Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D [ 3DS CIA ]

Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D

Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D

Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D

A lackluster Game Boy Advance game running on DS. It’s also the latest installment in THQ’s Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D series, which has previously included Paws & Claws: Pet Vet, and Paws & Claws: Dogs & Cats Best Friends. Those two titles struggled to do anything truly notable in their respective simulation and virtual pet genres, and only ended up offering average gameplay experiences &#Array; but even average would be better than what this latest release brings to the table. Because Pet Resort is truly unremarkable. It’s boring, for one, and it’s confusing to get into. And, worst of all, it’s derivative of its own predecessor &#Array; last year’s Pet Vet used essentially the same concept, only this time all of the veterinarian simulation has been axed from the equation. The idea is that you’re the owner/operator of a pet resort, a place where pet owners can come and drop off their dogs, cats and bunny rabbits to stay for a while and be cared for and pampered. And the goal is to make your resort as luxurious and profitable as possible, by collecting payment from happy customers and reinvesting the profit into upgrades for your facilities. That’s all fine. But it’s not any fun.

Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D

There aren’t any worthwhile uses of the DS touch screen, of course, because this is a GBA project. Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D The closest thing you get to using the stylus is brushing an animal fur with a rubbing motion, but that’s an element that’s clearly just tacked on &#Array; there isn’t even a sound effect attached to the action. The dual screen setup is also largely ignored, as all of the “action” takes place on the bottom display while the top one is constantly locked on a gratuitous and unnecessary map screen. Even getting yourself to the point of being bored with Pet Resort is a chore, as well, as the first minutes with the game are excessively confusing. A list of tasks for your character to accomplish is presented in the beginning, but then you’re on your own with no further instruction &#Array; and the manual packaged in with the game case is no help either.


Release Date : March 20, 2012
Publisher : THQ
Developer : THQ
Region : USA | FREE
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RAR File Size : 42MB


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