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Paw Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay Trophy/Achievement Thoughts

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Oh look, another kids game this year. This was based on the TV series that was from Nick Jr. There is two stackable list for that game. NA and EU versions. Also, It's going to be an extremely easy platinum.

 

Difficulty: 2/10

Time: 5-10 hours.

 

 

https://www.xboxachievements.com/game/paw-patrol-mighty-pups-save-adventure-bay/achievements/

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I could be wrong, but I'm guessing the trophies would be easy, kind of wondering if this game has a platinum trophy or not surprise it hasn't been added yet to this site. 
 

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24 minutes ago, Nightstream88 said:

I could be wrong, but I'm guessing the trophies would be easy, kind of wondering if this game has a platinum trophy or not surprise it hasn't been added yet to this site. 
 

It has a list but it doesn't sync, because the devs haven't uploaded it yet.

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I would guess it wouldn't be too hard. I had bought a Paw Patrol game for my kids and my oldest, who is 5, got all the trophies just playing the game without knowing what trophies are or how to obtain any of them.

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From the looks of things, this game may not be as long as the first one. Nice it got a platinum, though. Probably super easy

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I worry for the soul of someone that doesn't play a game like this with a younger relative.

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8 minutes ago, willmill97 said:

I worry for the soul of someone that doesn't play a game like this with a younger relative.

 

Because playing a game based on a children's cartoon is the main reason I'm going to hell. Sorry dude, but Paw Patrol has to get in line like the rest of my vices.

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Phew, I dunno... At first glance I'm going with 9/10 difficulty and 100 hour plat. I mean find every pup treat and collectible from every level, let alone finishing the game?! 😝

 

Haha in all seriousness tho, I never played the first one either. But given the audience it is catering too, coupled with the trophy descriptions, I imagine it probably won't be crazy hard or anything. I'd be surprised if the plat makes it into uncommon % territory, tbh. 

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Time to make this  game platinum 100(Not really though I have another game in mind for that one).
 Maybe I'll do it for trophy 6,000 or platinum 125 though haven't decided on that. 
Kind of curious as to what that other region stack is though.

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Some people like bad movies... I just so happen to like bad games, lol. Paw Patrol seems in my league after that ugly yarn doll game. 

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1 hour ago, willmill97 said:

I worry for the soul of someone that doesn't play a game like this with a younger relative.

I worry for the kids who are forced to play this instead of a good game. If it’s anything like the first one it will be terrible, boring, and lifeless. If they’re too young to do more than move right and jump endlessly with zero real timing required and zero failure states, then you can just pretend they’re playing a better game by lying to them by giving them a controller that’s off. 
 

these games wouldn’t be so offensive if they were $5. 

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14 hours ago, Elvick_ said:

I worry for the kids who are forced to play this instead of a good game. If it’s anything like the first one it will be terrible, boring, and lifeless. If they’re too young to do more than move right and jump endlessly with zero real timing required and zero failure states, then you can just pretend they’re playing a better game by lying to them by giving them a controller that’s off. 
 

these games wouldn’t be so offensive if they were $5. 


Relax.
Paw Patrol’s audience is 3-5 year olds. They don’t need a tough game for a challenge. They just like seeing the characters on screen. The first game was not made to entertain adults. Some people have the toughest time coming to grips with the fact that there might be other audiences besides them that game developers might cater to. 

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Just platinumed this today basically took me 4 hours. I haven't played something this dull in a long time with very little content for and gives zero challenge and being impossible to fail a level and only has one enemy you actually "fight" i just found myself questioning how the dogs even have the authority to have these jobs by a child let alone a dog being able to summon and control a tornado 

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38 minutes ago, ScottishNub said:

Just platinumed this today basically took me 4 hours. I haven't played something this dull in a long time with very little content for and gives zero challenge and being impossible to fail a level and only has one enemy you actually "fight" i just found myself questioning how the dogs even have the authority to have these jobs by a child let alone a dog being able to summon and control a tornado 


Doesn’t sound like you are familiar with the show. But your take on it means it’s a perfect game for my kid!

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1 hour ago, DaivRules said:


Doesn’t sound like you are familiar with the show. But your take on it means it’s a perfect game for my kid!

I've had to watch a few episodes with my nephew since he loves it and I'm just puzzled with the stuff they can do. And I'm sure many children who love paw patrol will love the game

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6 hours ago, PerryToxteth said:


Relax.
Paw Patrol’s audience is 3-5 year olds. They don’t need a tough game for a challenge. They just like seeing the characters on screen. The first game was not made to entertain adults. Some people have the toughest time coming to grips with the fact that there might be other audiences besides them that game developers might cater to. 

I didn't say they need a tough game, or a challenge. Kirby's Epic Yarn isn't challenging, or punishing, it has infinite lives if you fall, you just lose some gems. And it's actually a good game. Even has co-op.

 

"it's for kids" translates to, "I think kids are brainlets, and who cares about their dumb asses or their development of skills? Fuck 'em"  Some people have the toughest time coming to grips with the fact that something intended for children can be terrible, and that it being for kids isn't a defense against something being terrible. Those same people are the ones who make your shit argument who have zero respect for children while pretending you do by defending shitty content just because it's aimed at them.

 

Kids can enjoy a good game. Sorry you're too simple minded to understand such a complex subject matter. If you want to argue strawmen then go talk in the mirror and leave me out of your delusions.

 

And again, if they're so young they struggle to even move and jump which is all these shit games really require then you can trick them into thinking they're playing LittleBigPlanet instead. Literally zero reason to buy these awful games. There are better flash platformers out there for free.

 

5 hours ago, ScottishNub said:

Just platinumed this today basically took me 4 hours. I haven't played something this dull in a long time with very little content for and gives zero challenge and being impossible to fail a level and only has one enemy you actually "fight" i just found myself questioning how the dogs even have the authority to have these jobs by a child let alone a dog being able to summon and control a tornado 

Should've listened to me~

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Well there's a Christmas present for many of us with kids this year, that of course none of us will eventually play 😉

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3 hours ago, Elvick_ said:

I didn't say they need a tough game, or a challenge. Kirby's Epic Yarn isn't challenging, or punishing, it has infinite lives if you fall, you just lose some gems. And it's actually a good game. Even has co-op.

 

"it's for kids" translates to, "I think kids are brainlets, and who cares about their dumb asses or their development of skills? Fuck 'em"  Some people have the toughest time coming to grips with the fact that something intended for children can be terrible, and that it being for kids isn't a defense against something being terrible. Those same people are the ones who make your shit argument who have zero respect for children while pretending you do by defending shitty content just because it's aimed at them.

 

Kids can enjoy a good game. Sorry you're too simple minded to understand such a complex subject matter. If you want to argue strawmen then go talk in the mirror and leave me out of your delusions.

 

And again, if they're so young they struggle to even move and jump which is all these shit games really require then you can trick them into thinking they're playing LittleBigPlanet instead. Literally zero reason to buy these awful games. There are better flash platformers out there for free.

 

Should've listened to me~

What is your problem man jesus just calm down some kids who are 5 or under want to have fun and play as their favorite pup not play a challenging game for their age. 

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7 hours ago, Elvick_ said:

I didn't say they need a tough game, or a challenge. Kirby's Epic Yarn isn't challenging, or punishing, it has infinite lives if you fall, you just lose some gems. And it's actually a good game. Even has co-op.

 

"it's for kids" translates to, "I think kids are brainlets, and who cares about their dumb asses or their development of skills? Fuck 'em"  Some people have the toughest time coming to grips with the fact that something intended for children can be terrible, and that it being for kids isn't a defense against something being terrible. Those same people are the ones who make your shit argument who have zero respect for children while pretending you do by defending shitty content just because it's aimed at them.

 

Kids can enjoy a good game. Sorry you're too simple minded to understand such a complex subject matter. If you want to argue strawmen then go talk in the mirror and leave me out of your delusions.

 

And again, if they're so young they struggle to even move and jump which is all these shit games really require then you can trick them into thinking they're playing LittleBigPlanet instead. Literally zero reason to buy these awful games. There are better flash platformers out there for free.

 

Should've listened to me~


I’m glad your not my parent. Because your missing a ton of skills that make good parenting. Best of luck to you in finding those positive traits. 

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2 hours ago, PerryToxteth said:


I’m glad your not my parent. Because your missing a ton of skills that make good parenting. Best of luck to you in finding those positive traits. 

I wonder what this person thinks of cartoons that are made for kids

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