Crash is Back, Alright!
He’s the iconic marsupial that is synonymous with PlayStation (even though he’s actually owned by Activision) and now he’s back to make his first appearance on the PlayStation 4! Of all the games released or releasing in 2017 this is the one that I have been most looking forward to!
As a smelly pubescent 13 year old in Australia back in 1996 I was a Crash fanboy through and through. I’d die numerous times and nearly break the missed box counter with the amount of boxes I’d miss on a level but that didn’t stop me from thinking I was the man when playing Crash.
The first 3 Crash games were fantastic so it’s no surprise that when it was revealed that Crash was being remastered these 3 games were the ones choosen to receive the fresh coat of paint and bring Crash to a whole new generation of gamers on the PlayStation 4.
Today Crash is unleashed upon the world once more with the release of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on PlayStation 4. Crash has been fully remastered so you can play Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped in their Full HD glory!
If you’ve never played Crash Bandicoot then the only excuse I’ll allow is that you are too young to have had the chance to experience the legend that is Crash. For everyone else give yourself a swift uppercut then go buy yourself a copy of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy because you need to experience what all the fuss is about.
We are unashamed Crash lovers and I’ll tell you what the first thing I’ll be doing tomorrow morning is… Going to buy a copy because this is one game that I just have to play so I can get all nostalgic and reminisce about that arrogant, self assured, highly opinionated, pimple faced teen that I once was (thankfully the pimples have gone now).
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is available now on PlayStation 4 and you should be able to pick it up between $85 and $90 in New Zealand.