Conclusion: Graphics:a nice appealing set of graphics with bright colours with each skylander starting off looking like the figure then as they are upgraded changes can be seen making them feel alive however the NPCs feel lifeless outside of cutscenes never changing at all and occasionally failing to lipsync...
Excerpt: I’ve been struggling for a while now to post my Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure review, because I’ve honestly had trouble putting the darn thing down. The overall concept is the most unique technological concept to come out of the game industry in 2011: the family-friendly action RPG uses real-world...
Excerpt: A few days ago, there was a giant launch event for Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure here in New York City. New York Knicks superstar Amar’e Stoudemire was the guest of honor. Amar’e does tons of work with kids and he even played finished Super Mario Bros. as a kid.
Pros: A deep world, action figures store your powers, action figures work on other consoles.
Cons: No online play, a few camera angle issues, dialog can be corny.
Conclusion: The portal is fun to use, and exploring the powers and abilities of the different Skylanders is at least as engaging as the good variety of levels you'll see as you work your way through the adventure.
Conclusion: SOARING HIGHA Dungeon Crawler For Kids - Despite the cheery characters and the colorful settings, at the heart of Skylanders beats a dungeon crawler disguised as a kids’ game. Don’t let the platformer label fool you.
Summary: Without a doubt the hottest gaming product for Holiday 2011 is going to be Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure. It isn't just a game, it is an awesome collection of remarkably well made toys that let you swap the characters in and out of the game by putting the toys on a special portal device.
Summary: Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure might have very little to do with Spyro himself, but it certainly provides a unique take on the action-platformer by adding the addictive element of collectible, colorful figurines.
Summary: Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure lets kids take on the role of a powerful Portal Master, who can control over 30 different characters, including the beloved purple dragon Spyro. The game allows players to transport real-world toys into virtual worlds of adventure through the Portal of Power.