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 Written by John Scalzo  on July 06, 2007

News: The Legend of Spyro continues this fall.



Vivendi Games and Sierra Entertainment have announced that the second part of the Spyro "origin trilogy," The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night, will be coming to the Wii, PS2, DS and GBA this fall.

The Eternal Night will bring back Elijah Wood (as Spyro) and Gary Oldman (as Ignitus, Spyro's mentor) and introduce a bevy of new powers for the friendliest dragon in the world:

  • Four new, upgradeable Breath Attacks (one for each element type), such as Ice Bomb, Electric Orb, Earth Vine, Enhanced Fire
  • Four new elemental melee moves, including Comet Dash, Artic Blast, Earth Pound, Electric Spin
  • Four new Fury attacks ? Earth, electricity, Ice, Fire
  • Monstrous new and explosive boss battles against the likes of Skabb the Pirate, Gaul the Ape King and more
  • Dragon Time - The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night will also expand Spyro's combat arsenal by adding ?Dragon Time,? a new advanced move that allows Spyro to bend time to his will. Players will be able to engage Dragon Time to dodge attacks, out-maneuver enemies or solve tricky time-based environmental puzzles.

    That's right, it's not bullet time, it's "Dragon Time." The world trembles.

    ?We're really excited to continue the re-emergence of one of video gaming's most popular characters through this ongoing trilogy,? said Al Simone, senior vice president, Global Marketing for Sierra Entertainment . ?The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night takes the action and excitement of The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning to the next level with new breath attacks, fury modes, and the introduction of the new ?Dragon Time' ability to deliver an exciting experience that Spyro fans and gamers of all ages will love.?

    The Wii and PS2 versions of the game will be developed by Krome Studios, while the DS and GBA renditions will be handled by Amaze Entertainment.

    We'll have more on The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night soon.



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