Summary: Got this game for my birthday and was thrilled because it is two player and my sibling and I love to play together but honestly this game could be beaten in 24 hours. It's that short. The villans are unimaginative. Just big golems made of rock, lava, or grass. THAT'S IT. Absolutely nothing in the way of creativity. We laughed till we cried at the cutscenes where The main villan "Malefor" was talking because you literally cannot understand a word he says.
Summary: I remember this game, unfortunately. I had just gotten my PS2. Playstation 1 was history, good history. One of my favorite games on the PS1: the Spyro series. I remember as a child playing through Spyro the dragon and Spyro: Ripto's Rage. Back in 2002, I remember excitedly getting this game, ready to play this new adventure despite me missing Year of the Dragon. So as an 11 year old kid, I was ready to reunite with my beloved purple dragon. I played.......
Not even the hardcore fan's of Spyro will like this game!!!
Michael Michaelides , GameStop
14 April 2008
Summary: This game is a flat out disaster. Not only does it play bad, but it's also filled with glitches, problems and is an overall dissapointment. Graphics: The graphics on some part are alright while others are unacceptable. Spyro looks great, his animation is fluid, smooth, and natural, but the enemies and other characters look horrible. All the enemies are rushed in term's of models and animation. Speakinig of animation the enemies animated terribly.
Summary: I really liked the old games, but this one had too many glitches and was too short.. only took me an afternoon to finish it. Only thing I can say good about it is that it's better than the two games they put out after it (a new beginning and eternal night).. I like the old way of wondering around whereever you want and having to figure out lots of little puzzles.. linear playing is just too structured.
Summary: I had read that this game was not up the usual high standards of the Spyro series. But, being a big Spyro fan, I decided to give it a chance. Well I should have listened to the bad reviews because this game is very much inferior to the other Spyros I have played - "A Hero's Tail" for the PS2 and all of the Spyro PS1 games. The load time for being transported to different worlds is way too long and the game itself is way too short.
Summary: I loved Spyro on PS1 and I couldn't wait to get a PS2 to play Enter the Dragonfly. Well,I got it on day and I hated the graphics and dialouge. I thought the worlds were coool, but not that much fun. I also didn't like how Spyro looked when her moved. It looked so bad and fake. I couldn't wait for a new Spyro to come out after I played Enter the Dragonfly.
Summary: That's what Spyro says whenever you charge in to a wall. That's also the sound I made when I was playing (the whole 30 minutes). Who would have thought the Spyro on PS2 was worse then Spyro on PS1? Graphics: 2/5 Wow. They're all pretty and shiny and stuff, but somehow look choppy and disorienting. Water looks crinkly and WAY too much like paper if you can imagine that. The baskets with gems in them look SO MUCH like the real things. YET STILL CRAPPY!!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: -Why only 2 stars: I greedily bought and played this game the day it came out. I wipped through it in one weekend and never picked it up again. It just didn't lure you in like most great games. -Gameplay: You start out in a home world which has 9 other levels you can explore from there. Spyro must explore these levels to rescue dragonflies that are lost. You can drive around vehicles such as submarines, tanks, and UFOs.
Summary: This game is very disapointing! I waited 2 months to get this for my birthday. The camera veiw frustrates me so bad. There aren't a lot of little tasks to complete. There is only 1 world and only 9 levels. It takes forever to load. The game has so much stuff on it that it sometimes freezes up. Other wise they graphics are at thier best. There are small mini worlds that have new things to ride (ufos, tanks, airplanes, and more).