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Spyro: The Legend of the Eternal Night Member Review for the PS2

By:
vishnuarun
05/20/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
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GENRE Action 
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PUBLISHER Sieera Entertainment 
DEVELOPER Krome 
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E10 What do these ratings mean?

When Krome Studios took over development of the previous game, they slapped on the “Legend” moniker and called it A New Beginning. It was supposed to be a retelling of Spyro’s story and a resuscitating punch to the gut of the series. Judging from Krome’s previous work on Ty the Tasmanian Tiger, I suspect that they didn’t know what to do with a sequel. A second helping should be at least more of the same, if not more generous than the last. Instead, Krome wiped off the plate and put it back on the table.


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