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Elijah Wood and Gary Oldman Return to Provide Voice-Over Performances

READING (6th July, 2007) - Sierra Entertainment, a division of Vivendi Games, today announced The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night, the latest installment in the 17 million-unit-selling Spyro franchise and a continuation of the new The Legend of Spyro trilogy of games. The game is expected to release this autumn for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, Wii, Game Boy® Advance and Nintendo DS and mobile phones.

The legend continues in the second installment of The Legend of Spyro trilogy with the Ape King arriving at the Temple of Souls in an effort to usher in a new age of darkness. As Spyro, players must unlock the secrets behind a series of strange visions that he is having and find the power to defeat this terrifying new force.

"We're really excited to continue the re-emergence of one of video gaming's most popular characters through this ongoing trilogy," said Al Simone, senior vice president, Global Marketing for Sierra Entertainment . "The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night takes the action and excitement of The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning to the next level with new breath attacks, fury modes, and the introduction of the new 'Dragon Time' ability to deliver an exciting experience that Spyro fans and gamers of all ages will love."

Returning to provide voices for The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night are leading Hollywood actors Elijah Wood (Frodo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings trilogy) as Spyro and Gary Oldman (Sirius Black from the Harry Potter films) as Ignitus, the Fire Dragon Elder and Spyro's mentor.

The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night continues the strong action-infused gameplay focus established in The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning and takes it even further with exciting new powers, including:

Four new, upgradeable Breath Attacks (one for each element type), such as Ice Bomb, Electric Orb, Earth Vine, Enhanced Fire

Four new elemental melee moves, including Comet Dash, Artic Blast, Earth Pound, Electric Spin

Four new Fury attacks - Earth, Electricity, Ice, Fire

Monstrous new and explosive boss battles against the likes of Skabb the Pirate, Gaul the Ape King and more

Introducing "Dragon Time"

The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night will also expand Spyro's combat arsenal by adding "Dragon Time," a new advanced move that allows Spyro to bend time to his will. Players will be able to engage Dragon Time to dodge attacks, out-maneuver enemies or solve tricky time-based environmental puzzles.

Developed by critically-acclaimed developers Krome Studios (PlayStation 2 and Wii) and Amaze Entertainment (Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance), The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night is scheduled to be released in autumn 2007. Vivendi Games Mobile is also making The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night available for mobile phones throughout Europe and North America. For more information, please visit the game's official website at

About Krome Studios

Krome Studios is one of the leading independent developers in the world and the largest game development studio in Australia with more than 190 employees. Founded in 1999, the studio is best known for developing The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning, and the TY the Tasmanian Tiger series, which has sold two million units worldwide and is the best-selling Australian game of all time. Krome Studios has shipped more than a dozen titles, including the TY the Tasmanian Tiger series, King Arthur, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Jet Fusion, Sunny Garcia Surfing, Extremely Goofy Skateboarding, Barbie Beach Vacation and Championship Surfer to name a few. The official homepage of Krome Studios is

About Amaze Entertainment

Amaze Entertainment (, one of the largest independent developers in the world, is behind many of the best known and best selling handheld game titles. Partnering with the A-list of publishers, Amaze focuses on Nintendo DS and Game Boy® Advance, the PSP (PlayStation®Portable) system, and console titles, many of which are household names, including The Sims, X-Men, and Harry Potter.

About Sierra Entertainment

Sierra Entertainment (, a division of Vivendi Games, creates and publishes innovative, high-quality interactive entertainment for personal computers, videogame systems and handheld gaming devices. Sierra features a strong portfolio of titles based on original IP and popular licenses from industry-leading content partners. Sierra has four integrated internal studios providing top-notch creative talents, development capabilities across multiple genres and a global perspective: High Moon Studios in San Diego, CA; Massive Entertainment in Malmo, Sweden; Radical Entertainment in Vancouver, B.C.; and Swordfish Studios in Birmingham and Manchester, England.

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