It's time to start the adventure. This Spyro Reignited Trilogy guide contains all the information necessary to complete the trilogy of games with a sympathetic dragon as a main protagonist: Spyro The Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage! and Spyro: Year Of The Dragon.
The guide is divided into four parts. In the first part you will find general advice on the whole trilogy. You'll find some basic information to help you start your adventure. The other three parts describe each part of the trilogy. You will find a walkthrough of the different stages, along with a detailed explanation of the most difficult parts of the trilogy. In addition, each of them contains a chapter with answers to questions that may arise during the game.
Spyro Reignited Trilogy is a collection of three classic 3D platformers, originally released on the first PlayStation, whose main character is a dragon named Spyro. The storyline of the games tells the story of his successive rescue operations, in which he saves his friends from the hands of various beings. In order to make this possible, he gains new abilities during subsequent parts of the game. The game has been designed practically from scratch. All stages from the original were rewritten into a new graphics engine.
Each adventure has its beginning. Each game in this series has different features. Across several installments, Spyro gains new abilities that help him survive consecutive adventures.
Spyro the Dragon
- Each dragon is a new savepoint - saving dragons not only allows you to beat the game in 100% but also to save the game before more difficult sequences.
- Spyro can only glide - that is why the distance he can cover while gliding is so important. Maximum flight is possible only if you start gliding at the peak of your flight.
- Do not forget about the dragonfly - it represents Spyro's health. If it is green, you have to extremely careful, as it means Spyro is close to his death.
- You do not have to wander around the levels - the game has a built-in minimap you can turn on in the game's settings, allowing you to move around the map easier.
Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!
- Spyro can fly! - This is a significant difference in comparison to the previous installment. Spyro can enter a special gate that gives him the ability to fly. Unfortunately, using this ability is limited in time. Upon activating it, on the right-hand side of the screen, you will see a timer counting down how much time do you have left to fly.
- Helping others is fundamental - completing a level in 100% requires you to complete articular activities. You can be tasked with them by Alvar dwellers you meet across different levels.
- Gem radar - once more, you are accompanied by the dragonfly. This time around, apart from indicating Spyro's health condition it also points towards the nearest Gem. This makes finding all the Gems on the map much easier.
- Changes in saving the game - Although you still save game with the help of the fairies, the distance between them is not the same as in the previous installment. This time, they can be found in the strategic places across the map.
- Gems can be spent - This time around, Gems serve not only as collectibles. They can be used to purchase all kinds of upgrades that will help you complete different tasks. In order to gain access to them, you have to interact with multiple creatures across the map.
Spyro The Dragon
This chapter is devoted to the first part of the trilogy - Spyro The Dragon. Here you will find a walkthrough of various stages of the game, along with a detailed discussion of the more difficult levels in the whole title. In addition, you will find a section with answers to questions that may arise during your play.
This chapter includes information on how to complete Spyro the Dragon. Below, you can find detailed features of all chapters. The most important pages of this chapter describe:
- Artisans - the first location you explore in the game allowing you to familiarize yourself with the gameplay mechanics.
- Peace Keepers - the second homeworld in the game, where you can find the entrance to 5 levels. Here, you also have to fight Doctor Shemp.
- Magic crafters - the third homeworld in the game. Here, you can find the easiest boss in the whole game - Blowhard.
- Beast Makers - the fourth homeworld you have to complete. At its end, you will have to face Metalhead.
- Dream Weavers - the last homeworld you have to complete on your way to Gnorc Gnexus. Here, you have to fight Jacques.
Trophies and secrets
Spyro the Dragon has many secrets for you to discover. Additionally, you can also complete different activities prepared by the developers, the most prominent ones being:
- Dragon eggs - there are 12 eggs in the game. They are in the hands of the thieves who are usually hidden across different levels.
- Trophies - in Spyro the Dragon there are 37 trophies to unlock. In order to do that, you have to complete particular activities in the locations.
- Skill points - Apart from the standard trophies, the game also features 12 experience points awarded in a way similar to how trophies are unlocked.
Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!
This chapter focuses on the second game in the trilogy - Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!. The information you can find below will help you finish the game. Apart from the walkthrough, you can also find answers to the questions that might occur to you while playing the game.
This chapter is a walkthrough for Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!. Below, you can find descriptions of particular levels along with a list of activities you have to complete in them. The most important subsections are:
- Summer Forest - the first homeworld you will visit in the game. Here also you will fight the first boss in the game - Crush.
- Glimmer - The first location you visit in Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!
- Autumn Plains - the second homeworld. After collecting all talismans you will be able to fight Chaps.
- Winter Tundra - this is the third and the last homeworld you visit in the game. This is where you will fight Ripto himself.
Trophies and secrets
In Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!, the secrets are not as plentiful as they were in the previous game. Nonetheless, they still are a significant part of the gameplay. The most important sections include:
- Talismans - these are crucial to unlocking boss fights in the first two homeworlds.
- Trophies - similarly to the previous game, you have to complete given activities in different locations. Spyro 2 has 30 trophies to unlock.
Spyro: Year of the Dragon
- Not just Spyro - Definitely the biggest change. In Spyro: Year of the Dragon, you control more characters than just Spyro. With new levels, you unlock new characters. In certain levels, some of the characters have dedicated sequences. Moreover, they will aid you in the boss fights.
- Portals - Locations have been expanded. They no longer are one area. You can access smaller locations via special portals. There, you can find tasks that will lead you to an egg.
- Skills retention - Right from the beginning of the game, you can use all the skills that you learned during the previous games.
- Not all locations can be completed in one go - A significant change is the fact that some of the locations are impossible to complete in the first run. There are certain sequences that can be completed by a character that you recruit in the next homeworld.
- Gems like gold dust - This game also allows you to spend acquired gems. This is why you need to collect them diligently. With these gems, you can activate elements of the environment, unlock new portals and buy new allies from their captivity.
About Spyro Reignited Trilogy Guide
Author : Agnieszka "aadamus" Adamus for gamepressure.com
Translator : Mateusz "Ictius" Sawka
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Spyro Reignited Trilogy Video Game
- genre: Arcade
- developer: Toys for Bob
- publisher: Activision Blizzard
- platform: PS4, XONE