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Deswegen ist mir klar: Für den Tierfreund ist »Einfach tierisch« ein rundum gelungenes Addon mit endlosen Editier-, Experimentier- und Erlebnismöglichkeiten. Nach den eher dürftigen »Late Night« und »Lebensfreude« knüpft diese Erweiterung wieder locker an die sehr guten »Reiseabenteuer« und »Traumkarrieren« an.
Is there a casual Sims player out there? Personally, I think not. You either love The Sims and want to own all of the expansion packs, or you don’t play The Sims. But if there are Sims players out there who take a more casual approach and pick and choose between expansion packs, The Sims 3: Pets should be high on their list.
After The Sims 3: Generations and The Sims Medieval: Pirates & Nobles, I was wondering if EA was out of ideas and had lost its touch with Sims expansions. Thankfully, The Sims 3: Pets puts the series and franchise back on track and continues to make its virtual worlds even more fleshed out. As always, this expansion isn't going to make any non-Sims player a convert, but if you're still enjoying your digital families, this is a good expansion to pick up.