Most especially this was not expected to arrive at my doorstep, but thereafter it was begging to be reviewed. Essentially, let me get to the point: it’s a family-oriented adventure game published by Activision (hello, MW3!) featuring Spyro, and you can load different characters into the game via a dock that uses RFID chip technology into each figurine of the characters . You can buy more figurines to use more characters with different abilities, and the saves are cross-platform between PS3, PC, and Xbox 360. That all being said, the version I tested was the Xbox 360 version, and I enjoyed it in co-op mode on a 1080p HD screen.
As for the game itself, it’s prey appealing to kids of a younger age. My favorite character was obviously Spyro, and his ability to ram into enemies in the numerous worlds, as well as using mainly fire elemental attacks, and leveling up all the way to level 10 (the max level with all abilities for your character). It’s a great game to buy for a young gamer — even good enough to be used as their first ever game. Well done.