A young cute purple dragon named Spyro has set out to free his dragon buddies, after when they had fallen victim to the villainous Gnasty Gnorc, who has turned them into crystals! It's up ... See full summary »

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Spyro the Dragon / Useni / Marco / Hexus / Eldrid (voice)
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Delbin / Obasi / Unika / Enzo / Maximos / Nestor / Titan / Boris (voice)
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Gnasty Gnorc / Sadiki / Claude / Cleetus / Bruno / Cyprin / Nevin / Astor (voice)
Jamie Alcroft ...
Lateef / Cosmos / Kosoko / Zane / Interviewer / Trondo / Oswin / Tomas (voice)
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Gildas / Darius / Boldar / Revilo / Dragons (voice)
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A young cute purple dragon named Spyro has set out to free his dragon buddies, after when they had fallen victim to the villainous Gnasty Gnorc, who has turned them into crystals! It's up to Spyro to recover their treasure hoard from the invading Gnorcs, and then confront and defeat Gnasty Gnorc himself. Written by Anthony Pereyra <hypersonic91@yahoo.com>

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Trivia

It is said the Spyro was combined with the Latin word "pyro" (meaning fire) and the Greek work "spiro" (meaning to breathe). See more »

Quotes

Interviewer: And what about this, Gnasty Gnorc character? Now, I understand he's found a magic spell to turn gems into warriors for his cause.
Lindar: I'll take that question. Gnasty Gnorc, is a simple creature.
Gnasty Gnorc: Simple!
Lindar: He's been contained in a remote world, and is no threat to the dragon kingdom
Gnasty Gnorc: No threat?
Lindar: And plus, he is ugly!
Gnasty Gnorc: Ugly? That does it!
[Gnasty freezes the dragons]
Spyro the Dragon: Look's like I've got some things to do!
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Crazy Credits

The credits play over empty versions of the various levels in the game. See more »

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Followed by Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly (2002) See more »

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Great game, started the new gaming world!
13 December 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Spyro The Dragon is a great game and now considered a classic. I found this game very educating as I was only 6 years old at the time this game came out. Therefore I am 13 at the moment. It also was one of the first games to have realistic graphics. When I was eight my dad bought me a Playstation, Spyro was the first game I ever bought and I was so excited to play this game and when I played it, I could not let go of the controller. Looking for the dragons, unlocking new levels by completing one of the levels on the particular world that you are in.

Even my Dad enjoyed playing as he always loved flying around in Sunny Flight, Night Flight, Crystal Flight and all the rest. It was a brilliant conclusion to the game as it was extremely fun in the Gnasty Gnorc level and then in Gnasty's loot.

It would probably be a great game if it was released today!


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