Tag Archives: spyro
Fri, Aug 19, 2011 | 22:16 BST
It’s time for a second round of shorts to get the weekend started. Some of you have already started the weekend. Just don’t pass out, or you could get pranked.
Thu, Dec 08, 2011 | 04:30 GMT
Time for some more shorts to get you ready for Friday. Just think: when you wake up tomorrow, your work week will be almost over. Isn’t that grand?
Fri, Aug 01, 2008 | 07:28 BST
According to this GoNintendo piece, Acitvision said in its Q1 earnings call last night that Spyro and Crash are “ripe for innovation.”
The comments come in the wake of an announcement earlier this week that Crash and Spyro would be two of the few Vivendi franchises to make the transition to the newly formed Activision Blizzard.
That’s it. The call itself looks rubbish. There really isn’t a lot to say about it at all. Announces stuff, Activision. It’s more fun that way.
Tue, Jul 29, 2008 | 12:18 BST
Sierra’s Crash, Ice Age, Spyro, Prototype survive ActiBlizz merger: Ghostbuster, Brutal Legend, WiC assumed whacked
Activision announced this morning that only five Vivendi IPs will make the transition into the newly formed Activision Blizzard, namely Crash Bandicoot, Ice Age, Spyro, Prototype and an as-yet unannounced property.
The publisher also confirmed is will “support” the existing VUG catalogue.
No mention was made in the release of Ghostbusters, Brutal Legend or World in Conflict, all of which are now assumed dead in the water.
“Four of the five properties that we are keeping will be wholly owned properties that further bolster our strong brand portfolio,” said Activision CEO Mike Griffith.
“We are very excited to add such recognizable and successful brands as Crash Bandicoot, Ice Age and Spyro, which reinforce our leadership position in movie-based and family entertainment video games.
“We have conducted a thorough review of Vivendi Games’ brand portfolio and are retaining those franchises and titles that are a strong fit with our long-term product strategy. We are reviewing our options regarding those titles that we will not be publishing.”
Press release after the link.
Tue, Apr 29, 2008 | 21:31 BST
According to this Variety piece, an animated movie of Spyro the Dragon’s in the works. Blimey.
Velvet Octopus has a five-pic deal with producer Ash Shah, which includes two more 3-D projects, both CGI animated — “Outback,” the story of a white koala bear, and “The Legend of Spyro,” a spin-off from the best-selling video game.
No further details. And that’s that.