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Dezzy

Diddy64 wrote:

Perhaps it's just me, but does anyone has trouble reaching the farther areas of the level Tree Tops (in the fourth world)? Any tips would be appreciated.

That area is infamous. Almost no-one figures that out without reading a guide.

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Diddy64

@Dezzy Glad to know that I aren't in the minority that didn't figure it out. Love the game and the humor/personality of the rescued dragons.

Undergoing games: Donkey Kong Country 2, Final Fantasy VII, Spyro The Dragon (Reignited Trilogy).

Bolt_Strike

Diddy64 wrote:

Perhaps it's just me, but does anyone has trouble reaching the farther areas of the level Tree Tops (in the fourth world)? Any tips would be appreciated.

I've 100%'d Spyro 1 before several times and it still took me about an hour to remember how to get that last dragon. That level is pure evil.

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SuperJoon

@Bolt_Strike Absolutely horrific level. The way you have to dive around the speed ramps is unreal. I lost around 15 lives trying to get both sections done :S

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link3710

Well, I got my game, now I just need internet so I can actually play past the first level... Hopefully tonight.

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Woomy_NNYes

@link3710
Nice!
You can start playing without the download. The first world of about 5 levels is playable. Don't blame you if you just want the download out of the way, though.

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link3710

@Woomy_NNYes Oh? That's far better, that should last me. I was under the impression it was literally just the first level that was playable which, knowing the original game, is basically nothing in terms of length.

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Bolt_Strike

SuperJoon wrote:

@Bolt_Strike Absolutely horrific level. The way you have to dive around the speed ramps is unreal. I lost around 15 lives trying to get both sections done :S

Honestly, I didn't have much problem falling off the level. I was having more trouble just figuring out the correct path to take to build up enough speed on the ramps (all over again, I've beat the level before in the original, but I just forgot how). Getting to the thief wasn't that hard, but the last dragon had me stumped for a while.

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Dezzy

I think I had to just look at a guide. It's too hard to figure out the correct way. Especially that last part, where the ramps aren't even lined up to indicate it.

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Bunkerneath

Loved that bit once I figured it out, true died many many times, once I jumped a little too early so smacked into the side of the island and was sooo close. It's a roller coaster ride of mayhem!!

Just 100% the first world on Spiro 2 and liking it so far.

Still HATE the flying levels

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Dezzy

I think Spyro 1 has the best levels but I love that Spyro 2 makes the hub worlds feel more continuous and purposeful. Makes it feel more like an adventure and less like a random arcade game.

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Buizel

I still reckon Spyro 1 is my favourite of the trilogy. Something about the level design and the pure focus on collecting really clicks with me.

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Dezzy

The level design is insanely good. I struggle to think of any bad levels in the entire game. If anything, it's the boss levels that are generally quite weak, because the bosses are terrible.

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Woomy_NNYes

I'm really impressed with the clever level design of Spyro 1. Was just in Tree Tops (had to youtube it to get to all locations). I would have never linked some of the ramps that were needed.

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Dezzy

I think Lofty Castle is probably my favourite level in the first game.

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link3710

So I'm not sure if it's just because I'm older, but did the levels in the original actually feel like there was any coherency to them? I'm playing through the first world and seeing actual thematic coherency I don't remember at all. Though maybe it was just it being harder to interpret what they were going for in the worlds originally.

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Bolt_Strike

Wow, the harder version of the crystal popcorn minigame in Magma Cone is ridiculous in this version. Hunter is just so superhumanly fast that it's nearly impossible to win. Someone at Toys for Bob really hates us.

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aresius

@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

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Dezzy

@link3710

Are you saying there IS thematic consistency that you hadn't noticed. Or there ISNT but you expected it?

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