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Spyro the Dragon

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1. Video game artwork - (Front)

2. Video game artwork - (Back)

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4. Description

5. Release dates

6. Alternate titles

7. Developed by

8. Published by

9. Genre

10. Amount of players

11. Age rating

12. Platforms

13. Media

14. Soundtrack written and composed by

15. Release information

16. Important characters

17. Walkthrough

18. Notes and additional information

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North American artwork - (Front)

North American artwork - (Back)

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Description for this video game

Meet Spyro the Dragon—he's a feisty little flame-spouting dragon on a GIGANTIC, 'go-anywhere', 3D fantasy adventure!

 

Packed with puzzles and enchanting adventures. Collect treasures, recover stolen family jewels and discover hidden regions.

 

Dragons come to life with hints as you free them from their spells.

 

Enemies run and hide, hit eachother, fire cannons, throw snowballs and even "moon" you..

 

Take full flight in secret Treasure Rounds. Shoot down planes, Fly through rings and arches and more.

 

Release dates

North America

 

September 09, 1998

 

Europe

 

September 10, 1998

 

Australia

 

October 23, 1998

 

Japan

 

April 01, 1999

 

North America (Sony PlayStation Network)

 

October 25, 2007

 

Europe (Sony PlayStation Network)

 

December 12, 2012

 

Alternate titles

Japan

 

スパイロ・ザ・ドラゴン (Spyro the Dragon)

 

Developed by

Insomniac

Published by

SCEA (Sony Computer Entertainment of America)

Universal Interactive Studios

Genre

Platformer

Amount of players

Single-player

Age rating

North America

 

ESRB - Rated E for Everyone (Comic Mischief)

 

Europe

 

PEGI - Everyone 3+

 

Platforms

Sony PlayStation 2

Nintendo GameCube

Media

CD-ROM (Sony PlayStation)

Digital download (Sony PlayStation Network)

Soundtrack written and composed by

Stewart Copeland

Release information for this video game

1. This was the first Spyro the Dragon video game to be released.

2. This was the first Spyro the Dragon video game to be released on the Sony PlayStation.

3. This was the first Spyro the Dragon video game to be released in Japan.

4. This was the first Spyro the Dragon video game to be developed by Insomniac.

5. This was the first Spyro the Dragon video game that Stewart Copeland wrote and composed the original soundtrack for.

Important characters that appear in this video game

Spyro the Dragon

Sparx the Dragonfly

Toasty

Dr. Shemp

Blowhard

Metalhead

Jacque

Tomas

Magnus

Titan

Astor

Marco the Balloonist

Gosnold the Balloonist

Tuco the Balloonist

Cray the Balloonist

Amos the Balloonist

Hak the Balloonist

The Gnorcs

Gnasty Gnorc

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