WhatCulture Gaming recently released a video entitled “Vicarious Visions Admit They Botched The Crash N.Sane Trilogy”. Let’s talk about that.
What is wumpa fruit? What happened to Crash’s initial love interest Tawna? What’s that thing in N.Gin’s head? Despite maintaining two decades of Crash Bandicoot love, these are just some of the questions many of us have lingering in the back of our minds as we crank up Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy. Well wonder no more, wumpa seekers because the answers are before you.
Crash Bandicoot was a franchise built on platform falling, boulder crushing, and nitro zapping. Underneath all this, however, was one DDA game structure that stopped us switching the console off, and it’s coming back for the remaster.
Today, Activision confirmed that their Crash Bandicoot remaster is heading to consoles June 30th. The collection presents the first three titles in the acclaimed Crash Bandicoot series, sprucing them up with updated, PS4-Pro ready graphics, which Vicarious Visions have rebuilt from the original blueprints. You can also expect to see an updated and optional manual saving and checkpointing system… Continue Reading →
One of PlayStation Experience’s most talked about reveals was the new trailers and information for Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy. Fans were already excited about Crash’s cameo in Uncharted 4, so imagine the reaction when our furry buddy stepped onto the screen on Saturday. Much anticipated, and awaited by millions of old school PlayStation fans across the world, Crash… Continue Reading →
Last year, David Siller uploaded this video to YouTube. Siller was a producer on the original Crash Bandicoot title, and the video contains the 2D traditional Saturday-morning-cartoon cutscenes intended to book end the first game. Siller posted the footage in July 2015, and for even some of those working on the original title it was the first… Continue Reading →
The fans have been baying for a new Crash Bandicoot title since the dawn of the PS4. Naughty Dog have been cruel in their teasing and lack of deliverance, however there’s a somewhat sarcastic nod to these requests in the form of an Uncharted 4 scene. Not so much an easter egg, more a really cool piece of gameplay,… Continue Reading →
It’s the question on everyone’s minds at Nintendo pulls down its banners and starts heading home after E3 2018, is this it for 3DS? While Reggie has been adamant from Switch’s Day One that he will continue to support the 3DS throughout Switch’s lifetime, this year’s gaming expo certainly didn’t hold true to his promises. It might be time to start retiring the dual screen life we’ve all become accustomed to. That being said, there’s still plenty of life left in the pocket-sized console.
Sworn to secrecy over his creation, Nishikado remains the unsung hero of the Golden Age of video games. I came across his original sketches for the alien enemies of Space Invaders and decided to share today.