***Disclosure: I received complimentary samples to facilitate my post. All opinions are 100% honest and have not been influenced in any way.***
At seven years old, Ryan is the most popular kid in the world...ever. As a top creator on YouTube, his channels receive 1 billion views per month, and have amassed over 27 million subscribers. His Ryan's World universe spans everything from toys to toothbrushes. Expanding Ryan's World into console games is yet another way pocket.watch and Ryan's family fulfill the mission to bring kids more of what they love.
And now, just in time for the Holiday giving season, Ryan has created his very own video game, Race with Ryan, which is available for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, XBOX ONE, and PC.
Race with Ryan is every bit as colorful, fun and fast as has come to be expected from the teams behind Ryan's World. Race against family and friends in up to 4-player-split-screen mode as all the beloved characters from Ryan's World created by Ryan and his family including Ryan, Combo Panda™, Gus the Gummy Gator™, Red Titan™, Mo™, Peck™, Alpha Lexa™ & Gil™. Step on the gas and collect Mystery Eggs full of surprises such as Sticky Ooze, Burger Shields and much more to help you power up and show who the fastest racer really is.
Check out the trailer here:
Race with Ryan is a colorful game that embodies the huge personality of Ryan himself. If you know, you know....And my kids? They know. Ryan is a high energy, outgoing kiddo with a passion for toys and gaming.
We received a copy of this game for the Nintendo Switch to check out for ourselves. Race with Ryan includes Ryan (of course) as well as his favorite pals, Red Titan, Combo Panda, and Gus the Gummy Gator.
In career mode of this action packed game, you can race with your friends! You can utilize up to 4 split screens during gameplay. This allows you to share your excitement with friends. Sharing is caring, right?
This game has 6 different worlds to race in and explore: The Toy Shop, Ryan's Playroom, Spookyland, Fantasy Land, Treasure Island, and the Wild West. Each world is colorful and vibrant in design, allowing kids to really escape to a faraway land as they race towards victory.
The graphics aren't the best I've seen, but they're not terrible, either. This is a game geared more towards children, and it shows. My kids really like the visuals of the game, and they are 8 and 9 years old.
The thing we like most about Race with Ryan, aside from the visuals, is the fact that even younger players can participate. This is GREAT for sibling groups where maybe the little dudes don't get to play with the big kids as much. Race with Ryan has tutorials, auto-steering, and auto-acceleration, which really gets the game moving for younger, less experienced racers.
Overall, we like this game very much. It does feel a lot like one of the Mario Kart games, but that's part of the appeal. It's got familiar play, and is easy to navigate for any existing Nintendo fans. I also love that this game was created in part with a child's expertise. Kids know what kids like, and Ryan nailed it with this one!
You can find Race with Ryan on Amazon.
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