Crash Bandicoot

Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy review: N.Credibly N.Joyable N.Third Pun

Reviewed on: Playstation 4. Copy supplied by publisher. Goddamn, nostalgia is a hell of thing, isn’t it? I was a gigantic fan of Crash Bandicoot when I was a child, having smashed through the original trilogy, along with Crash Team Racing and Crash Bash, on my old PS1. As a hardcore Playstation fan back in the day, Crash and his cohort of sidekicks and villains were essentially my Mario, Lui...[Read More]

See a man in a Crash suit try to be a fair dinkum, true blue Aussie bloke

So, the Crash Bandicoot: N.Sane Trilogy is out now. Some people, like yours truly, are having a blast with it. Others, like my co-editor Charlie, are struggling to love it thanks to its dated feel. I don’t know why people playing a remaster of a 20-year-old game that prides itself on maintaining the original’s feel expected it to play like anything other than a 20-year-old game, but I ...[Read More]

Here’s some Crash Bandicoot: N Sane Trilogy gameplay, and COME ON HOOK IT MY VEINS ALREADY

The remaster of the original Crash Bandicoot trilogy, dubbed Crash Bandicoot: N Sane Trilogy, arrives on PS4 in just under two months. You’re excited for it, because let’s be honest, who isn’t? Well just to make that wait a little more unbearable, a new gameplay video has been released on YouTube, showing off the “Sewer of Later” level from Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex S...[Read More]

Strewth! Crash Bandicoot N. Sane trilogy has a release date

G’day m9s, set your watches to Straya, because our favourite shirtless hero is bursting back onto the scene later this year. The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, which is a remastered collection of the first three Crash Bandicoot games, will receive a global release on the 30th of June for PS4. If you didn’t know they were making this remastered hunk of potential gold, you can rea...[Read More]

New trailer and details on Crash Bandicoot’s “remaster plus”

Every so often we get a remaster that’s actually worth paying attention to, and Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy might be one of them. After teasing us at the last E3, Activision and Vicarious Vision have let the Bandicoot out of the crate at today’s Playstation Experience: In a follow-up post on the Playstation Blog, Game Director Dan Tanguay writes that the games had to be rebuilt from scratch us...[Read More]

Latest Onion video argues Crash Bandicoot is a Vietnam War Vet battling PTSD

  We all know The Onion is satire and masquerades as real news, despite many real news events seeming to be like Onion articles, but boy do they make some compelling arguments about Crash Bandicoot in this new video. The latest in their “Progress” series, where they reinterpret video games to imply they’re progressive for portraying serious issues, looks at Crash as though h...[Read More]

The characters Smash Bros would be crazy NOT to include

-Stefan Bradley Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U has officially ended with the final DLC of Corrin and Bayonetta launching. To celebrate the end of new Smash Bros. characters as we know it, I just wanted to spit-ball some ideas for a additions to the next iteration’s roster. I know Street Fighter V is all the rage at the moment, but it doesn’t even include Blanka so maybe it could l...[Read More]

Crash Bandicoot cartoon uncovered; beware: it’s catchy

– Tom Heath Crash Bandicoot was my very first Playstation game way back when I was around six years old. That wacky children’s adventure full of science puns and very loose Australia references was the first Playstation game from Naughty Dog, who you may recall has gone on to create Playstation exclusives like the Uncharted franchise and The Last of Us. So yeah, pretty humble beginning...[Read More]

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