SPYRO 2: RIPTO'S RAGE! review for PlayStation - CGR Undertow
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Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage! - PlayStation

The open, gliding 3D platforming now vacations in the land of Avalar, where a sorcerer riding a dragon is breaking all the things. The only one who can stop him is… well, another dragon, funny enough.
  • Release date: 1999
  • Genre: Action
  • Developer: Insomniac Games
  • Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Rating: Everyone (E)
  • Players: 1-Player
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This game defined my childhood

they don't make games like this anymore.

This really was a good sequel. It added to what made the original good, and then amplified it tenfold. I remember how much fun the levels and characters were, and I grew to hate Moneybags (and then laughed at the end of Spyro 3 when I got even with him). Truly a must-own for the PS1 collector.

The first PS1 game I ever got. One of my favorite platformers that have dragons

downloaded this for my ps vita, my fave spyro game, its all here, gameplay, adventure, great music and awesome graphics.

Best Spyro game! Level design, music, story - all is gorgeous. Insomniac games, I'm proud of you!

My favorite Spyro game. I enjoyed the story in this one and the characters were funny at times.

the best Spyro game and one of the best games i have ever played. Still waiting a remastered versions of the original trilogy. That would be AWESOME! too bad it´s not for vectrex though.

Best Spyro game up to date. Skylanders will never be able to do what THIS did.


SPYRO 2: RIPTO'S RAGE! review for PlayStation
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