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Spyro 3 Dawn of the Dragon on PS3

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Spyro 3 Dawn of the Dragon is a Adventuring game available on the PS3.

Spyro 3 Dawn of the Dragon is a Adventuring game. Adventure games are enjoyed for two reasons: they provide enemy encounters that require tactics and strategy to conquor, and they create a fantasy world in which to explore and adventure.


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Returning Gamer review Wed, 18 Feb 2009

I had never previously delved into the World of Spyro, having missed the previous 2 instalments of this series. It was a welcome addition to my games collection. This third edition is the final one in the series, so it was good to get some Spyro action before the franchise disappears forever.

The action in question sees Spyro and Cynder traverse various levels in order to reach our goal, both characters are linked by some kind of spiritual chord, but this does not impede the gameplay. It becomes apparent that this chord is the result of enemies placing some kind of green snakes around the characters necks, thus causing a mysterious and mystical bond. The opening sequence sees Spyro and companion locked together in what appears to be a block of amber, before being released. I must say that coming into this title for the first time it would have been good to have had a brief catchup on the previous story and to know why this was the case.
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