"That's it for me, folks!" Says Crash Bandicoot, once-great platform legend.
John Roberts, Amazon
10 September 2012
Summary: Just when you thought after the official Crash Bandicoot trilogy was over and this character could be at rest, along came Wrath of Cortex. Trying to pay homage to the previous games, it wasn't all bad. Then came the GBA games and Twinsanity.
Summary: I was a massive fan of the crash games when I was little - I had every game. Up until this one came out. Crash has lost his touch. This game is like every other - with basic moves like punch and kick. Each level is basically the same. It gets very boring after a while.
Excerpt: Christmas 1995, My dad had bought me and my brother the original playstation and as we loaded it up and sony's lovable bandicoot mascot bounded onto the screen to jungle rhythms, we both knew a great game series had been created.
Excerpt: I bought this game for £20 from Tesco after having played the original playstation version. I was very very dissapointed by this DS version. After only 2 hours of gameplay I had completed almost 70% of the game!