You are plopped in, or should I say.. you are born into this game, tearing away from the membrane that you are attached to and immediately sent off on your own to figure things out, where you are, what you are and what is going on. You shamble around this place figuring out and solving puzzles without really any clue or backstory behind any of it. A very strange game, indeed. You finally start to get a bit of story towards the end, when you find out that two alien species have waged war and in the midst of this, you are trying to survive and escape with your life. Unfortunately, certain circumstances put a damper on this plan and you’ve gotta do what you can to try and save yourself before it’s too late. I haven’t quite played a game like this before, and I needed a lot of help with the puzzles because I had no idea where to even start on these. The combat is not really that great and probably needed a lot more work. However, the game looks beautiful, and the sounds and audio are really well done. If you don’t mind some minor annoying combat and being confused at certain puzzles without using a guide, but looking at a magnificent game, I definitely suggest this one!
We run through all box sets and levels, getting every single 100% objective in the game! This was a pretty fun puzzler game that requires you to think pretty hard about enemy movement and timing. Overall, a fun experience that’s pretty laid back and makes you brain think a little bit. I enjoyed the references…
Our third Spyro game and the final for the Reignited Trilogy takes place on the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year on the year of the dragon: 2024! What incredible timing! We get the full 100%+ completion, bonus level and special cutscene! What a great way to end off our reignited adventures with…
This creepy old island that contains a lighthouse must be maintained by your lonely character. As the days progress, you’ll find out that not everything is what it seems on this island and that there are things happening beyond your imagination