Reviews and Problems with Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly
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If you're a fan of the PS1 games, and you want something like that, skip this one
6 May 2014
Summary: Okay I'm gunna come clean before I start off: I haven't finished the game. "WHAT?? Why the hell are you writing a review if you haven't even finished the damn thing!" you cry. Well, it's precisely my experience from the amount of the game that I played that made me feel unwilling to finish.
Summary: Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly recieves flak on a regular basis but I for one have to give Universal Interactive Studios kudos for trying. They try to pay homage to Spyro 2: Gateway to Glimmer with a Year of the Dragon engine, but fail in the latter.
Summary: My kid loved this game when he first got it when he was around 8 - he played on it for hours and he thought it was great - he didn't care about the glitches or the framerate, but he's recently dug it out and played it next to the first 3 on PSone; he thought it was a huge let down First thing was...
Summary: I would have to agree with the other reviews. My daughter and I have played all of the other games and this is really bad. The graphics are terrible and I had to stop playing it once as the camera angle and speed of it made me feel dizzy. This has never happened on a game before.
Summary: this one can be very frustrating at times, none of the portholes have titles, so if you leave the game for a few days and then go back, you kind of lose track of where you are and where you have been, this is further frustrated by the extremely slow loading times, people who have never played the...
Summary: The Spyro series was fenomanal, until, like Naughty Dog did with Crash, they sold the characters to move onto better things. So now Spryo just lyes there waiting to be picked up, then this game was made.
Summary: I am new to gaming, but although I quite like the graphics and effects, I do find the actual game rather dull, the pace is slow, the baddies to easy to over come to be no threat. OK if you have nothing better to do but not a compelling game.
Summary: sorta. The quick summary is "unfinished, rather buggy and far too short". Especially compared to the first three, which I loved. I 100% completed the game in about 8 hours, and I'm not a particularly good player. Given that the game has very little replay value... it's just not worth the money.
Summary: I anxiously awaited this release, as I loved the first 3 Spyro games. Alas, I was sorely disappointed. 1. The load times are excruciating - the first time I loaded the game I thought it had frozen on me. 2. Are there really only 9 levels, plus the boss? I expected more than 15 hours of gameplay . 3.
Summary: As a big fan of the first three spyros, I got this one hoping it would live up to the fun of the first three. Unfortunately, it didn't. The nitpicks: There's no way to adjust the camera angle like you can in previous editions, so you get stuck with awkward views quite a bit.