Reviews and Problems with Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly
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Sound quality 6
Great family fun for all
12 September 2005
Excerpt: I played this game and had a whole heap of fun. I found that Spyro the Dragon was more floaty when moving and found this quite hard to master. It was quite different to other Spyros that I have played (using just fire breath) because on this one you had to find breath such as Ice, Water and Electric. I have to admit on a number of occassions I did loose patience and by persistance and sheer determination did eventually get the hang of it.
Excerpt: …And I'll begin with a brief history lesson. When the original Spyro The Dragon game arrived on the PlayStation back in 1998, there was considerable hype surrounding the project. It looked gorgeous, and proved to be a very competent platform game for the youngsters, though perhaps because of its child-friendly slant and conservative design, it was still streets behind the genre-leading Crash Bandicoot 3.
Pros: Enjoyable and well - crafted gameplay, nicely - judged humour, diverse levels and tasks, good mini - games
Cons: Last - generation graphics, poor frame - rate, shocking loading times, poor distribution of levels
Excerpt: I love Spyro, its easy enough for my little brother to do well to make up his own things to do and challenging enough to keep me entertained. However after buying this one a while back I became very disappointed with this game. The usually very challenging Spyro game just became so frustrating that it became annoying to play.
Excerpt: Yet again we have another amazing game featuring the fun and lovable dragon known as 'Spyro'. Spyro doesn't just have fire breath, but ice, electric and bubble. The wicked Ripto is back with an evil plan and it's Spyro's job to stop him. Glide over, charge through and swim around stunning levels and complete tricky puzzles and challenges. Pilot tanks, planes and UFO's on your quest to save the Dragon Realms.
Pros: New Characters, New Levels and Very Challenging !
Excerpt: ......INTRO.......... So. We have another Spyro game. Enter the Dragonfly. I guess that sounds fun. Just by looking at the case you think spyro has grown up a bit, he looks slightly more determined to actually kick some ass this time rather than just go *poof*. The game does give you a bit of funny monster burning, but it's mostly pretty jewel collecting along with helping little dragons save their kites..... ......THE GOALS.........
Pros: It's just like all the other spyro games . .
Cons: It's just like all the other spyro games ! ! lol
Excerpt: Some of us may of heard of Spyro, but just in case you haven’t he’s a purple dragon that stars in many computer games like Spyro 1 (PS1), Spyro 2 : Gateway to Glimmer (PS1), Spyro 3 : Year of the Dragon (PS1), Spyro : Attack of the Rynocs (GB) and the newest, Spyro : Enter the Dragonfly (PS2).
Excerpt: I've played all 4 Spyro games (I'm in my early 30's) and couldn't wait to get my hands on this one but was soreley disappointed. The game plays the same - easy concepts/game playing but just didn't bite the biscuit for me. Spyro has some new breaths and mastering some of the inner worlds is great fun.
Excerpt: Spyro Enter the Dragonfly is the fourth in the series of Spyro games which have been produced for the PS1 and PS2. In this game, you do not have to save many dragons, but collect dragonflies using various different types of breath. The game and controls, will be extremely familiar to those who have played the earlier versions, but unfortunately, it appears to run more slowly than the PS1 versions, taking an age to load levels and even Spyro does not seem to move about as...
Pros: Plenty of puzzles and lots of fun - what more do you need?
Cons: Too slow - seems to run much slower than PS1 versions
Excerpt: My husband paid full price for this game £39.99 (I believe) fairly expensive, but then he knew I would like the little purple dragon – the fourth Spryro in the series. I finished it fairly quickly - in about a week. I must point out though that every spare waking moment was spent playing it!! Very sad I know, but you just gotta love that dragon!
Summary: well, I started playing this game a lot when i first got it and it was fun. I had completed only about 3 levels when i decided to take a break from ps2. So then i just forgot about the game, until i found it piled under a bunch of other games i was "hey i should try to complete this" So i did. I didn't get all the dragonflies or gems (infect i was only missing 15 gems in the whole game, i knew where they were, i just couldn't get them) but then came ripto.