Activision is planning to show off Skylanders Spyro's Adventure at E3 next week but until then, they've released a few new trailers to promote the game. Each trailer focuses on the three heroes you'll be playing as that come packaged with Skylanders. Each hero comes in an actual toy form and you need the toys in order to play the game.
We'll have a preview of Spyro's latest adventure going up next week. Two more trailers await you below.
Spyro “All Fired Up” Element: Magic Primary Attack: Fire Breath Secondary Attack: Horn Charge Background: Spyro hails from a rare line of magical purple dragons that come from a faraway land few have ever traveled. He has been on many exciting adventures, and has a remarkable knowledge of the different lands he protects. A strong-willed dragon who is young at heart, Spyro is fearless and brave. A true hero dedicated to defending his world from all things evil.
Gill Grunt “Fear The Fish” Element: Water Primary Attack: Harpoon Gun Secondary Attack: Water Cannon Background: For many years Gill Grunt peacefully lived deep in the oceans until a nasty band of pirates kidnapped his Mermaid girlfriend. He then took to land and sea to search for her, eventually joining the Skylanders to help defend the world from every kind of foe… but especially pirates. Gill Grunt is one fish that never lets evil off the hook.
Trigger Happy “No Gold, No Glory” Element: Tech Primary Attack: Gold Coin Shooters Secondary Attack: Safe Cracker Bomb Background: Trigger Happy is more than his name, it’s his solution to every problem. Nobody knows from where he came. He just showed up one day blasting gold coins everywhere with his custom-crafted shooters. Now everyone throughout the lands knows of this crazy goldslinger that will take down any bad guy… usually without bothering to aim.
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