Some of the VA was good. Some of it was terrible. The Goron kid in particular, I thought, was ill-fitting. I liked the sound of Zelda's voice and there were plenty of lines that were well-delivered by her, but there were also some lines that were bad and sounded as though an amateur was voicing her. Anyway, I finished up my 100% run of Spyro the Dragon in the reifnited trilogy last night. I made the mistake I'd starting DQX around the same time I got Spyro and I ended up not playing a whole lot of Spyro until my free 20 days were up. I'm actually going into withdrawals for DQX right now but I don't want to subscribe for a month with Link's Awakening and DQXIS just around the corner. I finally understand all the "World of Warcrack" jokes now...this is the first time I've ever been addicted to an MMO. Anyway, back to Spyro. It's funny because that game is both easier than I remember and harder. I'm convinced that Hell is just a room where Satan hands you a controller and tells you to play the flying levels from Spyro 1 for all eternity. The rest of the game is super easy, especially the end fight against Gnasty Gnorc. But I think that's the game's charm. Its easily beatable for children which is probably why I loved the game so much as a kid. The soundtrack I find, while almost identical to Stewart Copeland's original score, is a little more subtle than the original tracks. I kinda perfer the original areangements though I admit it is often difficult to tell the two apart. The map option is nice as it's something that 3D platformers of the era didn't have that is pretty much a requirement in 3D worlds today. Even though I know the game worlds very well, playing them without a map just makes the game annoying and not necessarily more challenging. The language selection option is pretty cool too, as someome learning Polish. Though I wish it didn't restart the level every time you changed the language. Which reminds me, the load times in this game are ABYSMAL. Maybe it's just the Switch version but I have to have a magazine nearby when booting up this game.