Reviews and Problems with Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure
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2 December 2013
Summary: While Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure has a very interesting concept, it suffers from one big problem: the lack of originality. The story is very bland with almost no thought put into it, the gameplay is as unoriginal as it can get and the graphics, while not horrible, could be a lot better.
Summary: My son really wanted it. His friends really wanted it. They all bought it, and have all quit playing it. They all thought it would be multiplayer. Easy to sell toys to kids I guess.
Pros: I really can't think of any. I know this game is supposedly hugely popular but all of my sons friends gave up on it in less than a month. Easy to sell the toys on Craigslist once your kid gets bored with it.
Cons: Lack of multiplayer. My son plays games online with his friends. He does not enjoy soloing all the time. And the toys end up every where. Kudos for selling kids a bunch of toys, but I really did not need all those figurines.
Summary: It is good... serves it's intended purpose but should have been slightly bigger to accommodate more Skylander.The seating groove is not deep enough to maintain the skylander in vertical position when on the move. and the front lock is a bit loose if not closed properly.
Summary: To be fair, I haven't actually purchased the Adventure Tower Case yet, so I can't comment on sturdiness beyond what it felt like in the store. The tower case feels solid. Very solid. It is definitely a hefty hunk of plastic that looks fun and captures the feel of the game.
Summary: When my 7 year first got this it was perfect; he only had 10 Skylanders. Now with the Giants and Swappers this is no use (they don't fit), the collection grows quick and played so much he never had the time to use this to store them.