Nintendogs has a lot to answer for, and Crazy Pig shows why. On the surface, it basically is Nintendogs, but with a bacon-based protagonist instead. We split our playing time between a grizzled veteran gamer (34), and a gamer more in the target market for this type of game, a six year old girl.
What became quickly apparent wasn't really how good Crazy Pig was - it's a very limited Pig simulator with annoyingly repetitive music (and this both players agreed on) with a collection of fairly short and repetitive minigames. It also doesn't help that the pig-rearing part of the game is quite limited; you can only scratch, clean or feed your pig and watch the mostly pre-rendered animations so many times before it becomes dull for players of any age.
Crazy Pig isn't a terrible title given the asking price, but it is limited, and those after a game to entertain their kids for a long time will do better elsewhere.