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Written by CriCri & Paperpin Friday, 16 September 2011 15:00
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Preview of The Sims 3 Pets - Our impressions
The Sims 3 Pets Console
The Sims 3 Pets for PC/Mac
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The Sims 3 Pets console

2011.09.09 ts3pets_milan_16The event started with a short preamble of Product Manager Fabio Cerutti who introduced Ken Ogasawara, producer on The Sims 3 Pets Console. Ogasawara showed us the game on XBOX360, introducing the story of poor Tiger Boy, who was incredibly sad for the death of his beloved Tiger Dog. Tiger Boy was in the graveyard with his other pets, which were trying to cheer him up.

The location led us to see a quick overview of the new Mystery feature, which is exclusive for the console version, and some of the new Karma Powers.
Tiger Cat, in fact, was trying to solve a mystery by catching the ghost of a Sim, so we had the chance to see a few new mystery quests in the Mystery Journal: The Pirate Treasure, The Dog Says For Summer, Just 9 lives to live (for cats only), Necessity is the mother of invention.

Also, we saw a few dog tricks while the cute white puppy of Tiger Boy was trying to relief him by playing around. Eventually, with the use of the Divine Intervention Karma Power, we brought Tiger Dog back to life and everyone lived happily ever after.

If you're into console and liked The Sims 3 for this platform, you'll love this new game (which is NOT an expansion for the base game but a standalone product, which basically includes all the features of The Sims 3 Console). There are also exclusive traits and 100+ breeds (but no horses).
You can find Giuseppe's review of The Sims 3 Pets Console here (Italian only).



Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 September 2011 00:33