WhatCulture Gaming recently released a video entitled "Vicarious Visions Admit They Botched The Crash N.Sane Trilogy". Let's talk about that.
The mid-size video game developer is, sadly, a dying species. Since studio cuts and the growing sophistication of AAA titles, this sector of the industry has seen a significant decline in recent years. We're missing out on original development with a AAA tinge, and that's a disaster Ninja Theory won't let happen.
While we were all focusing on our calendars awaiting Horizon Zero Dawn's upcoming DLC The Frozen Wilds, the folks over at Guerrilla have been sneakily working on a patch update to see us all through until payday.
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.
With so much choice, where do you focus your attention and decide what to play on PS4 over the next few months? We got 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.
Emergent storytelling seems to be at the heart of Monolith's latest instalment in the successful Middle Earth franchise. Check out how the updates to the Nemesis combat system have afforded a considerable growth in organic experience this time around.