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- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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Wii Skylanders Spyros Adventure Mega Pack - Starter Pack + 2 Adventure Packs
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As a long time Spyro fan, I was pleased to see his reemergence with the hugely popular Skylander's launch. However this is not a Spyro game, he is just one of many colorful characters that Activision is betting your children will clamor for. It's a diabolical, but genius, strategy that transforms an ordinary video game into a collectible franchise. I LOVE it, but the initial investment is just the beginning for anyone who really gets wrapped up in the game will want more more more!
Hardware: The Skylander's game centers its technology around a wireless Power Portal which can communicate with your game system (obviously), but also with your computer. The Power Portal is super cool and a wildly inventive idea that adds a extra dimension to the gameplay. The character (the game is for one or two persons) that you are within the game is determined by which character that is placed on the Portal. And throughout the gameplay, you may change characters as you see fit. It is NOT difficult to set up the hardware even if you aren't particularly tech savvy.
Age: Skylander's is rated for 10+. I think you could undoubtedly push the age level comfortably down a few notches depending on your child's ability. It's not a difficult game to manage. The top age range will vary.Read more ›
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My grandson age 6 loved this. It was hard to find the spyros pack since it is the first of the series.Published 22 months ago by cheryl huntley
We bought this for our daughter and she loved it! Loves the extra figures and is having a blast playing it on the Wii.Published on December 28, 2012 by M. Roberts