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Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure - Starter Pack (PlayStation 3)

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Everyone 10+
ESRB Rating
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
5 point score based on user ratings.

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Overall MobyScore (1 vote) 5.0

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Yes, ultimately the content in the game is already on the disc and you have to pay money to unlock it, which sounds like BS. But even without the extras, Skylanders is a pretty substantial action game for kids (with a small cast). It's fun, it's challenging, the story is cute, and there is co-op. The potential to use these figures in future games, as well as the ability to trade them and use them cross platform makes this feel less like a gimmick and more like really cool tech.
Although Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure is aimed at a youthful market, it’s one the rare titles which transcends it target demographic. By complementing it’s collection of well-made figurines with a lively action game, Toys For Bob has managed to upstage Pokémon developer Game Freak, bringing its roster of creatures into the real-world. If the next Spyro doesn’t force players to rebuild their collection and polishes some of this game’s uneven edges, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a throng of thirty-something’s lining up on launch day.
Skylanders : Spyro's Adventures repose sur un concept novateur et surtout diablement accrocheur, à base de figurines bien réelles à faire évoluer au sein du jeu. On se doute que ce système risque bien d'émerveiller les enfants, et même les plus grands n'y resteront peut-être pas insensibles. De quoi atténuer l'impression de déjà-vu qui nous saisira parfois en parcourant le jeu, non dénué d'un certain classicisme.