Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Littlest Pet Shop 3 ~ Review (by kids too)

As most of you who follow me know that I am a Home Daycare Provider, certified through my local county. I have kids who range from 3 months to 9 years old and the older kids love to play the Super Nintendo (yes it is archaic) and the DS that belongs to my daughter, so when I was contacted about doing a review for the Littlest Pet Shop 3: Biggest Stars Pink Team, I was excited and so were the kiddos, even the boys.

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Game Info

Get ready Team Pink Hearts to go for the gold! It’s time to hit the arena for the LITTLEST PET SHOP Biggest Stars competition—and this time your pets are in the spotlight!

Ten fun and challenging mini games are your pets’ tickets to the big time. Practice makes perfect as you help your pets become the best gymnasts, models, ice skaters, dancers, flyers, fashion designers, and more. Then pack up their cute team uniforms and the dozens of super-fun accessories you’ve customized in two tints of pink because it’s time to hit the road!

The Biggest Stars competition is the event of year, when the pet-triplet judges look for teams that are a triple threat; cute, peppy and totally talented! Good thing that with your help, all your LITTLEST PET SHOP pet’s Biggest Stars dreams really can come true!

The Pink Hearts star six exclusive pets including the cuddly bunny and the playful cocker spaniel.

Now, I was the first one to try out this game and it was killing the kids. lol As I was trying it out, I was thinking to myself, "How much fun can this actually be?" Well once I got going and playing, it actually pretty fun. The best part for myself was the dancing.

After I was done, I gave Miss BB, who is 6, a turn and this is what she had to say, "My best part was the all the games and the coloring parts."

Then along came Miss O, who is 7 and she said, "It's a good game and would be fun to play everyday. Can we play it everyday? Oh, and I like the surprises that you can get."

Then along came Miss B, who is 9 and she said, "I think it has cool games and you can go into different little shops and play."

And finally today, Mr J got his turn playing and he said, "It was pretty fun and pretty cool and I liked it a lot."

Needless to say they are arguing about whose turn it is to play. lol

You can purchase Littlest Petshop 3 at EASports for $29.95 and is rated E for Everyone.

I would like to thank Caitlin of RocketXL for providing me the Littlest Petshop 3: Biggest Stars Pink Team for the sole purpose of doing this review. I have stated MY honest opinion and that is that.



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