Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy Becomes a Big Surprise

By   /   Jan 9, 2018
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Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy released on PS4, this included the first three titles that were developed by Naughty Dog on PlayStation.

Revision of this old classic proved to be very successful and Dan Tanguay, the director of the project, is already working on his next game according to his LinkedIn profile. Fans expect Crash Team Racing to be the next one in development. Let us hope their wish comes true but we can not say anything for until we hear something from the developer itself.

Crash’s success may also trigger the development of completely new installment in the series. But again, we can only speculate for the time being.

Vicarious Vision has done a great job bringing this game from the early days of PlayStation to the modern console. The graphics look great and everything you know is there and much better than before. The titles that are included in the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy are Crash Bandicoot, Cortex Strikes Back and Warped.

Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy adds new features like time trails, save system, pause menu and unified checkpoints. It also features remastered audio, cutscenes, new recordings, and dialogue. The series also allows the player to play as Coco Crash’s sister.

But one thing is for certain that this game is for the Nostalgic, as the modern gamers may not get it like we do, but it reminds us of the old and simpler times and shows us how far we have come.

Crash Bandicoot was originally created by Naughty Dog in 1996 for Sony Computer Entertainment it was exclusive to PlayStation. No one expected this title to be as successful as it is now, But we are happy that it received such appraisal.

Hopefully, in the future, more classics will be revised so that old-timers like us get to experience those again. This will spark a debate among players and we will get some nominations from the classics that players would like to see once again.

The expectations are ever growing. Only time will tell what happens but some classics are sure to come back.

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