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: im the biggest spyro fan i love him but what the heck is this. enter the dragonfly is the not just the worst spyro game ive playes its the worst ps2 game ive played bottom line. the game is so boring it lacks challenges decent storeylines and characthers. and spyro used to be a smart quick springy glidin thing now hes a fat slow dumb unalert lizard that takes a while to steer in the right direction. spyro moves so slow its like hes crawling.
Summary: I waited a long time to own a Spyro game for Playstation 2. I really enjoyed the first three Spyro's for Playstation 1, and anticipated a follow-up game immensely. When I bought the game, I couldn't wait to get home to play it. I was rather disappointed by how simple and fast the game played. I'd say it only took me about a week to get to every world, and that was without playing it every hour of the day.
Summary: I rented this game for a week before I bought it, even though I'm a huge fan of the series, because I was skeptical of what Universal might have done to it. I got tired of it in a little over two hours. The Cons: The camera angles are horrible (and, you can't control it, like in previous Spryo games). The game is filled with glitches (frequent freezing). It takes about 1 minute to load between worlds (honestly).
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).
Excerpt: "I brought this game with being fed up of my boyfriend playing countless number of action and race games. I managed to get it on a cheap offer so thought it would be a good idea to buy it. At first I found the game quite interesting but as I got into it, it become a little repetitive and boring as you had to do mainly the same things in every level. The whole point of the game was to retreive all of the dragon flies through all of the levels and other ...
Excerpt: "If you wan't to buy this game I suggest you change your mind, I rented this game from Blockbuster a while ago and I thought it would be quite good. It didn't last long because there were only 9 levels. and to advance to the next level you had to get almost all 9 dragonflies in every level. I have been a little neggative But the only good thing about this game is that Spyro doesn't just have fire breath he has Bubble breath, Electric breath and Ice ...
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
15 March 2003
Summary: I've been a huge fan of Spyro the Dragon for many years. This is the first release of Spyro for the PS2, and is made by a new company. I had heard many poor reviews about Spyro in the hands of this new company. It was made by Universal Interactive instead of Insomniac, who wrote the old Spyro games. I still have my older Spyro games so I played them side by side to see just what the difference was. First, yes the graphics are better. I would hope so!
Desired FX "Call me Don. It's shorter than Is..., Amazon
10 March 2003
Summary: I played this Spyro game first and found it flat and tedious. Everything in it feels like a chore rather than a challenge. It feels like gameplay balance was a secondary consideration, if that. Recently, I had the pleasure of playing one of the older Spyro games for the PSX and I realized that this newer game is just a rehash of material that Insomniac gave us in earlier Spyro games--but this PS2 Spyro lacks the charm and gameplay of the Insomniac games.