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Topic: Spyro Reignited Trilogy

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Bolt_Strike

aresius wrote:

@Bolt_Strike
i manage to do it in the third try, focus on take as many you can and ignore him, only try to steal Crystal from him before he catch it if you are on his path and just stand in the spot don't' need to jump for steal.

i notice they make some point more harder the second boss from sypro 2 give me an hard time with his electric ball cannon i defeats him only after 5-6 tries

Jeez, I just beat Gulp and you're right, they made him a lot harder. The electric ball cannon is really hard to dodge, it's not just something you can charge around the room to avoid, you have to be smart and change direction based on where it's headed. I've been trying to get all of the Skill Points as I go, but I might want to wait until I get permanent Superflame before I even attempt to beat him without getting hit.

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link3710

@Dezzy Sorry I wasn't clear. I'm saying there is thematic consistency, at least far more so than I remembered.

For the first world, we have Town Center that looks like a plaza for trading, Dark Hollow that looks like a mix of a theater and library, and Toasty takes place in a castle decked out like an Art Gallery. The last level I played there, after that comment, was Stone Hill, which doesn't fit the Artisan theme at all. But combine it with the dragon designs, and it actually all seems like pieces of a larger world.

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Dezzy

@link3710

Yeah there's just enough that it feels vagely structured, even though the game is pretty much just a random string of unconnected levels.

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Bolt_Strike

Completing the Skill Points in Spyro 2 reminds me just how amazing this game's 100% completion reward is, easily the best 100% completion reward in a game ever. Permanent Superflame[/spoiler] makes Gulp and Ripto pathetically easy, [spoiler]you can destroy them without Gulp even getting a chance to fight back and makes Ripto almost a nonfactor except for his fireballs. So if you're going for the Skill Points where you have to beat Gulp and Ripto without taking damage, I highly recommend you wait until you get all of the Gems and Orbs. It'll be sooooo worth it.

Anyway, onto YotD.

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Yeti boxing is easier than I remember. Just spammed hook punches (A I think?) and beat him in one round. I had a lot of trouble with that one in the original.

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