Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
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Crash Bandicoot returns in a remake of his first three original games. It comes with tight controls, a graphical update and various small improvements to make it a worthy package
Overall, Crash N. Sane Trilogy delivers everything what I expected as a remastered title. It was simple and nostalgic. Even without the original developers, Activision and Vicarious Visions pulled this off by bringing back what made the series great and legendary. This may not be for everyone especially for newcomers, but this is still a hell lot of fun. I’m still hoping for a Crash Team Racing or Crash Bash remastered version though. A DLC maybe? Who knows? So far, this is the best game that was fully remastered, and I’m hoping for more.
An excellent collection of three classic games recommended to everyone who has a PS4.
"If you own a PS4, I don’t care if you played the originals or not, now is the time to invest in Crash Bandicoot."
Making the exact same game with brand new graphics is something no one did like this before. The game is a good idea to re-live the game as you remember, and it sets the debate if the gameplay should be adapted as well or not.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Wow, just wow! From the moment that family friendly Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy was delivered through my door last Friday we as a household have been hooked. As soon as the familiar voice-over begins on the intro screen it is as if I have been transported back to when I was 16 years old when the original first edition came out on the the Playstation 1
The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy offers a well made remaster of three classic ps one titles (if you can live with missing extra content and some long loading screens). Newcomers and Oldschool Crash Fans alike will be brought to their limits and get a great graphical update besides the rewards the trilogy already had to offer.
Review in German | Read full review
Crash Bandicoot N’Sane Trilogy is great if you enjoy a challenge and have lots of patience and tenacity. But it’s not without its many flaws and annoyances. Nevertheless, this game would make a great addition to any retro gaming aficionado’s collection.
The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is a fantastic re-introduction to PlayStation's forgotten mascot.
It’s a pivotal experience all gamers should have (as well as a justifiable reason to join an anger management group) and I highly recommend it to everyone.