The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning (2006)

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A purple egg is sent away from it's homeland, then turns into a young dragon named Spyro who is raised by dragonflies, then sets out to find Ignitus the elder of fire to learn the truth. ... See full summary »

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3 March 2007 | monkey_523
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| Fun Game, But Not Like The Original
I remember playing the original Spyro back in '98 and having a blast. The newest installment of Spyro has incredible voice talent (David Spade, Elijah wood, Gary Oldman) but it seems almost wasted such a short game. I played the whole thing through in about 7 hours; no time at all in the world of gaming. However, I did enjoy the story of how Spyro came to be.

Our favorite purple dragon's new attacks are the high point of the game. For such a small little guy, he is insanely powerful. During the course of the game you learn 4 elements: fire, lightening, ice, and earth, each with 3 upgradeable forms. Once you get the hang of it, you can execute nearly endless combos, so it doesn't take long to kill enemies.

But there sure are a lot of them. Enemies come at you dozen after dozen after dozen, and you can't proceed to the next area until you kill all of them. That, along with unimaginative scenery, makes for a very repetitive experience.

All in all, its a fun game with sharp graphics, smooth animation, and great voices. It wasn't the big hit I was hoping for, but it kept me entertained for an afternoon or two.

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Genres

Action | Adventure | Fantasy

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Release Date:

10 October 2006

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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