A purple egg is sent away from it's homeland, then turns into a young dragon named Spyro who is raised by dragonflies, then sets out to find Ignitus the elder of fire to learn the truth. ... See full summary »

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Spyro (voice)
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Sparx (voice)
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Ignitus (voice)
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Cynder (voice)
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Volteer / Exhumor (voice)
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Cyril / Sparx's Father / Mole-Yair / Additional Voices (voice)
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Terrador / The Conductor (voice)
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Kane / Additional Voices (voice)
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A purple egg is sent away from it's homeland, then turns into a young dragon named Spyro who is raised by dragonflies, then sets out to find Ignitus the elder of fire to learn the truth. Ignitus shows him the prophecy that a purple dragon of ten generations, will rise to be a hero and defeat the evil forces. With his faithful companion Sparx at his side, Spyro embarks on a journey to rid the world once and for all of the evil black dragon, Cynder. Written by John

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10 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Ο θρύλος του Σπάιρο: Μια νέα αρχή  »

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[looking at the Pool of Visions]
Sparx: So what's with the pool, big guy?
Ignitus: If you must know, certain dragons have the ability to see visions... the thoughts, memories, and dreams of others... and to see what's happening in places far, far away. I am one such dragon, and in this pool the visions come forth.
Sparx: Oh really, is that so? Okay what am I thinking now?... What am I thinking now? Okay, now? Now? Now, now, now, now, now?
Ignitus: I'm afraid it's not that easy, Sparx. It takes time, reflection, and patience.
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Follows Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage! (1999) See more »

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Fun game
3 November 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Fantastic, well-rounded game play. Love all the moves and breaths, fighting non-stop and excellent voice acting! Sometimes you think your watching a animated movie during the cut scenes. Best Spyo in my opinion, some people just don't like change but it has to happen and Spyro has moved forward. Beautiful levels and music. Things that could be Improved: More misnames, flying simulation made similar to the Sergeant bird in Spyro a hero's tale. The graphics have vastly improved, they have moved on from the bright, cartoonie graphics and are darker but still colourful and detailed. Bosses are a major improvement since Hero's tale, with slightly more of a challenge and they look much better. The main antagonist is brilliant and original (a female villainess for once!)I'd recommend this game to anyone and hey, If you complete it quickly you can always take it back to the store to trade for another one, at least it was still fun to play right? 9/10


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