Spyro: Shadow Legacy (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Sierra Nintendo DS games
Description:Manufacturer: Sierra / Genre: Action & Adventure / Spyro Shadow Legacy introduces role playing elements to the Dragon ... more
Spyro: Shadow Legacy (DS) ... Realms, offering Spyro fans an "RPG light" experience with all new gameplay features. By fighting and defeating creatures in the game, players will earn experience points that improve Spyro's strength and abilities. This RPG element will allow players to use their experience to build Spyro's new magical powers and martial arts combat abilities as the game progresses.
Newest Review: ... for some nice gaming moments. The buildings themselves do look very two dimensional and you do feel they didn't put in a lot ... more
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Spyro: Shadow Legacy (Nintendo DS)
Platforms: Nintendo DS, ESRB Rating: Everyone
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
Customer Spyro: Shadow Legacy (DS) Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/09/13 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Spyro, the little purple dragon that started gracing our screens back in 1998. Insomniac Games, the creators that bought us the amazing original trilogy of games, left this series along time. Fastforward to 2005 and for this game, Spyro was in the hands of Amaze Entertainment. But was the little purple dragon struggling under a different studio or was he still kicking butt, dragon style! Story: Nothing is easy in life when it comes to Spyro! Even on his holiday the bad guys are out for trouble. Lazing on the beach, Spyro falls asleep unaware that a dark storm arrives and traps everyone within the Dragon Realms, Avalar and the Forgotten Realms in a dimension ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/08 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Insomniac games created Spyro the purple dragon way back in 1998. Since then he has made many appearances on all the main gaming platforms. His move to the Nintendo DS however has not been well received however, the gameplay is awkward and limited by the necessity of the DS's two 2D screens. The game starts with Spyro in bed, when he wakes he faces the usual challenges a small purple dragon faces when he gets up - defeating enemies and protecting the realm. He is helped by Elders. An all too familiar storyline. The world in Shadow Legacy is made up of only four continents which are further divided into habitats - which are very flat in 2D and look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/07 (Useful, 100 readings)
This is an action role playing game that on the DS never really lives up to the quality and enjoyment levels that Spyro games have provided in the past on other platforms. It is not a total dud of a game but it is average at best and I must admit I was a bit disappointed with it. Whilst on holiday a storm means that Spyro end up in the Shadow Realm an d he has to set about freeing the Dragon elders from their captors and then save the rest of the land from the bad guys. In the game you will switch from the shadow land to the real world as the game progresses. During the game you will have to free various creatures and then you have to complete ... Read the complete review
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