Reviews and Problems with The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon
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Calm Down Tom
31 October 2011
Summary: I got my hands on this game without any prior knowledge what it is about, apart from the fact that it is kind of a strategy game. The game turns out to be real time strategy (it can be paused as well) that has many similarities with turn-based strategies like Sid Meier’s Civilization.
The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon Xbox 360 Review
30 May 2010
Excerpt: The Legend of Spyro series has few connections to the original line of games and is a re-imagining that is focussed on fighting as opposed to jumping, and brings in a host of celebrities to voice the cast of characters.
Excerpt: Dating back to the PlayStation One days, Spyro the purple dragon has been with us for quite some time. Not being familiar with the series I was very curious to see what the action and adventure based game was all about.
Conclusion: Some stellar V/O work with the likes of Elijah Wood and Christina Ricci providing voice-work for the main characters. Co-op is a lot of fun, and really adds to the experience. The absence of XBL co-op is a bit puzzling though. All-in-all a very good game that'll keep you entertained for a few days.
Summary: I was corresponding with another writer here at Gaming Nexus -- Sean Nack -- when the topic and usage of the word “frustration” in videogame reviews came up. As I’m wont to do when I know little of what I’m talking about, I turned the discussion into something of a monologue.
Excerpt: Welcome my friends, to Spyro:Dawn of the Dragon (The review). This game marks the third and final installment of the “Legend of Spyro” trilogy and has players thrown back into Spyro’s magical world and must once again help people for no real reason what-so-ever!
Excerpt: Spyro has been around for quite some time now and since his incarnation on the PlayStation, our little dragon has come a long way. Although our colourful and fire breathing dragon has had a few ups and downs in his career, Spyro Dawn of the Dragon is the latest title of the franchise which not only...
Excerpt: The worlds have a vibrancy that recalls the original PlayStation games, special effects are suitably dazzling and the whole affair is efficiently produced whilst making the most of the host hardware.