Near the end of the game you'll learn a tornadolike attack that lifts enemies in the air and damages them as they spin. This will unlock level select at the main menu and inside the pause screen. Leaving you on a stone island in space. Elijah Wood provides the voice of Spyro, and while he does a decent job, he's hampered by the dull script. There's a snow level, a volcano level, an old castle, some ruins, an outer space level, and the ultimate action cliché--a mine cart chase. There are some nice lighting and particle effects, the most impressive of which are used for Spyro's attacks.
Because this is a game geared toward kids, the snide comments that Spade is known for are so watered down that they're not very funny. Each attack has its own uses. As was mentioned earlier, A New Beginning's voice acting is good, but it's hampered by a lousy script. These moves damage enemies across the entire screen. This game has unused text. It's odd that you'll fight one creature just a few times, while you'll fight the same apelike creatures over and over.
After Spyro saves the day by breathing fire for the first time, the pair returns home, where they tell their parents about what happened. Thanks to simple and responsive controls, maneuvering Spyro on land is a breeze, but when he takes to the skies it's a different story. You can jump and attack while they're in the air, but you don't even have to do this if you don't want to--you can just let the tornado do all the work. David Spade plays the role of Sparx, Spyro's smart-aleck sidekick. This might've been used in a demo for the game since it isn't used in the final game.
The first hour of the game is riddled with slow-paced cutscenes, and you'll spend nearly as much time watching as you will playing. The lack of consistency in the game's design makes it difficult to enjoy and tough to recommend to anyone, regardless of their age. Jump twice to get over them. Big bosses were too easy. Fallen enemies drop different-colored gems that give Spyro his power. The rest of the game sees Spyro taking on hordes of enemies.
This method may seem boring, but by the time the game ends you'll have killed thousands of bad guys and your thumb will appreciate the rest. After you hit him, he will put up a blue shield and icicles will fall toward you. The only thing I found dissipointing was that most of the enemys were Overall, this is a great game with great graphics and combat scenes. Although the goal of his quest is to return his homeland to normal, Spyro will learn more about his true identity along the way. None of the levels are very interesting, and they certainly aren't original. The transition from the PlayStation to the current generation of consoles has not been kind to Spyro, and the series hit rock bottom with 2002's dismal Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly. Thankfully the game lasts only about six hours.
Use the links above or scroll down to see all the GameCube cheats we have available for Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning. Even top-notch voice talent can't make things interesting. After you hit him, he will put up a blue shield and icicles will fall toward you. However, this version has a few differences in effects and instruments. An intermission sequence will cut in. When you deplete her 3rd bar of health, you will be stuck in a strafe from left to right with her. This game has a hidden level select.
Then he'll try and hit you. The easiest way to get through the game is to use an elemental attack and then mash on the attack button ad nauseam. It's cool to see him light up a room as he sets bad guys ablaze, and it's always fun to breathe an icy cloud onto an enemy. This game has unused music. Though it may have shortcomings at some points. When you take him out a first time, there will be a second time where he has ice breath and he can't walk as fast.
There are also two brief on-rails flying sequences. Both children and adults alike will have a hard time getting excited about the uninspired level design, bland script, and repetitive nature of the gameplay. Since you simply pick up where you left off when you die, there's really no reason to put any effort into the combat. Other than the interview with Elijah Wood, which unlocks after you beat the game, there's no extra content, and no reason to go back and play the game again. .