So earlier today we got Dino Mines footage, Agent 9 gameplay and new screenshots of Fireworks Factory from the Spyro Reignited Trilogy. All thanks to Canadian Guy Eh, revealing these earlier today.
Now there are some noticeable differences between the original and Reignited versions. The first major change was the size of the T-Rex’s arms, which are way bigger than the original.
Another thing that I noticed was that Agent 9 now moves faster than the original. Also there is an increase in the amount of grass in this footage.
There were some complaint’s about the dragon egg hatching animations from the Cloud Spires and Sunny Villa gameplay’s from about a month or two ago. Toys For Bob fixed this by making them longer and adding a sound very similar to the original.
Now it appears that there will be maps for every game in the trilogy in addition to other abilities like the gem-finder and roll doing the same. If the maps will carry over to Spyro 1 is still unknown.
Now according to Canadian Guy Eh, the official Spyro Twitter account will having another reveal sometime soon. My guess, possibly Halloween with some Lost Fleet footage from Year of the Dragon.
Then there’s the new screenshots of Fireworks Factory that was also revealed by Canadian Guy Eh. In one of the new screenshots we get a better (and actually our first) look at the ninja rhynoc’s as they appear in the game.
There’s also been a confirmed listing for a Crash Bandicoot N-sane Trilogy & Spyro Reignited Trilogy over on Wal-Mart’s site. Originally being posted on a few other local store sites from Pennsylvania and other states.
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