Summary: I enjoyed it. Brought back old memories from when I played it when I was little. The controls are a little tough but you'll figure them out. Probably be too difficult for kids under 10ish. Depends on the kid. A little higher than I wanted to spend but it was good.
Summary: El juego es entretenido y tiene en algunas ocasiones un muy buen nivel de dificultad, yo diría que el único defecto es que viene en español de España y no esta la opción de cambiarlo a español de américa, por lo demás no hay quejas.
Summary: I am a long time fan of Spyro the Dragon and this one is pretty good, love the open worlds. But some of the challenges are very hard and you have to keep replaying the whole challenge over to progress. I really miss the older game...more exploring beautiful worlds and collecting gems.
Summary: I've only played the game for like an hour since I bought it, but so far it's fun. The camera angles can be a little bit weird, and the challenge enemies are really tough to beat. It can also be kind of tough switching between Cynder and Spyro.
Summary: My daughter and I loved this game, took us a day to conquer it. The only gripe I have is that spyro and cynder are tied together with a magical amulet/leash throughout the entire game which made it a little difficult.
Summary: About halfway in and the game is great! If you like co-op and want a change of paces form the swords and armor type co-ops this is a good substitute. Its can be a little kiddy but is very fun to fly and breath death on enemies! Great for kids and adults!
Summary: This is my second Spyro game and I really like this one. Here's why: -The graphics are absolutely beautiful. In Avalar Valley, when Spyro and Cynder are free-flying around, you can see individual blades of grass, each leaf on the trees, and there is so much color!