Spyro: Year of the Dragon

COVER IN 3D RATED E FOR EVERYONESpyro is back for his third PlayStation adventure. Jump down the rabbithole to recover all the eggs stolen from Dragon World by the evil sorceressand her henchmen. The cartoonish look, the goofy sounds, and thescavenger-hunt gameplay will be familiar to anyone who has adventured withSpyro before. New to the series is the ability to play as Sheila, thekangaroo; Sergeant Byrd, the flying penguin; Bentley, the Yeti; and Agent 9,the space monkey. In Year of the Dragon, Spyro still has all of hissignature moves–as well as the special moves he learned in Spyro theDragon 2–and can control such vehicles as tanks, submarines, andspeedboats. There are over 30 levels in which to recover 150 eggs andseveral minigames that complement the standard gameplay, includingboxing and skateboarding.

Product Features

  • All new playable critters
  • Huge mystical worlds
  • Challenging new game play
  • Scores of silly creatures

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Spyro: Year of the Dragon

  1. Beau Yarbrough says:

    Best of the series, in more ways than one Insomniac has taken all the best elements of the first two Spyro games, brought them into the third, spruced them up and added a whole lot more from their bag of tricks to provide the best Spyro game to date. This time around, Spyro — with the help of his friends from Spyro 2 — is trying to rescue dragon eggs from an evil sorceress. (Said eggs always hatch just as he gets them, treating the player to a brief animation of a baby dragon.) The environment is more interactive, with cannons, submarines, skateboards and more to play with. And the most dramatic change from the previous two games is that in addition to playing as Spyro, the game features play as Sparx the Dragonfly (in old school videogaming action), Bentley the Yeti (who plays whack-a-gnome and boxes), Sgt. Byrd the flying commando penguin, Shiela (who has a sidescrolling platform game in addition to her high-jumping levels) and Agent 9 the crazed space monkey (whose Doom parody level has to be seen to be believed). And through it all, the animation, voice work and overall design is flat-out charmig. Easier than Spyro 1, larger and more impressive than Spyro 2, “Spyro: Year of the Dragon” is this Playstation series going out with a bang. Great fun for the whole family.

  2. "kcg" says:

    The Greatest of the Three ‘Spyro: Year of the Dragon’ is, in my opinion, the best of the Spyro trilogy. With new characters like Bentley the Yeti, and Sheila the Kangaroo, you can do a diverse amount of things not possible before. New characters as well as old are introduced, and it would be a shame not to play this game. You will NOT be disappointed!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I love this game! Don’t be worried because this came out so soon after Spyro 2, it’s wonderful! The worlds are gorgeous as always and the new characters really add variety to the game.

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