0/10 Jul 20 '07
GameZone 7.3/10 Jun 13 '07
IGN Wii 7.2/10 Jun 18 '07
N-Europe 7/10 Aug 02 '07
NZGamer 6.5/10 Jun 30 '07
The Wiire D+ Aug 04 '07
Wii Nintendo Life 6/10 Jul 03 '07
Wonderwall 8.2/10 Aug 01 '07
GameSpot 7.0/10 Jun 14 '07
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"The Sims 2: Pets offers good AI and challenging pet gameplay, but the Wii control scheme isn't ideal."
"As a port, The Sims 2: Pets isn’t anything out of the ordinary. But for a new audience, there has never been a better time to try EA’s mammoth sim series. It’s just as deep and addictive as before – and now comes with a superior control style that only Wii can deliver."
"In the case of The Sims 2: Pets, it really feels like this is a solid game that won’t get its moment in even the most remote spotlight. Its predecessors came out on last-gen systems last fall, and while the game is solid Sims action, it’s going to be outshined by My Sims; a Wii-exclusive, stylistic approach to the original design."
"Unchanged graphically and audibly with the only "refinement" coming in the obligatory form of 16:9 aspect ratio and 480p resolution, hardly groundbreaking. If you have never played a Sims game before then this version is worth buying over the Gamecube iteration as the Wii control scheme is certainly more intuitive but ultimately it's another port with "waggle" and if your waiting for something new then you may wish to hold out for EA's "My Sims" a Wii exclusive take on the established formula which is set to add new life into this solid but tired franchise. "
"As a stand-alone game, The Sims 2: Pets is mediocre and leaves much to be desired. Its shortcomings are painfully evident when one considers its place among the best-selling PC games of all time. Compared to the PC version, the game is awful. But, as policy here at The Wiire, the game is entirely evaluated and graded without a thought of the PC version. So let me take this moment to say this: buy the PC version, as the Wii version is nothing more than a mouse simulation in the air with an additional analog stick."