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Spyro Games >> Revoked Canon >> ETD BETTER?

Post by ratchet on Dec 26th, 2008, 01:14am

Quit complaining about how CRAP ETD is, ANB, TEN and DOTD take the cake as the crappiest Spyro games ever. I mean I know It's glitchy and all but atleast ETD had the same style as the originals and the general gameplay WAS as fun. compared to TLOS which is as crappy as hell.
Post by Neal Spyrocreator on Jan 13th, 2009, 4:41pm

Can't seem to remember my account.

I agree. EtD was like an extension of YotD. It had vehicles, slides, themed worlds, characters with quests...it was very much traditional Spyro.

How anyone can say the new Spyro is better is beyond me. EtD followed the Spyro fornula right. I'd take another hundred EtDs before I even came within a 20 mile radius of a TLoS game.
Post by Charles Frost on Feb 25th, 2009, 09:21am

I disagree. ETD was an unfinished game, which is visible in the amount of glitches, how short it is and how it just doesn't work. The fact that it is in the old style doesn't determine whether it's a good game or not.

The new games aren't much fun in my opinion. They contain a lot of glitches, repetitive gameplay, random difficulties and they may be short. But they're still more polished and worked out than ETD, which didn't even have a proper ending in my eyes.

DOTD tried to do a bit better than it's two predecessors. And i have to say the flying and coop play were a nice touch, but it failed in really improving the gameplay much over the first two games.
Post by ratchet on Apr 14th, 2009, 07:30am

In a way, i think ANB and TEN are unfinished. ANB was too short and had repetative level design (sometimes it just seemed like they copied and pasted bits of the levels) and TEN was just a rehash of ANB with the same repetative crap.

Yes, ETD was poorly made, less polished, but still better than TLOS
Post by PKMNTrainerMay on Aug 8th, 2011, 02:38am

(My first post. smiley)

I agree, ANBTENDOTD (and especially TEN) were 1000 kinds of s|-|!t. Mainly because of the *bleep* difficulty.