Summary: This Spyro game was a fun game full of multiple gameplay, characters to play or meet and some cool stuff to get. Only the voices are kinda annoying (particularly Nasty Norc), the gems become obsolete halfway through since their money not collectible, and there was no replay value.
Summary: After the giant flop that was Enter The Dragonfly, I didn't have high hopes for another PS2 Spyro. This was actually a very pleasant surprise. Red, a disgraced dragon Elder, is planting Dark Gems all over the Dragon Realms.
Summary: Out of all the spyro games I have played, this is one of the hardest to beat and I like it. the previous ones were a little easy, but this is a change of pace. Great game and I recommend it to any spyro fan of any age.
Summary: In the original Spyro trilogy, Insomniac games did a tremendous job with the characters and stories, and even though the graphics were a little "squared" the games were still enjoyable. An attempt was made at a fourth game (Enter the Dragonfly), but that one didn't "fly" so well.
Summary: For all you original classic Spyro fans, hold on to your hats. This game is change from the older games in many ways. The good: The annoying save/loading periods between board levels are gone. There is seemless gameplay from one area to the next within each world. The bad: The voices all changed.
Summary: A must for diehard Spiro fans! Some challenges are frustrating, especially for players age ten or under. If you have a bit of patience during certain timed mini-games, you'll probably enjoy this one as well as you did it's predecessors!!!