Reviews and Problems with Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage
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27 November 1999
Excerpt: When Spyro made his debut last year, he was excepted quite nicely. He acted as Sony's newest mascot, and his game entitled Spyro the Dragon was Sony's answer to Nintendo's Banjo-Kazooie. The game had it's share of flaws, but it excelled in it's visuals and delivered some super smooth graphics that nobody has ever seen on the PSX. After quite some time the sequel was announced, we waited and waited for Spyro's second title and now it's finally here.
Excerpt: Spyro is a truly beautiful game, but in a 'cartoony' way. The characters in general do not have a very large polygon count, but their exaggerated features make great use of the polygons that are used. The environments are very colorful, and are consistent enough to maintain a 'suspension of disbelief' pretty well. The Spyro character itself is utterly way too cute.