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My Little Pony: A Zephyr Heights Mystery

Drakhar Studios, Outright Games
May 17, 2024 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
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Critic Reviews for My Little Pony: A Zephyr Heights Mystery

If your kids loved the previous game, My Little Pony: A Zephyr Heights Mystery is an updated and dare I say more enjoyable version that will allow children to become fully immersed in this enjoyable game from start to finish. Controls are well mapped and for the most part, the gaming mechanics are sturdy and require limited parental input. It's a kid game made with respect for the characters and the younger gamer.

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I had a lovely time with My Little Pony: A Zephyr Heights Mystery and it certainly exceeded my expectations so no matter who you are, you're bound to find a lot of smiles and cheer in this delightful 3D platformer.

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I cannot emphasise enough how good My Little Pony: A Zephyr Heights Mystery is for your children. It has no violence, cussing, or gore. Additionally, the action is straightforward and the mechanics are simple to understand. What’s more, they can customise their ponies and there are fun mini-games to play. Yes, there are minor complaints, but they fade into insignificance. Ideally, this is aimed at 6 years plus. However, my 5-year-old could play it with minimal guidance. Subsequently, I adore it and I recommend buying it here! Can you save the Cloud Kingdom? Find your friends, explore the world, and remove the anomalies.

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This is a sequel done right with an expanded roster of playable characters, much more game content to enjoy, and the introduction of two-player co-op for the entire campaign. Any pony with kids in the house should check out this game.

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