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Same price as Black Friday for those who missed out. I was looking to get this for my toddler and heard this was easy and enjoyable.
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Own this title already for about a year paying $35

This game brought my 5yr old into console gaming and using a controller! The game is cute and a lot to offer for the kids.
Ryder gets a bit annoying but it is so little new gamers can be guided, so I get why he is constantly talking.

One bummer for the kiddos is the pups don't talk.

All in all great game for first time little gamers, adds in some general problem solving throughout in addition to the platforming play. Recommended! Especially at $19.99!
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Own this title already for about a year paying $35

This game brought my 5yr old into console gaming and using a controller! The game is cute and a lot to offer for the kids.
Ryder gets a bit annoying [From the perspective of an adult] but it is so little new gamers can be guided, so I get why he is constantly talking.

One bummer for the kiddos is the pups don't talk.

All in all great game for first time little gamers, adds in some general problem solving throughout in addition to the platforming play. Recommended! Especially at $19.99!
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amazing picking one up
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This game is great for a 3/4/5 year old. You can't die or get stuck, Ryder says what to do if you stay in the same place for too long, and there aren't a bunch of context menus, so they can just practice learning to run left and right and jumping on things without worrying about dying or having menus they have to get through.

If anyone has any suggestions for similar games, let me know. I definitely recommend this one.
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My 4yo son loves this game and it's definitely the game to get for someone in that 3-5 range that likes games. Definitely worth picking up for a little kid.
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This game is great for a 3/4/5 year old. You can't die or get stuck, Ryder says what to do if you stay in the same place for too long, and there aren't a bunch of context menus, so they can just practice learning to run left and right and jumping on things without worrying about dying or having menus they have to get through.

If anyone has any suggestions for similar games, let me know. I definitely recommend this one.
Check out rush: a Disney and Pixar adventure. It's a tiny bit more advanced but very similar gameplay. Good next step after paw patrol game
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This game is great for a 3/4/5 year old. You can't die or get stuck, Ryder says what to do if you stay in the same place for too long, and there aren't a bunch of context menus, so they can just practice learning to run left and right and jumping on things without worrying about dying or having menus they have to get through.

If anyone has any suggestions for similar games, let me know. I definitely recommend this one.
My 3 year old grandson is always begging to play Yoshi's Paper World with me. Just the other day, he played by himself, while I went to make dinner, and beat one of the bosses by himself! There are a few levels that look a bit scary, so we don't play those with him. If you run out of hearts you disappear but come right back as an egg and plop into the game. It is 1 or 2 player. We do 2 player and when he wants to he can jump on my Yoshi's back and ride along. It is really fun!
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My 5 y/o has been crushing Mario Odyssey. But he absolutely loves Paw Patrol. Assuming this would be a step back?
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My 1 year old loves this game. It took awhile to get down the mechanics, but eventually after hours of constant raging and helpful guide from his favorite character Ryder - he is a master and has 100% the entire game. He's transitioned to the household title of Super Mario Odyssey. This game came naturally to him. Perhaps it's because he played all the previous Mario titles since he was 3 months old.

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Imagine actually typing this out all the while thinking "this is going to be funny!"

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My 3 year old grandson is always begging to play Yoshi's Paper World with me. Just the other day, he played by himself, while I went to make dinner, and beat one of the bosses by himself! There are a few levels that look a bit scary, so we don't play those with him. If you run out of hearts you disappear but come right back as an egg and plop into the game. It is 1 or 2 player. We do 2 player and when he wants to he can jump on my Yoshi's back and ride along. It is really fun!
Yoshi's Paper World is perfect for little ones! My 5yo has played completely through Yoshi and has beaten bowser repeatedly! He made me beat all the bosses at first, but after watching me, he tried himself and has no issue.

Zelda: Link's Awakening was another fun game for him. He wasn't as great at it, but still loves it. Zelda Breath of the Wild is another one of his favorites. That one's easy for him due to the open world design.
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My 5 y/o has been crushing Mario Odyssey. But he absolutely loves Paw Patrol. Assuming this would be a step back?
This is defiantly a step back from Mario Odyssey. If he really likes paw patrol he would probably enjoy playing through once still...but no replay value if he is on to more advanced games.
They complete different missions using different pups (you don't get to choose which pup to use for each mission)
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My 1 year old loves this game. It took awhile to get down the mechanics, but eventually after hours of constant raging and helpful guide from his favorite character Ryder - he is a master and has 100% the entire game. He's transitioned to the household title of Super Mario Odyssey. This game came naturally to him. Perhaps it's because he played all the previous Mario titles since he was 3 months old.

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1?! Impressive! My 3 year old loves crash bandicoot, mario party, pixel junk monsters 2 (should still be on sale for 3 bucks...), super mario bros., lego dimensions.....
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This is defiantly a step back from Mario Odyssey. If he really likes paw patrol he would probably enjoy playing through once still...but no replay value if he is on to more advanced games.
They complete different missions using different pups (you don't get to choose which pup to use for each mission)
Thanks for the confirmation. Appreciated.
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