I loved playing Spyro games.............on the Playstation!
27 December 2005
Summary: After years of playing Spyro games on the Playstation,I was ecstatic that there was a Spyro game in the DS platform.I expected a full 3D enviroment complete with first person action,components that I adored on the Playstation versions of Spyro.But what I got was neither.The game differs greatly from other Spyro games I've played before.You control Spyro from what I would call an aerial view.You control Spyro's movements but you're not at the foot of the action.And the...
Excerpt: I have always been an avid Spyro fan, that was until Spyro, The New Beginning came out and I was somewhat put off. Mainly because of how easy it was to complete, but also because it was a platform game instead of traditional RPG. With this in mind you could imagine my dilemma when I was faced with the option to play it. Anyhow I did get to play it and surprisingly I am enjoying it.
Excerpt: As a Spyro lover I couldn't wait to buy and try this game, Purchased from Asda at £11.99 this was a steal of a game, the only downside is my dog practically savaged the game when the postman dropped it through the door. The graphics of Spyro are similar to the original ones from the playstation 1. You use the control pad to control Spyro (just how I like it), you use your stylus to cast the spells.
Excerpt: Anyone who has read my other Spyro review knows how I adore Spyro, hence my DH (Darling Husband) bought me the NDS for my birthday (alas, I know I'm too old really) and along with the Mario Kart package, he added this game. It was all bundled in for £109.99 at Game. Spyro alone now ranges from £25.49 at Choices.co.uk to £29.99 at Game itself. **The Game Plan** You enter the game to find a nice simple task, get out of the room!!!!
Pros: It's cute, fairly easy, and the kids like it
Cons: A game that doesn't capture your full attention
good but too repetative, definatly not for children
21 December 2005
Conclusion: At the beginging and the end of the game I was really stuck in to it, but the constant having to level up and gain skills before progessing ruined the enjoyment for me, certainly not a game for children as you can lose interest very easliy.
Conclusion: At first play I was real into the game and was eager to restart. Then came the let down. To progress in the game you were to build up experience to learn new skills. But building up experience meant hours (no lie - hours) wondering around killing bad guys. The repetitiveness and utter boredum ruined the enjoyment Spyro used to provide.
Conclusion: omg i can not do this game im up to killing the second dragon n i just cant do it, its impossible. i havent a clue wat im doin with this game i loved it on the playstation many yrs a go. im let down by this!!!