Summary: The game is pretty fun overall, however there are some problems. First and for most it is WAYY TO EASY to get lost in what you need to do. There really isn't any clear direction and when you NEED a certain power to move on they really don't tell you so you have to lv up and keep guessing until you get it right. Also, not to give spoilers away, but you need to have 4 of a certain item to go into the final boss, they don't tell you this until you get there.
Summary: I first played Spyro 2 gateway to Glimmer when I was 6, now I'm 9 and I have practicly all of his games. The story lines are good and so are the graphics but Spyro Shadow Legacy has the most mysterious game I've ever played its also got spooky graphics. It's probably the best spyro game they have ever made apart from Spyro a Heros Tail and Enter the dragonfly.
Summary: It's so lame, all because of the chracters' movements. It's like, they walk forward, and when they try to turn, they pause. Then they turn around in the same place. Then they go. But Spyro runs faster. The other thing is that Spyro runs so slow, not like in the other games. It's the most boring game ever to me, but maybe to you it won't be. At least I think the background is good! Good job Spyro the Shadow Legacy makers! Woo hoo!
Summary: I like the Spyro games, and it as a relief to know that this game meets expectations! Graphics are very good. The game producers gave spyro many abilities to learn and now spyro "levels up". With each level, you learn more abilities. Spyro now has a health and magic bar too, which increase over time. Spyro has one more twist, now he can travel through a shdow gate into the evil past of the dragon realm! Great game, I reccomend it.
Fun for New RPGers - Spyro Fans might feel Let Down
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
21 December 2005
Summary: Spyro, the purple dragon, has been a favorite of mine since he first came out. Now he's flying, romping and bashing his way through a shadow realm. If you're used to the more modern games, the first thing you'll notice here is that it is a pretty - but flat - display. You get a really odd "slanted, from the forward, top down" view not seen in pretty much any game. It makes the proportions of the room very odd and at times very hard to figure out.
Summary: This game slightly differs from the other Spyro Games we are all used too. The Gems look different, there are no purchases from Money Bags or much interaction between the other well known characters from Spyro. You are able to use your own spells by drawing them on the touch screen as they are eventually taught to you. You get to learn alot more moves in this game from the dragon elders, which can confuse the younger players. The game is fun, but far too short.