I won't dive straight away into the game's problems. We'll start with the cosmetic stuff first, which isn't a real problem. While nothing's horribly wrong with the graphics in Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly, there's nothing really special about them either; it's all pretty mundane. All the models and environments are crisp, clean, colorful, and attractive. Unfortunately they were all also pretty boring. There were no really impressive special effects and most of the texturing seemed pretty ho-hum. It looks like something out of a first generation title, something akin to Dark Cloud.
While the graphics certainly aren't going to win Enter the Dragonfly any awards, it's sound is probably it's strongest point. The voice acting isn't horrible, but it's not top-notch either. The sound effects are interesting if a bit limited, and the music, well, the music is excellent. It's not something that will win a Grammy, but it's still well above par. The serene melody while you glide in the tranquil skies above the dragon dojo, or the catchy rhythms while you race bandits above pyramids of the thieves den, its all gravy.