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I am so very thankful my dad bought us a copy of Stray on the Playstation 5 (PS5). We play a cat in Stray. Not like Bubsy the Bobcat either. We play a real and genuine looking cat in Stray. This poor stray cat is lost and alone. This little cat is separated from its family. The way to get back to said family is by solving the mysteries in an ancient city of mystery. Can you do it?

I have been working my way through Stray in live streams on our Twitch channel. My dad or brother convert those live streams into videos that are appearing on our video channels. If you are missing the live streams then you can certainly check out the videos on our video sites and of course in the Videos section of the Family Friendly Gaming website. I love when you come by and chat during my live streams.

Stray looks really good. Stray sounds really good. My only issue with Stray is at times I got stuck and could not figure out what to do next or where to go. Part of that could be me, and part of it is this game needs to be a bit more clear on what the player is supposed to do next. There are some really strange robot characters in Stray that we interact with. We also do quite a few quests for them.

The issues families can have with Stray are violence, and blood. Your cat can get injured in Stray and will limp for a bit. This can make you feel really bad for the poor little fellow. At least I felt bad for the little guy. Players can climb and jump all around this futuristic city within Stray. We can jump in windows, and other small access points that only a small animal could get through. It adds a nice game play element to it. I had fun playing as a cat in Stray. If you are a cat person then you will most likely really enjoy Stray on the PC and PS5.

Expect to move the camera around a lot in Stray to find out where you can get to next. A little icon will appear if you can jump or climb to that location. It feels so naturally jumping and climbing around in Stray. Our cat has a handy backpack on him in Stray. I had quite a bit of hype to play Stray on the PS5. I feel like Stray lived up to the hype.

Stray opens up the world of gaming to a plethora of different animals. We could play games based on about any kind of animal we have on planet Earth. To be fair there have been other animal games like Ecco the Dolphin. I hope there is a sequel to Stray.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: PC/PS5
Publisher: Annapurna Interactive
Developer: BlueTwelve Studio
Rating: ‘E10+’ - TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence, Animated Blood}

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