Excerpt: Well here it is. Universal Interactive's Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly is Spyro's first incarnation on PlayStation 2. Excited yet? Well, hold on a second before you get too worked up. Insomniac Games, the folks responsible for the previous Spyro games on the PSX, aren't the ones behind Spyro's latest excursion. For whatever the reason, Enter the Dragonfly is an extremely sub-par game and plays as if it was released before it was finished.
Excerpt: By Tim Jordan When you sit down to play Spyro: Enter the Dragon on PS2, you may wonder if you would be playing a kid’s game, or if it would be entertaining enough for an adult. After playing, you may feel left somewhere in between.
Excerpt: It looks like Spyro is going the way of The Simpsons, Crash Bandicoot, Tomb Raider, and rap-metal. That's right gamers, our beloved Spyro series is starting to fizzle out. Having been developed by Check Six Games this time around (since Spyro's original developers, Insomniac, left to pursue other interests), Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly, complete with N64 graphics, Carrot Top-caliber annoying sounds, and gameplay that's more bland than a sandwich without mayonnaise, is...
Excerpt: Spyro the Dragon is a franchise that sold many copies on the PlayStation. However, the little purple dragon hasn’t seen any action on the PlayStation 2 yet. After re-obtaining the rights to Spyro, Universal Interactive spent time developing two new titles for the GBA. Next up for Spyro is the long awaited PS2 follow-up to the franchise. Spyro Enter the Dragonfly at first seems like the re-birth of the franchise.
Excerpt: Pour sa première escapade sur 128 bits, Spyro change de propriétaire. Insomniac Games a en effet décidé de passer le flambeau et ce sont les studios Universal Interactive qui ont maintenant la garde du dragon. Parviendront-ils à faire aussi bien que leurs aînés ? Quelle relation unit réellement Spyro à Sparx ? Les réponses à toutes ces questions, juste après la pub.