Reviews and Problems with Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure
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Skylanders Spyro's Adventure (Wii)
24 November 2011
Excerpt: Skylanders Spyro's Adventure is the first game of the successful franchise. Several changes have been made since with it's successors. This is the only game in the series to offer a wireless Portal of Power.
Pros: Innovative gameplay and the figures are fun to play with offline too
Excerpt: Some people might think that I would have enough Spyro after playing the Wii version of Skylanders Spyro's Adventure. Yet I found myself very interested in playing the Nintendo 3DS version of the game.
Excerpt: Skylands is in danger! An unnamed Darkness looms over the horizon, the Skylanders have been shrunk down and whisked away to earth and it is up to the new portal master to rescue them from retailers everywhere (for a mere eight bucks a pop) so they can save the day.
Pros: Leveling up characters, Collecting hats, Using the Portal with the action figures
Cons: Level structure lacks variety, Limited multiplayer modes, Buying characters to access portions of the game
Summary: Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure is a near-perfect conceptual marriage of toys and video games. While wallets may shudder at the thought of throwing down potentially lots and lots of money for the complete experience, what you get out of the box is a well-crafted adventure and world that kids of all...
Excerpt: Come on now, Activision. We're not stupid. Gimmick aside, Skylanders is indeed a strong action-adventure game with great co-op and an infectious personality. But it's the game's Portal Of Power accessory that is both its unique selling point and the worst thing about it.
Conclusion: Hoewel het verhaal, de besturing en de moeilijkheidsgraad van de game vooral gericht zijn op iets jongere gamers, is deze game qua gameplay zo origineel en biedt het een behoorlijke diepgang dat ook volwassen gamers er verslaafd aan kunnen raken.
Conclusion: Skylanders: Spyros Adventure gewinnt vor allem durch das wirklich coole Konzept. Es ist einfach etwas völlig neues, wenn man sieht wie die Figuren im Spiel lebendig wirken. Blendet man das aus, hat man kein besonders originelles Spiel.