Summary: When I saw the trailer for this game, nearly 7 years ago, I felt my excitement go through the roof. I love Spyro, and just dragons in general. when I picked up off amazon recently, I couldn't wait to dive right into the great fantasy that I left behind. And it didn't disappoint. The story is as intriguing and entertaining as ever. This time Spyro must stop the return of the dark master, in a race against time on the Night of Eternal Darkness.
Summary: This game is terrible I know that games are suppose to be easy but you cannot even beat this game it is like flushed away cause you love the movie but you hate the game. The only good part is when one of the bad guys says prepare to die muffled And sparx is all like I think he said something about preparing to die ethier that or he wants you to repair a pie. In other words this game is CRUD!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not pick up this game.
The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night (for Wii) Review
A. D. Beynon, Amazon
19 December 2010
Summary: I accidentally bought this game for Playstation, not paying attention. I have a Wii, so I had to buy the Wii version and gave this one away. So I played it, but didn't enjoy it because it didn't hold the bit of promise we got from the first game, A New Beginning. The monkeys no longer had their hilarious howls and laughter and I really missed tossing them around with his Earth Tornado blast like he had in the first game.
Summary: This was an awsome game to play, I had loads of fun and the game played perfectly. I had no idea that the Eternal Night was the second installment in the Legend of Spyro games. I was happy to finally play this game so that the beginning of Spyro Dawn of the Dragon now makes more sense. Thanks for the amazing game. Long live Spyro!!!!
Summary: This is the second game in the Legend of Spyro trilogy and is difficult, though not as hard as the third one. It still focuses on combat using attacks and elemental powers, but there are more bosses, and the enemies are harder to defeat. In this game, Spyro can temporarily stop time to slow down opponents and get the upper hand. The elements usable are fire, ice, earth, and electricity. The second attacks for these moves have drastically changed, but are just as useful.
Summary: I bought this Spyro game two years ago, because I really enjoy playing the orginal spyros on the playstation back in the day. It's easy to play; however, it's difficulties lie in the coordination of using movements combined with buttons on the wii remote and nunchuck. I haven't tried using a traditional gaming remote for this game (however, I know you can with Mortal Kombat) which is a easy fix.