Discussion in 'Games and games consoles' started by DurhamRedStripe, Jan 28, 2019.
She wants a game she can play, I don't have a move, just standard controllers.
Anyone got any ideas?
Knack was a free game on ps4 my grandson really liked. Not sure if its still available for free.
Little big planet was free too but a bit hard.
Lego as said
Sorry should have said the one game she does have is Lego Star Wars - Force Awakens, but it can be tricky for her.
Wondered if any of the other Lego games are easier or if there any other games that would be worth looking at?
Thanks not thought about Rayman.
Little Big Planet is supposed to be canny.
Lego Harry Potter my daughter got it when 6 and loves it.
Ratchet and Clank
Thought of this, but never played it, would it be ok for a 5 year old?
I'm sure there's a mode where you can just go about and build whatever you want without having to worry about doing much else.
Also, I have no idea what it's like, but my 5 year old niece apparently likes Roblox, that's on a tablet like but you can get it for PS4 and I think it's free
Fortnite. Like the 4 year old has next door. Nowt like hearing him swear and scream like a psycho when he gets killed. Great parenting.
Another shout for Lego games or Minecraft.
Lego Harry Potter collection if she is aware of the series. I did it co-op with mine at 4/5 and she just pissed about enjoying it all whilst I got seriously into 100% completion mode.
Minecraft is an essential for any young kid. Me and my 8yr old bairn are about to be in some daft talking head exhibition about it in London. Alone she'll love it but again co-op makes it an amazing joint experience and a good foundation for solo gaming.
Roblox is a little bland but the variety keeps them entertained.
Sims 3/4 is well worth a look.
Ratchet and Clank
GTA5 with the sound down
My kids loved this. Originally had it on the Wii. Remaster looks great on PS4.
Can only get Roblox on Xbox One and PC iirc.
Ah, didn't know, just assumed it was out for everything
Another vote for Spyro here. Bright Pixar-esque graphics, simple premise and controls. Job jobbed.
One thing is the kid won't be able to use the standard controller at 5yo. You'll need to buy one of the smaller ones.
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