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Catz (Nintendo DS)
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- Feed, clean and take care of your kitten.
- Play and pet using the touch screen. Speak to your kitten.
- Buy him new toys and items, and then play with him to teach new skills.
- Buy items and decorate his environment the way you like.
- Take pictures to enter magazine contests for money, and to share with friends
- Visit and Help your neighbours to get Kitty Karma and money!
- Collect and trade cards.
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- Platform: Nintendo DS
- PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Adopt a cute kitty among different breeds and learn how to take care of him just like in real life.
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So my daughter for a birthday present was presented with "Catz". She played with it for all of 15 minutes, until it was put away for other games.
Anxious to test it out myself (Yes, I'm a big kid and a big gamer from my youth, ahhh Sonic the Hedgehog, those were the days), I put the cartridge into my own DS in anticipation.
Things didn't start off promising. On came the games "theme tune", without any exaggerating the most dreary downbeat and tuneless song I have ever heard on a game. This is no joke at all. Well things can only improve I thought with a smile as I started off the game....how wrong I was.
Not too bad at first really, you get to choose a kitten (They don't look realistic though - no-where near as "cuddlesome" as Nintendogs, and let's face it, that's what the target audience want). You can give them a tickle and hear them purr, but I soon realised that the only difference between them all was the look and sex of the kittens - they all had identical "personalities". Again, the obvious thing must be to compare this to the phenomenally and deservedly popular Nintendogs - and each dog there has a distinct personality.
Well, you've picked your kitten, you "go home" and there it is in a very basic graphically speaking room. It will explore, it will "meow" occasionally.
So then what do you do? Well, you can feed it - provides seconds of fun.Read more ›
(i am 10 years old, if you are thinking about getting it for someone about 6 or 7, this would be gr8!)
You can also decorate the room, this also costs money, and buy accesories (hats, slippers) for the cat. After about 5 mins of stroking the cat and throwing a ball around I was really just twiddling my thumbs. Evey now and then you get a message asking you to do a favour for a friend (usually take a photo of their cat) in exchange for money or, more often than not, a kitty card. Kitty cards are useless dull little things which just tell you a cat fact.
There doesnt seem to be any way of measuring your progress (nintendogs has trainer points which unlock new breeds etc. when you gain a certain amount but this game doesnt have anything like that)
Also the game doesnt look as good as nintendogs. Sure the kitty is cute but it could be so much better. I was expecting a lot mopre from this game, I can get hooked on nintendogs for hours or more wherase this game makes me want to take a nap. I wish I hadnt spent my hard earned cash on this pathetic game.
Perhaps I have missed something and theres a hole other side to this game that I havent found, even if there is, I'm not at all interested enough to find out
No point reviewing this game in the same way as you would Halo 3. Come on people, the game is designed for kids.
Catz is great at what it does!
This game is good for young kids as there first game as its really simple and
easy to play but it is soo not worth getting for over £20.
i was very patient with it, and one day i recieved a message on my phone(the PDA on the game)and i was told that i was in a competition to take a picture of my kitten and if i win my picture i took will be on a front cover of a magazine!i was thrilled,finally i was going somewhere with this game!it turned out i won and i got a prize money!this competiton carries on every week.so there!
people who have this game and who have given up on it (like i did )should try playing it again and being patient with it!!!so i do reccomend this game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have a daughter aged 7. She loves playing this game. Would recommend it to children of her age but perhaps not younger.Published on 20 Nov. 2013 by Angela Dubnyckyj
Only bought as a present for a relation so I do not use but he seems to enjoy playing itPublished on 31 Oct. 2013 by kevin
because it`s a good game (why did you choose this rating )
that you can call somebody ( what did you like or dislike )
everybody i know (who would you recomend this... Read more
kittens are very cute but the tune is very annoying when they keep playing it! Bought for my 6 year old but think it would be better for an older child as he lost interest quite... Read morePublished on 16 Sept. 2013 by Miss Tracey M Gallagher