Excerpt: Crash of the Titans is the newest addition to the Crash Bandicoot series. Crash has been around for over ten years now with countless games available for just about every system out there. Honestly, the graphics in Crash haven't changed that much in the last ten years, but would you really want them to? Yes, they have gotten better. You don't feel like you're watching a PSone game.
Excerpt: Crash Bandicoot has been a long running franchise, originating as an exclusive series for only the PlayStation. Crash briefly became Sony's mascot, up until his retirement after Crash Team Racing - Naughty Dog's final Crash game. After being handed back to Universal, Crash's rightful owner, the series went multiplatform.
Conclusion: Radical has created a reasonably fun experience here that's frothy, intermittently funny, and a breeze to play. The big underlying problem with Crash of the Titans is that you could swap Crash out for any number of other cartoony platforming heroes and not really know the difference. Without much of a distinct style to call its own, it's hard to get too excited.
Pros: Monster-jacking adds some unique flavor to an otherwise vanilla platformer, Solid voice acting.
Cons: Lacks a real distinct personality, Monster-jacking gets old after a while.
Excerpt: Although the latter instalments never truly lived up to the greatness of the original smash hit, Crash of the Titans is easily the best game in the series for years, and well worth a look. Read on to find out why.