Paw Patrol has been loved in our house since Lamb was about 2 years old. And now his little brother loves it too.
Lamb is also really into playing the Xbox. (You can thank his dad for that). Although him being a tad obsessed with video games isn’t ideal, he’s actually really good for a 5 year old!
As you can see from the title Lamb has been reviewing the brand new Paw Patrol: On a Roll game. This game is recommended for age 3+ years, retails at £29.99 and is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
The game consists of 16 exciting levels where the pups need to collect pup treats and gold shields, and complete missions across Adventure Bay. Play as Marshall and help keep the beached whale covered in water, use Rubbles truck to push boulders out of the way, or fly in Skye’s helicopters to collect the treats.
For Lamb the game was quite easy. He completed the challenges level after level, and had a smile on his face the whole time. I have to admit, I had a sneaky turn too!
Lambs Uncle is a huge gamer. You name it, he’s played it. And most likely completed it in a matter of days and traded in for the next game! Now Lamb is enjoying playing his Xbox more he often plays with his Uncle and Cousin, so we took Paw Patrol: On a roll round to their house for a day of gaming!
The boys really enjoyed playing a game they didn’t need much help with, although of course Lambs Uncle had to complete a couple of levels by himself. You know, to help with the review 😉
If you’ve got a three year old who enjoys video games, this is definitely the game for them. Especially if they love Paw Patrol! It only took Lamb a couple of days to complete the game. But as he’s a mini ‘gamer’ I can’t say I’m not surprised!
We’ve loved reviewing Paw Patrol: On A Roll and think it could be a great gift for your little one this Christmas. You can get yourself a copy from Amazon.
Don’t miss the #PawPatrolOnARoll twitter party this Friday (30th) at 1pm!
* I was sent this product free of charge for the purpose of this review. All words and opinions are honest and my own.