Can anyone tell me why Spyro 2 keeps getting called ripto’s rage? When I had it for ps1 yonks ago it was called the gateway to glimmer? Always wondered but never actually got round to finding out?
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Although this and Crash Bandicoot was a tie for me. There was more fun stuff you could do in Spyro I reckon. Good old skateboard competition on those slides and hills. Nostalgic. First Crash and now this. Remasters are amazing, but I’m hoping this does as well as Crash’s remaster so both can be properly revived! I feel like these games were so good because 1. at the time, we had seen nothing like it 2. it’s a very simple concept (smash and collect stuff) 3. we were kids 4. the colorful environments and great soundtracks. Video games these days lack those substances and because graphics are SO advanced, nowadays it’s just a competition to see who can make a game look more realistic.
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Spyro the Dragon retro. I’m going to be completely honest, Spyro music is some of my least favorite of any mainstream game franchise. It’s uninspired, bland, lacks any defining characteristics, the system processing power would slow it to a crawl at moments, and it hasn’t aged well. Wow who pissed in your coffee today Adam? If you think THIS music is so bland and forgettable you obviously do not have an ear for music at all. I can think of a ton of games I’ve played over the years with worse soundtracks. And Stewart Copeland personally played through each of the stages in this game several times before composing a track for every one of them. You can’t get much more inspired than that. I’m not saying that this guy can’t have an opinion, but he backs it up with no evidence. Spyro is actually very inspired. The man who wrote the music, would actual play through each level before writing the theme to it. All the songs from Spyro have a certain Spyro feel to them. There are plenty of fan-made Spyro songs that also have this feel. I lack the musical knowledge to describe it, but you’ll hear these “defining characteristics” if you listen to any Spyro music, and then listen to any fan-made Spyro music. Again, this is my opinion, and you have your opinion. I’ve backed mine up, you haven’t.