Paw Patrol: Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay! (PlayStation 4)
Join the Mighty Pups on a super-heroic mission to Save Adventure Bay. Have fun together in 2-player co-op mode, unlock fun mini-games, rescue familiar friends, and use each pup’s mighty powers to make the town PAWsome again!
- Cartoon graphics.
- 5.38gb download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- Can skip cutscenes and interactions.
- 3D adventure gameplay.
- Mighty pup interaction–launches special events.
- When in a team you can hotswap between characters.
- Each character has an ability and it’s all color-coded for ease.
- Tutorial pop-ups as you play.
- The badges-every level has 3 hidden badges to collect. Each level has 250.
- Pup treats-collect as many as you can in a level.
- Can replay levels.
- A lot of mini-game style events.
- Extras menu-here is where you can play unlocked mini-games and checkout your Collectibles.
- You get audio feedback on performance like “good job” or we need so and so to do this.
- Clean up rubbish for pup treats.
- Levels are generally open enough so you can explore them.
- The gameplay is a mix of a mini-game than a 3D open level part with occasional mini-game style interactions.
- Cool character intro videos when swapping in a special event.
- Seven levels.
- Seven mini-games to unlock.
- Eight characters to play as-Chase, Marshall, Rubble, Ricky, Tracker, Everest, Skye, and Zuma.
- Earn pup treats from the mini-games.
- Cool locations.
- Every option on the menu has a kid scream what it says and it’s not good.
- Only one control layout.
- No Colourblind support.
- Every time the kid speaks it sounds like he’s shouting!
- No leaderboards for mini-games.
- Jumping feels delayed and off.
- The slowdown in places.
- Short game.
- Outside of mini-games, it has little replayability.
- Audio cuts out randomly.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Paw Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay is a game that is built for the kids, built to teach them all about teamwork, caring for the environment, and getting positive feedback. I commend the game for those very facts as it really does hit many points you would want a game to be for your child. For us older gamers it’s an easy Platinum trophy and that’s more important! Seriously though older gamers will lose their mind over the way it spoons feeds you content, it always gives audio feedback and that straight-up bugs. The gameplay is ridiculously basic and repetitive with a slight reprieve every now and then with a simple mini-game. The thing is I just had to say all that as its fact but the real core of it all is it is a kids game and for that, it really is one of the best, I would have got my son to start on this because as I said it constantly reassures them and throws words of encouragement to them. So what I say is don’t judge the score by the fact it’s a kids game, judge the score because it’s a kids game and a really good one and that needs to be shown. If I give it a low score because the game is kinda bad for older gamers then it will disappear into the wither, but if I give it a better score because for kids it’s brilliant then it means it will get seen by the right people which ultimately leads to the correct gamers seeing and grabbing the game. Overall Paw Patrol was built for kids and is one of the best games for kids.