• Posted by : Tikaani Moon 18 April, 2020

    I've heard of the Spyro Reignited Trilogy game that was released in 2018. That sounds about right when I first heard it being announced. First off, I have to say I've been a huge Spyro fan for years. I remember playing the Legend of Spyro game. I mean one of those games, not all of them. I guess playing one was enough to begin this Spyro obsession.

    It was amazing to see how this game was upgraded from the 90's version. I love the voice acting and the graphics. I just love fantasy themes probably because I am a fantasy writer. Anyway, the fantasy scenes is what drawn me to the game. It was interesting to travel to these different lands and look at every corner of them. Of course, without falling to your death. The Spyro game can be quite comical in this way. I had too many weird fails and me being new to the game, I didn't know how to do some things. So this caused several strange mistakes and deaths. I still have to view tutorials to know how to pass specific levels. Other than that, I do find this game addicting and worth playing over and over again.

    My least favourite would have to be the flight part where you have a certain amount of time to fly and use your fire on various items while in the air. I was never able to complete a single one unfortunately. If you watch my live streams on Twitch, you'll know what I mean. Even though they're fails, I never miss an opportunity to live stream. I actually do this every time I play the game. I made this a habit now.

    I guess when I fully get the hang of this game, I'll be better able to enjoy it. I'm currently trying to learn how to play better.

    Spyro returned in this reignited game and plus in Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled! Will we see Spyro in future games?! Please let there be more Spyro games! 

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