Spyro 2: Season of Flame is a platform game published by Universal Interactive Studios and developed by Digital Eclipse for the Game Boy Advance. It was released in 2002 in North America and in the PAL regions. Unlike the first Spyro game on the GBA, it was not released in Japan for an unknown reason.
Spyro 2: Season of Flame is the fifth installment in the Spyro video game series and is a sequel to Spyro: Season of Ice. The game's story centers on the abduction of the Dragon Realm's fireflies at the hands of the Rhynocs, causing the dragons to lose their ability to breathe fire. The protagonist of the story, Spyro the Dragon, must recover the fireflies and uncover the culprit behind the firefly theft. The game received generally favorable reviews from critics, many of whom considered the game to be superior to Spyro: Season of Ice, though the game was criticized for its "tricky" controls.
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8.6/10 IGN 8.5/10 Nintendo Power 2.8/5 Nintendo World Report 8/10 Spyro 2 Season of Flame received generally favorable reviews from critics ... saying that "the digital directional pad doesn’t allow for smooth diagonal movement, which Spyro does a lot in each world." Ben Kosmina of Nintendo World Report also found fault in the controls ... in the same style and shown from the same isometric perspective as Spyro Season of Ice ...
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