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on 8 August 2015
Fine
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on 16 December 2015
Very good
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on 15 November 2014
Works very well.
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on 16 November 2013
Added map feature made the game easier to navigate but didn't deter from the challenging game play. Will recommend this seller.
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on 18 May 2013
This game is brilliant! Although at first glance it looks almost identical to Season of Ice, this game has noted all the flaws from that game, and fixed them in this one. The controls are nice and tight, the difficulty has been evened out, and the game just feels more cartoony and user friendly, without seeming patronising or childish. The inclusion of 3 different save slots is welcome, and so is the new Map feature, which really helps find places you haven't been to yet, so can help with missing gems.

The storyline is basically as follows- Spyro has returned home from a recent vacation to find that the dragon realms are freezing cold, and to top it all off, his flame breath has been turned to ice. He must therefore travel the realms and bring back the fireflies which grant the dragons their flame.

The minigames in this game are really fun, and as well as playing as Spyro, you also get to play as Sheila the Kangaroo and Agent 9 from the PS1 game Year of the Dragon. This gives a welcome mix in the gameplay (though did they really have give Sheila a stereotypical Australian accent in this game?).

As you progress through the game, you will earn back your flame breath, as well as a few other new abilties. Completing the game also unlocks a couple of new minigames, which are actually pretty good, and a nice reward.

Overall, this game is a real gem, and anyone who found Season of Ice a bit too hard should definitely try this one.
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on 29 March 2003
After playing seasons of Ice, I didn't think they could do any better, but they have. The graphics are much better, theres more characters and the levels are much much better. I thought seasons of Ice was very difficult and I still haven't completed it, even though i got it last year. Seasons of Flame is so much easier and probably more suitable for younger children. The story goes that all of the dragons in the dragon realms have had their flame breath frozen so they can only breathe Ice. So Spyro has to find all the fireflies so they can breathe fire yet again. When it comes to choosing between the two, I would definitely go for seasons of flame. Its more entertaining and once you have completed it once you can start all over again!!!!
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on 27 October 2002
If you enjoyed Season of Ice, you'll love Season of Flame. Graphics are wonderful and sound is better than Season of ice. Also this time round Spyro has a few more friends to help him out. Although gameplay is similar to Season of Ice, there are a few surprises in store - but find out for yourself, I don't want to spoil your fun! Highly recommended - buy it!
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on 23 October 2003
A completely addictive game for both myself and my 7 year old son!
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