Summary: This is a step up from Enter the Dragonfly, but doesn't live up to the original trilogy on the PlayStation 1. The voice acting is rather annoying for certain characters. The gems... I don't really like what they did with the gems. Really, this game is different than most Spyro games. It's decent, but I just don't enjoy it as much as past (*cough* PS1 Spyro *cough*) Spyro games.
Summary: This spyro game was fun but not nearly as great as the old Spyro playstation games. Nothing will ever be better than those games to me but if you are looking to play a new spyro game I would say that this is the best of the PS2 spyro games.
Summary: It was better than Enter the Dragonfly, but the first three games are still the best! Plus, a lot of these were different. The buttons are a little different, and Moneybags has got this weird accent. And he isn't showing up at inappropriate places saying "Give me so and so gems and I'll do this and this!" It was cool playing Hunter's character for a while, but his character's kind of different...or maybe a lot different then I remember him being in the first three games.
Summary: I got this game joyfully at the store, played it and after about a month, even though there wasn't a single scratch on the disc, it messed up for good. I tried to load my game (yes, it was on the memory card) and I get this: data cannot be found. I retry, retry, and retry, and all I get is: data cannot be found. So I decided to test my disc. I made another file on my other memory card, played it for about 4 days, then the next day I try, I get: data cannot be found.
Summary: This game is too hard for me....I prefer the original games. This game completly redid the characters! Since when can Sparx talk? When did hunter get those sharp teeth and that jerk attitude? I don't remember Nasty Gnorc looking like that......And WHERE THE HECK DID MONEYBAGS GET THAT HORRIBLE FAKE ACCENT?
Summary: i got this game for christmas totally unexpected. i was very excited as i love and own all of the spyro games. it was hard to get used to the change in button's, but you get over it. i just finished the game today. some of it was very cool. i loved the large worlds and graphics were great. i don't like blink at all! he is so slow!! anyway like i said i finished the game today. you have to gather all 100 eggs and they tell you to take them back to the nursery nanny.
Summary: When I heard about "A Hero's Tail" I had mixed feelings. After "Dragonfly", I wasn't sure about even trying the latest in the series. Well, I was wrong -not only did I try it, I had trouble turning off the PS2. While Vivendi/Universal hasn't got the touch Naughty Dog/Insomniac did, "Tail" comes closest. The graphics are good, the levels big, challenging and fun. Sargeant Byrd is about the best part of the game. His mini-games I went back and played repeatedly.
Summary: After the last game Spyro Enter The Dragonfly, I wasn't about to put out 50 bucks again so I decided to rent it first. Turns out it's not bad. It's not the same as the first 3 but it's ok. The levels are huge, the graphics are vivid and the controls work really well. The story and missions are about the same but hey, it's Spyro. I think that the music and "Monet Skies" that were used in the first 3 Spyro's gave it a magical feel and that is lacking in this game.