Crash Bandicoot For PC Archives
Get Pumped! Crash Bandicoot is Jumpin’ and Wumpin’ to New Platforms!
The number one selling remastered collection in PlayStation 4 history is heading to new platforms! Activision is excited to announce that beginning on July 10, players will be able to experience all that the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has to offer on the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.
This marks the debut of everyone’s favorite marsupial on the PC, and it has been a decade since he has appeared on a Nintendo or Xbox console! So welcome back, Crash. You’re about to get a lot more UMPH in your WUMP!
Players on these additional platforms can experience the features that made the collection a success on the PS4, including:
- Remastered versions of Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.
- Dazzling “N. Hanced Fur-K” graphics
- New lighting, animations, textures, models, and cinematics
- New recorded dialogue from original voice actors
- The ability to play as Coco, Crash’s smart and sassy little sister
- Full analog stick support
- A unified save and checkpoint system
- And more!
You can preorder the game on the new platforms starting today, so put some spring in your step and make room for more Crash in your life. Because Orange is back all over again!
For more information about the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, Crash Bandicoot on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and bookmark the Crash Bandicoot website.
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In what is probably not a surprise, considering the trend of games making their way to mobile platforms, the next franchise on the list may have been leaked and its none other than Crash Bandicoot!
CRASH BANDICOOT MOBILE GAME REVEALED
investigation by myself and @Motwera
This game can be signed up for NOW it seems.
The way the link was found was by searching the name on FB after previously being a fan of the FB page tied to the Brazilian ads.https://t.co/98Qq3jkJCZpic.twitter.com/AE6bPek4rq
— JumpButton (@jumpbuttoncb) February 7, 2020
Fans may have been wanting a sequel but a mobile game was part of the conclusion that Twitter users JumpButton and Motwera got from a possible leak from an upcoming Facebook ad.
Candy Crush creators “King”, Activision’s mobile studio, is very much capable of translating our favorite furry friend and we’re possibly seeing an endless runner as the base design, fitting well into what Crash Bandicoot really is apart from a platformer game.
According to DualShockers, the mobile game will feature an original story starring Crash and Coco taking on Dr. Neo Cortex on Wumpa Island. There is also a building aspect to the game that will include “unlocking buildings that will supply you with an arsenal of weapons, growing and harvesting crops to produce powerful serums, collecting blaze pods from Wumpa’s volcano, and repairing a rocket to fly to a space station.”
No official news yet from Activision or King but this leak doesn’t sound too far off from reality so we’re keeping our hopes up that this comes into fruition sooner rather than later.
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I got this mail and wondered where to put it in the site. We get mails like this all the time and normally don't even cover them. But it so happened that I have been spending all my games playing time over the last while replaying old games that I loved, from the original Command and Conquer to Sensible Soccer. I am stuck in Command and Conquer for ages, and cannot finish a level no matter what I do. Low and behold this iste lands in my mailbox, and I blew up that pesky church at about 2 am this morning!
I had a look around the site, and thought of games that I had played since Doom through Lemmings, to Counter Strike and the games of today. Every game I thought of is there. If there are no cheats for the game it tells you common sense tactics, or even has save game files for you to download so you can play the game from midgame. Simple fact is this, which is on the top of their site, "10982 files for 3811 PC games". Admit it or not, we all cheat now and again, and therefore we all should bookmark this site, which is the best of its kind I have seen in some time.
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