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2:36 PM - Tuesday the 21st of August, 2007 - by dark52
Gametrailers, have a few new videos for The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night. One is a trailer, the second more of a gameplay montage, a third just straight gameplay and the fourth an interview with Chris Wilson, Creative Director of the game. Sparx, with his new voice by Billy West, appears in the trailer and third video for those curious as to what he's going to sound like.

IGN have also posted a pair of gameplay videos for the Wii version of The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night showing Spyro jumping around what appears to be this game's training area.

GameSpot too have a host of new videos, three for the Wii, and three for the PS2. They've also got some new screenshots for the Wii, PS2, DS and GBA versions.

Thanks go to Lil-Cynder for finding the IGN videos and spyrotrailers in the comments below for the Gametrailers links.
4:04 PM - Wednesday the 11th of July, 2007 - by dark52
GameSpot now have the first official gameplay video of The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night available on their website. It shows off the new moves in the game, including the brand new 'Dragon Time'.

As well as that they've got some brand new screenshots there for the Wii, PS2, DS and GBA versions.

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You can also find a couple of GBA videos here on the Gallery page.
11:53 PM - Friday the 22nd of June, 2007 - by dark52
The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night sees its official website launch at the usual address,

There are plenty of new screenshots to see and a short piece about the story.

As the Night of Eternal Darkness approaches, Spyro is haunted by recurring visions of impending evil. He must master powerful new abilities on an epic quest to find the Well of Souls and prevent Gaul, the Ape King, from resurrecting the Dark Master.

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The website also confirms that Elijah Wood, Gary Oldman and Billy West will be providing their voices for the game.
8:27 AM - Thursday the 21st of June, 2007 - by dark52
As you would pretty much expect, Vivendi Games Mobile have now announced that they will be releasing a mobile phone version of The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night.

A sequel to the award-winning The Legend of Spyro: The New Beginning mobile game, this time around Spyro has eight enemy bosses to overcome across 13 levels of intense action. Spyro’s ultimate objective is to prevent the resurrection of the Dark Master; a task to which he rises with typical dragon valor.

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Due to be released on the 12th of November, you can also see a couple of screenshots which you can find in the new Gallery for the game.

It's also worth noting that this is the first time that The Eternal Night has been mentioned in an English language Press Release by Vivendi.
6:09 PM - Friday the 8th of June, 2007 - by dark52
WorthPlaying brings the first 23 images of The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night and confirmation of it being on the PlayStation 2, Wii, DS and GBA and that it is going to be released towards the end of this year. The game is being developed by the same companies as before, Krome Studios and Amaze Entertainment.

They also mention that Elijah Wood and Gary Oldman are back as Spyro and Ignitus, though there's no mention of David Spade. This is apparently the second of a trilogy of Legend of Spyro games.

Thanks go to Michael for finding the article.
A GameBoy Advance game called The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night has recently appeared on the ESRB's website with a rating of E - Mild Cartoon Violence.

This is the latest development in the rumours of the next Spyro game which started back in February by way of a post on Codename Revolution which mentioned a new Spyro game for the Wii. It was followed a month later with a name; Spyro: The Eternal Night.

Yet another month later and a GBA game of the same name appeared on, the German software rating organisation's website with a rating which means that it is restricted for those below the age of 6.

Current rumours suggest an October 2007 release date and for the game to appear on the Wii, PS2, PSP, DS and GBA.
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