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Skylanders: Giants has inspired a number of spin off toys and collectibles. In this edition of FamilyGamerTV, we look at a plush Spyro figure which lights and makes sounds, maybe suitable for younger Skylanders enthusiasts who are not yet old enough to appreciate the console games.

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Plush Sklyanders Giants Spryo Light-up and Sound Toy Nintendo Wii Review

FGTV: Plush Sklyanders Giants Spryo Light-up and Sound Toy

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Skylanders: Giants has inspired a number of spin off toys and collectibles. In this edition of FamilyGamerTV, we look at a plush Spyro figure which lights and makes sounds, maybe suitable for younger Skylanders enthusiasts who are not yet old enough to appreciate the console games.

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