Published on April 3rd, 2017 | by Dad0
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy
I can’t wait to introduce our children to my favourite marsupial Crash Bandicoot on June 30th when he spins his way onto PlayStation 4. I think the last time I ever played a Crash game I was in my teens and trying to help my little sister through some of the levels that she was stuck on. I, like others of my age, have fond memories of the then ground breaking platform game and the fun to be had (and the agony of the miss-timed jumps!).
Although some people do not appreciate remastered games and feel that developers should only focus on new material, there are some real gems that children of today should be introduced to, and you have more chance of doing that by making the game available on a current-gen gaming console. I just hope that the nostalgia and excitement that this release is creating is lived up to.
The N.Sane Trilogy will include Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped. Activision have released that “the N. Sane Trilogy has been lovingly built from the ground-up using the latest technology, brand-new audio recordings from the original cast and freshly-made assets to deliver the series’ classic gameplay to a whole new generation.” Expectations are high for an awesome remaster!
Come June 30th it will be time to face off once more against the evil Dr Neo Cortex in the first adventure and foil his nefarious plans to build an army of genetically-engineered minions, ice-skate and jet pack your way through bigger, free-roaming levels in the sequel before bouncing your way through time and space in the series world-hopping finale, Warped.
Pre-order prices are around £25.99 (Amazon Deal).
Are you excited by the release?
Will they bring out Crash Team Racing?