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Spyro: Season of Ice

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Expert Review

21 March 2002
  • Excerpt: Just when we thought we have seen the last of that purple dragon Spyro, he has returned to the gaming scene--this time on Nintendo's Game Boy Advance. Since his last adventure on the Playstation, Spyro has been taking it easy on the beach with his buddies. However, his rest was short lived as the evil Grendor seals 100 magical fairies into a frozen sleep.
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Overall 8

Spyro: Season of Ice

Game Over Online
4 March 2002
  • Excerpt: Spyro was originally a mascot who honed his skills on the Playstation platform. But the meteoric rise of the Playstation platform really needed no mascots. In fact, entities like Spyro and Crash Bandicoot were not nearly as integral to the Playstation's success as franchises like Metal Gear Solid, Final Fantasy and Grand Turismo would later become.
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Overall 8

Spyro is Icy Hot

23 January 2002
  • Excerpt: That little purple dragon, Spyro comes winging his way onto the Game Boy Advance in his latest adventure: Spyro: Season of Ice. This is a brand new title and exclusive to our favourite handheld so I put the jump from console to palmtop to the test. There's trouble in downtown fairy land. All the fairies have been trapped in blocks of ice and it's up to Spyro and company to sort it out.
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Spyro: Season of Ice Review

21 November 2001
  • Excerpt: Spyro: Season of Ice brings the popular PlayStation series onto Nintendo's Game Boy Advance in true form. Once again, Grendor and his Rhynoc army have imprisoned all the fairies of the Dragon Realm. As Spyro, along with his little dragonfly pal, Sparx, it's up to you to rescue the fairies and gather the treasure scattered across more than 20 large 3D stages.
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Overall 4

Spyro Season of Ice

23 February 2008