Game review for Teddy Together with Nintendo 3DS

If you’re a Mum or a Dad, you ‘ll most definitely have a little one whose best friend is their teddy. I know my youngest daughter has several best friends stuffed with fluff. However, she does have one in particular that stands out among the rest and that’s Bear {whose really a rabbit, but I won’t argue with what 3yr old names her ‘teddy’}. Now imagine if that teddy could come to life! It would blow their tiny minds, right! Which brings me to my most recent game review for the Nintendo 3DS system and that is Teddy Together.

Teddy Together is a game brought to you from Nintendo {RRP £34.99} and the game begins with this adorable little teddy being delivered to a player’s house, along with a mysterious key. Before you know it, teddy springs to life and starts talking to the player. Your child can give their new teddy friend a name and then these two new friends can embark on a new daily adventure, learning more about each other as they go {along with teddy’s mysterious key}.

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We really like how personable the game is, especially when Teddy asks you questions like; “What do you do for fun?” “What’s your favourite food?” or “How do you make friends?”. Even when you continue to play the game, Teddy actually remembers your answers and will bring them up later in the game. We also loved how cheery and happy Teddy was. Annabelle was forever smiling at him and calling him “My friend” and saying that he was “cute!”.

The mini games with Teddy Together are fun and engaging too. Like lots of other games like this e.g. Nintendo Dogs etc. You need to keep Teddy clean, fed and you can even dress him {or her} up too. Annabelle and I enjoyed playing the game together, completing different mini-games to unlock new clothes, fur colour, and even garden seeds can be bought using coins. But don’t panic, these coins can be earned playing the game and even by tapping the amiibo figure every day.

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This really is a darling little game and it’s been so cute watching my daughter {aged 3} make a bond with this little animated Teddy bear who knows all kinds of fun facts about her. Like an actual friend would know!

Disclosure: As a Nintendo Family Ambassador, this game was sent to us for the purpose of my review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.

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4 Comments

  1. 18/09/2016 / 8:34 PM

    The animations really are adorable

  2. 20/09/2016 / 10:26 PM

    Oh I may have to try this with our three year old too!

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