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Let's Ride: Best in Breed 3D

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Simple horse sim good for younger fans.

Game Nintendo 3DS 2013
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Let's Ride: Best in Breed 3D is very similar to My Riding Stables 3D: Jumping for the Team, right down to identical mini-games and familiar graphics, but it's missing the excitement of competing in tournaments. It also lacks any sort of story whatsoever. Instead, players simply complete a series of one-off requests from various clients, such as bottle-feeding a hungry foal, training a horse at lunging four times, and improving a horse's happiness. Players do "level up" their horses and earn new equipment and unlockables for their efforts, but tournaments or an intriguing story line might have provided additional motivation for kids to keep playing. This is a fun game for younger horse fans, but its scope isn't overly ambitious.

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