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Spyro the Dragon 2 – Metal Shark

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Media: video game: “Spyro 2” by Insonmiac Games
Platform:  Playstation, Playstation Network

In Aquaria Towers, the seventh listed stage of the game, Moneybags warns you of metal sharks and pitches his shark-proof shark submarine for 100 gems. Declining his offer gives you the option of swimming through the metal sharks’ cavern which will quickly send a shark your way to chomp down Spyro causing him to immediately lose a life.

At the end of the game, once all 16 of the skill points have been achieved, you are treated to an ‘epilogue’ – still images that feature many of the different characters of the game and what supposedly happens to them after the ending. One of them features Hunter himself about to be chomped by a metal shark.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 May 30 at 00:00

Spyro the Dragon 2 – Idol

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Media: video game: “Spyro 2” by Insonmiac Games
Platform:  Playstation, Playstation Network

In Idol Springs, the third listed stage of the game (assuming the swimming ability has been purchased from Moneybags for 500 gems in Summer Forest) swimming through an underwater passage at the beginning of the level will lead you to Foreman Bud, who requests your help in three activities. In the second activity, you are tasked with feeding a giant idol a total of 10 fish. Blue and yellow fish add one to the counter, whereas feeding it a red fish will cause it to regurgitate a number of fish it had already eaten. (Chalked up to a sensitive stomach, supposedly.)

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 May 23 at 00:00

Spyro the Dragon 2 – Sparx

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Media: video game: “Spyro 2” by Insonmiac Games
Platform:  Playstation, Playstation Network

Spyro’s companion, Sparx the Dragonfly serves a number of purposes. Among being able to locate and collect gems, Sparx also acts as Spyro’s health meter in this game. Depending on how much health Spyro has remaining, Sparx may be gold in colour, blue, green or simply absent. In order to restore some health, Sparx must eat butterflies either contained in jars or from defeating an enemy.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 May 16 at 00:00

Odin Sphere – Leventhan

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Media: video game: “Odin Sphere” by Vanillaware
Platform: Playstation 2

The following is particularly spoiler heavy.

Leventhan (the Last Dragon) is the fifth of the five final bosses of the game. Though only a specific character must fight him to get the good ending, any of them can be selected. Whilst climbing up his staggeringly long body, his head will sometimes approach the player and either shoot a mouth-beam, or engulf the character for heavy continual damage implying that they are being chewed, before letting the character drop out the side of his mouth. Similarly to Belial, even if the character’s HP drops to 0 as a result of the attack, they will still be spit out.

The possible characters to use include:

  • Gwendolyn (a Valkyrie)
  • Cornelius (a Pooka – a stylised anthropomorphic rabbit)
  • Mercedes (a Faerie/Fairy)
  • Oswald (a human)
  • Velvet (a human)

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 May 9 at 00:00

Odin Sphere – Gallon

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Media: video game: “Odin Sphere” by Vanillaware
Platform: Playstation 2

The following is particularly spoiler heavy.

Gallon is the second of the five final bosses in Odin Sphere. Any character can be selected to fight him, but if Cornelius is chosen (despite resulting in the bad ending), this will trigger unique dialogue before and after the battle, though Gallon is not seen to devour anyone on-screen.

Before fighting Gallon, Cornelius speaks with him, who mentions – perhaps in too much detail – having devoured King Edmund.

After fighting him, Cornelius is seen kneeling on the ground, resigned, as Gallon describes how he would subject Cornelius to the same fate, though before he lunges at him, the screen fades to black.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 May 2 at 00:00