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Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
270 customer reviews

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PlayStation 2
  • Single Player
  • Stunningly beautiful levels to glide over, charge through, and swim around
  • Pilot tanks, planes and UFO's on your quest to save the Dragon Realms.
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Platform: PlayStation 2

Product Description

Featuring tricky puzzles, dazzling levels and all-new breath weapons, this is definitely Spyro's hottest adventure ever!

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A sequel to Spyro: Year of the Dragon, the bestselling title for the first PlayStation console, Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly sees Ripto return with a plan to steal the dragonflies of the Dragon Realms. To combat his foes, Spyro's existing set of abilities have been enhanced with new features such as electric, ice, and bubble breath. Equipped with newly acquired skills, amazing new vehicles, and help from new and old friends, Spyro must find a way to return the dragonflies and restore order to the Dragon Realm.

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Platform: PlayStation 2
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  • ASIN: B00006F2ZP
  • Item Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 14, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (270 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,048 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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44 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 15, 2003
Platform for Display: PlayStation 2
I've been a huge fan of Spyro the Dragon for many years. This is the first release of Spyro for the PS2, and is made by a new company.
I had heard many poor reviews about Spyro in the hands of this new company. It was made by Universal Interactive instead of Insomniac, who wrote the old Spyro games. I still have my older Spyro games so I played them side by side to see just what the difference was.
First, yes the graphics are better. I would hope so! The other games are from 2000 and before, and were for the Playstation (not the PS2). So in this new version the baskets, for example, are very pretty with their weave and decoration. The water ripples when Spyro runs through it, the grasses in the water wave. Even so, curved surfaces aren't as smooth and clean as in other current games, such as FFX and Kingdom Hearts.
Graphics do not make a game, though, and we found the new Spyro gameplay to be ... sluggish. In the other Spyros you feel like you have an energetic kitten on your hands, one that jumps and springs and moves quickly. In this new Spyro, it's more like a baby elephant lumbering along. The sounds don't seem to match up well with screen actions, either. There are often delays between when an action occurs and the sound kicks in.
Even worse, though, are the serious coding errors evident. I'm a programmer by profession so I know it can be tough to make a game perfect. However, this game didn't seem to get even simple testing done before it was released! There were NUMEROUS problems with drawing glitches on the screen, causing giant polygons to block our view. And when we tried to play through the display problems, it crashed. Repeatedly.
I really wanted the game to work well. The plot of 'the dragonflies have been stolen' seemed fun.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 30, 2002
Platform for Display: PlayStation 2
I was a huge fan of Spyro and couldn't wait to get this latest addition, but after playing for a while, I found it to be a huge disappointment. Don't waste your money on this one. The original creators of Spyro were not in on this one and it is so blatantly obvious. Universal Interactive should be ashamed of this attempt at what they call a game. Insomniac originally created Spyro and they did an amazing job. Universal's Spyro has too many glitches and flaws to list, not to mention the game is drastically shorter than the first three. If you want a great game, try Insomniac's latest creation for the PS2, "Ratchet and CLank." It is where the latest Spryo should've been with amazing graphics, countless challenges and breathtaking worlds to visit. Spend your money on that one, not Spyro. If you must try Spyro, rent it. You can finish this Spyro before it has to be returned!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Whitney B Scott on January 3, 2003
Platform for Display: PlayStation 2
This game is not fun--it is a frustrating mess. I wrote a letter to Universal Interactive two days after getting this game for Christmas and told them they ought to be ashamed of themselves for foisting such a sham of a game on the public. The game froze up on us six times in two days. The controls are not responsive. The video is jerky and disorienting with the camera angle changing unexpectedly and in strange directions. The whole game feels as if it's moving in slow motion. There is really no excuse for such poor development, especially in consideration of the quality of the first three Playstation games. Do yourself a favor and don't waste your money on this one. Buy the first three Playstation games and play the dickens out of them. And if you do buy this one, PLEASE write the company and tell them what you think! I'm hoping that if enough people complain, they will fix this Spyro and reissue a better game.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By V. Holt on November 13, 2002
Platform for Display: PlayStation 2
I would actually give this three and a half to four stars because I am such a big fan of the Spyro series, and I know I will play this several times just because I love exploring the beautiful, colorful fantasy worlds. While the developers have captured the look, the sounds and sometimes the spirit of the original game, however, this game is FAR from finished, and needed a little more time for development.
I have not experienced the same sort of 'buggy' gameplay many others have reported, with a few exceptions. Yes, the load times are almost unbelievably slow -- the PS2 has been out for two years now, and this sort of lag should be a thing of the past by now. It is not as smooth as some of the other recent platform games like Sly Cooper or Ratchet and Clank. One wonders why they just couldn't get it right for Spyro. The graphics, while more clear, vivid and detailed than the PS1 games, are no more complex than any other game out there now. There's no excuse for the slow, clunky game play, but it still does not detract from my overall enjoyment of the game.
I've had the game freeze up in several places, and there are some parts where you can't really control Spyro effectively. Sometimes the sound effects seem to get stuck, as well. Other, major glitches have been reported but I haven't come across them yet (inability to use any breath weapons, entire levels being inaccessible for no reason, etc.)
The major disappointment factor would have to be the fact that there are so FEW levels. I couldn't believe it when I realized there were only nine levels in the entire game, all visible on your "Atlas" menu from the very start. The portals which lead to these levels are not labeled, so it's easy to forget which leads where.
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