My Friend Peppa Pig (PS4)
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To play this game on PS5, your system may need to be updated to the latest system software. Although this game is playable on PS5, some features available on PS4 may be absent. See PlayStation.com/bc for more details.
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Your favorite Peppa Pig characters are excited to meet you, including George and Mummy Pig at Peppa’s House, Danny Dog at his birthday party, Molly Mole in her underground burrow, and more. Visit the Beach, Snowy Mountain, Potato City, and Treasure Island. Every play session is a new experience, as you choose new paths and try new things with your friend Peppa Pig. If you have ever watched Peppa Pig you would know that her favourite game is jumping in muddy puddles (there is even a song about it) and it was a highlight for my daughter to get to do this with Peppa in My Friend Peppa Pig and see her character and Peppa get covered in mud. Again, this is performed by a simple press of the action button to keep jumping in the puddle yet I couldn’t help but think that this could have been a fun rhythm-based mini-game instead, adding a little more variety to the game. The glee on my daughter’s face from jumping in the puddles showed how much she enjoyed doing it but for older children, I could easily see the draw of playing within Peppa’s world soon wearing off as there is no complexity to playing the game.
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Set sail aboard Captain Hog's boat on a hunt for pirate treasure? When it rains, you’ll surely want to jump in muddy puddles – just don’t forget your boots! Most TV series tie-in games adopt a new art style, and they generally don’t have the same voice actors (or any voice acting at all). These are typically budget games, made as cheaply as possible, with the aim to capture the attention of fans of a franchise (or their parents). Where My Friend Peppa Pig differs, however, is that it looks exactly like its television counterpart. Its crayon-effect, chunky 2D visuals have been recreated perfectly, making this one of the nicest-looking children’s games from recent years. Better yet, it features some of the series’ voice actors too – most notably Amelia Bea Smith, the current voice of Peppa. (‘Perfectly splendid’, you’ll say, if you happen to have watched The Haunting of Bly Manor.)
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Build your own home in Peppa Pig’s neighbourhood, and display the souvenirs and items you collect around the world to make your family’s house dazzling and different. New York City is calling – and so are Paris, Australia, London, and a world tour of other fun places! You and your friend Peppa can make pizza in Italy, walk down Hollywood Boulevard, sail on a cruise ship together, and more.My main frustration is that you can’t skip dialogue within the game, so when you leave a location and return, the whole scene resets itself. I understand it does this because you may have initially missed a task that you can do, but having to have the same introductory conversation with Daddy Pig when visiting Peppa’s house each time is soul-destroying – even my daughter commented as to why Daddy Pig was explaining that he is Peppa’s daddy again. There are new characters to meet, exciting quests to try, and countless accessories to dress up with! Become a cat, a kangaroo, a goat, a donkey, or whatever you choose! Turn your family into Peppa Pig characters too, including your brothers, sisters, and grownups, to make them a part of your story. By default, the game sets the play timer, through the built-in parental controls, to 20 minutes. This means that once the allotted time is up, you and Peppa return to her house and go to bed. This is a good idea in theory, as it means you can control how long your child plays without actively being in the room with them, but it can lead to frustration as it’ll cut off the scene without warning and interrupt whatever you were in the middle of. As with my above comments about being unable to skip dialogue and the game repeating things each time you enter an area, this also happens once you resume playing the next day, resulting in your child having to go through things they may have already seen and done previously.