Sims 3 pets dating
Yes, the Sims franchise is no longer contempt with simulating human beings.
Pets will let you create and control "over a hundred different kinds of cats and dogs." And in a risque direction for the franchise, you'll be able to share pets and breed with friends.
Obviously this means a lot of dog-on-cat violence, but creating a puppy and kitten that end up best friends for life is enough to reduce even the hardest of hearts to baby-talking jelly.
On top of the expected pet owning/creating options one of the other major new features is a bunch of new karma powers.
EA announced the latest addition to the popular franchise: The Sims 3 Pets.
On the PC and Mac, Pets will be an expansion pack, but on Xbox 360, PS3 and Nintendo 3DS, it will be an entirely standalone game."For the first time ever, players will be able to play as their pets and see life through their eyes," Scott Evans, General Manager of The Sims Studio, said.
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The Xbox 360 version adds Kinect support, so that players can "take control of their pets and Sims by voice commands, like telling their Sim to be romantic or feeding their dog." We're not exactly sure what the voice command for "be romantic" is, though.
Neither version, we were upset to find out, features pet pigs.
Although pets are a regular expansion pack theme for The Sims this is the first time that you’ve been able to create and customise them like you would a human, and even give them your own personality traits.
The Xbox 360 and 3DS versions add platform-specific features.
The 3DS version takes advantage of the system's built-in pedometer so that players can convert their steps into Karma Points.
The lack of horses means no customised Twilight Sparkle, but creating your own cats and dogs is still a task we found ourselves dedicating worryingly long hours to.