The My Universe series, obviously targeted at more casual and younger gamers, won’t be for everyone. Consistent with the other titles I’ve played, Pet Clinic has a generous helping of cute and charming then filled in with what amount to essentially mini games for the completion of daily tasks. In this case your job is to be the local vet, taking care of furry friends who’ve been scraped up, aren’t feeling well, or perhaps need some full service care of some kind. While every few days in the early going you’ll add new rooms and treatments that will help steadily add to the potential tasks to complete there’s no getting around the inherent repetition of the days and it can pretty quickly become a grind. For less experienced gamers that may be developing their skills the cute factor and mild nature of the action may have legs but for anyone with some experience it will quickly get dull no matter how many cute dogs and cats it may throw at you.
Justin Nation, Score: