Bluey: The Videogame Review

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    In Bluey: The Videogame, you play as the family from the popular kids show and meet some more of the family to find a hidden treasure from Bluey’s father and uncles. Here is our Bluey: The Videogame Review.

    The game was developed by Artax Games and published by Outright Games, it was released on November 17, 2023, for PC Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.

    The story is very easy to understand and has a fun premise for kids that also teaches them something, but sadly, the first 2 episodes are extremely short, the other 2 are much better, and feel like they have more gameplay to them as well. It feels like the first 2 episodes are just set up without much to it, so calling it an “episode” feels a bit far-fetched. It’s a lot of fun nonetheless, even for adults it’s kind of a mindless game to just turn your brain off and just play.

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    Where the game shines in its side content after the episodes. it’s a massive game of hide and seek to find a bunch of their plushies, toys, grow plants, and find other collectables. This is where I got most of my fun out of and also what took probably longer than the main game overall. Each episode also unlocks a new minigame to play as well. You can play keepy-uppy, catch a bird, freeze everyone with a xylophone and the floor is lava. You can activate these games at different locations, so trying them out in different spots is a fun way to make these mini-games feel fresh as well.

    Bluey: The Videogame Review - Episode 3

    It turned out to be a fun experience, even for me, but I’m no kid or parent for that matter, so it might be a different experience for others. With the game being on Game Pass at the time of writing, there is no harm in at least trying it out.

    Visually it’s very nice and even the voice cast of the show returned to reprise their roles in the game, so it really feels like you are put into the game. The maps themselves are also bigger than I expected from the game. In similar games like Pepa Pig, I did not have that much fun exploring, but here I just kept looking around and having fun, so the locations combined with the collectibles after an episode really make the game feel bigger than it actually is

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    For a kids game, its amazing. Sadly, the story is rather short and is lacking in mechanics to flesh out the gameplay used in the story.

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    For a kids game, its amazing. Sadly, the story is rather short and is lacking in mechanics to flesh out the gameplay used in the story.Bluey: The Videogame Review