Reviews and Problems with Crash Bandicoot: Mind Over Mutant
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A lackluster portable finale
Ryan Sil. (Gamer & PC/Android indie dev), Amazon
20 December 2014
Summary: Crash Bandicoot has had a hard time finding a way to stay relevant ever since the rights to the franchise got picked up by yet another publisher. This time, Sierra has been releasing games for the series since Crash Tag Team Racing. After that, though, came Crash of the Titans, which effectively redesigned various things of the franchise, including Crash's own character design. I'm just going to say it right now: I absolutely despise these changeups.
Conclusion: The only thing entertaining about this game, is the mini games section, but even that isn't brilliant with only 3 games to choose from that aren't particularly challenging. The 'adventure' section, ie the main game, is very boring, the levels look the same, and they play the same, jump a few times, grab a few 'mojo' balls, fight little creatures and ride a mutant. Enter new level and repeat.