The Sims 2 Pets
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In Sims 2: Pets, you'll create the perfect pet for your Sims to train, play with, and love throughout a lifetime. Choose from dozens of popular dog and cat breeds like Schnauzer and Siamese, or create a unique cat or dog by modifying their features and body type. Teach the pets tricks, take them for a romp in the park to meet other furry friends, or buy them toys, beds, and much more. But pets have minds of their own-so expect the unexpected! Upload your favorite Sim pets to TheSims2.com to share with other players

Create new companions for your Sims to love throughout their lifetime. It's fun and easy to play with the Wii controls, but expect the unexpected with your furry friends. Choose from popular dog and cat breeds or customize their features to create a unique pet for your Sim to raise as one of the Family. Whether Sims are romping with their pets in the central town park or searching the shops for the perfect pet accessory, keep one thing in mind—Sim pets have minds of their own.

FEATURES

  • Your Sims Have Pets—Adopt dogs, cats, and guinea pigs for your Sims to play with. Your Sims can train their dogs and cats to learn new tricks. They even have their own personality— smart, friendly, silly, or hyper!
  • Create-A-Pet—Choose from more than 22 dog and 15 cat breeds including Retrievers, Beagles, Pugs, Schnoodles, Main Coons, Siamese, and more. You can even create your own by customizing their appearance with a variety of traits including body shape, color, fur, nose, and ears!
  • Head to the Town Park—Take your Sims and their pets for a playful romp at the Central Town Park where they can play with their furry friends and meet other Sims and their pets. Buy fun items for your Sims' pets at local shops and watch the town center grow over time.
  • Classic Sims Gameplay—Create Sims that look like you and your friends and control how they spend their lives—their stories are in your hands!
  • Easy-to-Play with the Wii—With full support for the Nunchuck and Wii remote, just point at the screen to direct your Sims. Designing homes is a snap as you grab walls, furnishings, and decor and place them where you want.
Features:
  • Add dogs, cats, birds, or guinea pigs to your Sims family
  • Create your own unique cat or dog by modifying its body type, face shape, fur color, markings, and more
  • Cross different breeds to create designer pets or make new ones and register them to appear in Create-A-Family
  • Teach pets tricks like shake, fetch, roll over, and more -- unruly pets might topple the trash or scratch the sofa, but Sims can change their pets' ways with the right training
  • Skilled pets can have careers of their own and earn a living as Movie Stars, Rescue pets, or members of an elite Security Pet Corps

Customer Reviews:

  • Best Sims game to hit the Nintendo
    I think this is by far the best Sims game to hit the Nintendo platform. Although there are some things missing from this game, such as gaining points to move to a new house, I think it surpasses its predecessors. First of all, they have exotic dog breeds, they have a Pharaoh Hound...need I say more. It's always fun getting a game featuring dogs that allows you to pick a breed other than a lab.

    Another huge bonus is weekends. Ever get tired of playing the old Sims games because you didn't have enough time to keep your sim happy, clean, and full. No problem now. You have two extra days to pick up your Sims needs and also earn points.

    Finally, the best part is the shopping. You actually get to go into the Town Square and buy cool little things for you and your pet. Buy a cute dog bed, a goldfish, and grab a latte and a hotdog on the way out. Not to mention the cool restroom you can use while you're there. Doesn't really sound exciting, but it's cool when you're used to the old games where the only time you leave the house is to work, and you don't even get to see anything....more info
  • Review of Sims Pets
    My kids saved their money and together, they bought this game. They love it! Especially my 10 yr. old daughter, who is at that stage where she doesn't really "pretend" anymore. She can do that here, but she's playing a video game. My 14 year old son likes it, because he "spends money" that isn't real, gets to be a "grown-up" for a while!...more info
  • fun game
    the game is a lot of fun and my kids love it only we were dissapointed that it is really only a one player game....more info
  • Very Addicting
    This game is very addicting!! Once you get past the controls - you use both the remote and nunchuck - it is a very fun game!! It is almost exactly like the computer game which I like. I just can't get the cheat for the money to work. I would definately suggest this game to anyone who likes the Sims....more info
  • My daugther likes it very much
    My daugther wanted this game badly, I bought it for her as I am more into sport games. I think its bad it only comes in english eventhough it gives the impression that it comes in spanish as well.

    It seems like a fun game for people that like Sims and speak english. But I can not guarantee it, so I rate it with three stars.
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  • Stick with the computer versions
    Having owned and loved the entire series in computer format, I was excited when I heard Sims2-Pets for the Wii was alot like them. The gameplay and storyline ARE very similar. However, the controls are difficult to figure out, and even harder to master. You have to concentrate so much on hitting different combinations of buttons to preform even simple functions that your interest in the story is pretty much lost. I really wanted to love this game, but the poor controls make playing feel like work....more info
  • Sims 2 Review
    I really like this Sims game because it makes you gain pactience. The animals are very cute, and the extras are really fun....more info
  • Fun and addicting!
    I find this game to be quite addicting (in a good way)! Without noticing, I can spend hours taking control of the lives of the Sims characters, while ensuring they take care of their pet and each other. Unlike some reviewers, I found the control scheme to work just fine, even better than on a PC, once you actually spend the time to LEARN them. They actually become second nature once you've actually played the game for any length of time. It's fun and challenging to keep the Sims happy and motivated, and working on the home and yard design and layout is significant!

    I enjoy games with almost infinite replay value (including many sports games), and this is one of the best I've played on the Wii so far. Now that EA has announced Sims Animals for this fall, I might have to pick that up, as well as Animal Crossing: City Folk this holiday!...more info
  • Great Game
    I like the game play as much as any Sims game I've played, but the controls are a bit clunky and difficult....more info
  • help
    How do I make the sims people speak english? it is very annoying and frustrating because you cant understand it....more info