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The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon (2008)

After three years of being imprisoned in a crystal Spyro and Cynder stop the evil forces of darkness and confront the Dark Master Malefor and save the day! (spoilers) Cynder is starting to ... See full summary »
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Spyro (voice)
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Cynder (voice)
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Sparx (voice)
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Ignitus (voice)
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Hunter (voice)
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Terrador / Chief Prowlus / Hermit (voice)
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Volteer / Mason (voice)
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Cyril (voice)
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The Chronicler (voice)
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Meadow (voice)
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After three years of being imprisoned in a crystal Spyro and Cynder stop the evil forces of darkness and confront the Dark Master Malefor and save the day! (spoilers) Cynder is starting to have feelings for Spyro at the end of this is the final conclusion in the series. Written by Bluebutterflydragon

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7 October 2008 (USA)  »

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Ο θρύλος του Σπάιρο: Η αυγή του δράκου  »

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Sparx voice keeps changing through all three Spyro games. See more »

Quotes

Cynder: Spyro! Spyro, open your eyes. Get up!
Spyro: Cynder, what happened? Where are we?
Cynder: I don't know. It's all a blur.
Spyro: Yeah, me too. My head's pounding.
Cynder: Shhh. Wait! That's not your head. I heard it too.
Spyro: What is that?... Sparx, is that you?
[room lights up revealing it's a large coliseum, filled with enemies]
Cynder: ...For once, I wish it was.
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Follows Spyro: A Hero's Tail (2005) See more »

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Guide You Home (I would die for you)
Performed by Becky Kneubuhl & Gabriel Mann
Produced by Becky Kneubuhl & Gabriel Mann
Music and Lyrics by Becky Kneubuhl & Gabriel Mann
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An Adventure To Be Remembered
22 October 2013 | by (London) – See all my reviews

I remember first having this game on the PS2, but when we replaced it for a Wii, I was heartbroken to give away my game. Luckily a friend of mine who I enjoyed playing the series with kept it and it is here to the day.

When I saw it online for Wii, I knew I had to get it. I bought it on Friday and arrived on Saturday, I struggled not to open it until my friend was here, i wanted a surprise for her.

I remembered not many things from playing the past game, and all the controls were different with the Wii, but it all seemed a surprise to me, Every single chapter is more captivating than the other, the animation is to the point of highest excellence, and the lines are not only strong but emotional. The plot came to life as every single event seemed more realistic. You are not only playing the game, you are in the game.

The flying is something to mention too, you can't fly too high near things that you need to get it you are not in the right position, so everything is a challenge, and a fun one at that. I also particularly like gliding. It can be very fun when you are high up, and the flying is ACTUAL flying, if you've played skylanders the flying in that game is awful, actually, talking about that, the whole of the Spyro trilogy was epic, awesome, indescribable, but sadly followed by Sylanders which ruined the whole game.

Overrall, the plot is captivating, the lines will make you cry, and the game-play will become real. Every puzzle makes you think, every upgrade is worth it, every piece of armor helps, and the final battle will be epic.


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