Reviews and Problems with Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure
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Petty Gimmickry at its finest
Andre A. Spence "Gambler", Amazon
2 January 2012
Summary: This review is mostly regarding the product, not the actual game play for anyone wondering. First of all, yes, the game works fine. You get what you pay for, a Spyro adventure across the fantasy land (the kids will really like it). Now here is where the gimmick starts...
Fun game, but sucks kids in and you'll be paying more and more...
Mary Jo Sminkey, Amazon
25 November 2011
Summary: This is definitely a game that young boys can't seem to resist. The similarity to Mario Galaxy and other similar Wii games is striking, with all the floating worlds to visit. The game play is somewhat tedious in the beginning as there's a lot of character talking to sit through and the player tasks...
Summary: My daughter was so looking forward to this gift for christmas. we immediatley set it up and was playing. After about 2 hours, the portal stopped reading the characters. We tried new batteries, re synching, everything. Still doesn't work. Really bummed and not so fun on Christmas day.
Summary: I bought this game as a Christmas gift for my kids. They opened it and played with it right away yesterday. It was having some problems recognizing the gill grunt character. Had to be placed just right to work. Today only trigger happy works. Spyro and gill grunt don't. Disappointed.
Summary: Spyro's latest game is fun to play and has many area's to explore (won't go into detail as it's already on the product page). While the game's fun, it's aimed towards the younger crowd (although there's enough enjoyment here for adults like me too!
Summary: Das zweite mal das wir dieses Spiel bestellt haben. In der ersten Packung fehlte der USB Sirick für die kabellose Verbindung zur Wii. Zurückschicken und auf Erstattung des Kaufpreises warten. Zeiter Versuch. Das Spiel neu und originalverpackt.
Summary: Zum Spiel: Man kauft zusammen mit dem Spiel ein Portal und mindestens eine Spielfigur. Das Portal nimmt via Funk Verbindung zur Wii auf und wenn mann dann im Spiel eine Figur (max. zwei) auf das Portal stellt, landet sie im Spiel und kann durch das Geschehen gelenkt werden.