Taking place where "The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning" left off, "The Eternal Night" continues Spyro's epic journey to defeat the Dark Master. When Cynder leaves the Dragon Temple, he ... See full summary »

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Spyro (voice)
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Ignitus (voice)
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Gaul / Terrador / Sniff (voice)
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The Chronicler (voice)
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Cyril / Mole-Yair / Scratch (voice)
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Taking place where "The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning" left off, "The Eternal Night" continues Spyro's epic journey to defeat the Dark Master. When Cynder leaves the Dragon Temple, he sets off to find her, and often engages in telekinetic communication with a mysterious dragon called The Chronicler. He learns that he must stop the Dark Master from escaping the Well of Souls, a plan made by the dreaded Ape King, Gaul. Written by John

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2 October 2007 (USA)  »

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Ο θρύλος του Σπάιρο: Η αιώνια νύχτα  »

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Sniff: Sucka, you just don't know when to quit.
Sparx: Then you don't know us very well. I quit all the time...
[Spyro glares at Sparx]
Sparx: Sorry... I thought that was gonna sound cooler.
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Follows Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly (2002) See more »

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Could have been much better.
1 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really do love the Spyro series, but they've just been going downhill. This one really wasn't much of an exception either. I think there should have been more than just five excruciatingly long levels. Another five more levels would have helped wonders. Some parts of the game lagged REALLY badly as well. Better camera angles would have been nice as well. As for the storyline, I thought it was OK, but it still had some holes that could have used some filling in. Personally, the only REAL entertainment I got was whenever Sparx threw out one of his cheesy lines.

Would I recommend it? Eh, it's hard to say. Buying, nah. If you've got spare change for a rent, MAYBE consider it.


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