Summary: When i first started playing, i couldn't believe what i was seeing. They completely changed the game, the graphics, storyline, voices (except Cortex). I didn't like how they made Crash make noises like a child. I also didn't like Crash's sister's voice along with her "comedy". Don't know why Crunch is randomly in here, and his voice doesn't suit his character like it did in previous games.
Summary: Definitely different from the past Crash installments, but a fun game nonetheless! The co-op makes it much more enjoyable, but it's fun even without that. You go from episode to episode of varying levels and settings, with new minions to fight and different titans to "jack" and ride. Heck, the titans are probably what make the game as good as it is.
Summary: it was pretty fun to play but that really is it. it doesnt challenge you at all and the graphics look like it is paper but altogether, it is quite enjoyable. it is a game that took me very little to complete and was altogether average, but the fact that it had some humor and it was altogether fun gives it a 6.
Summary: It's very easy to criticise a game if it's not what you've come to expect. I can understand that nostalgia can easy affect your opinion on a game, but for a moment pretend you've never played early crash games. Pretend you've never played a platformer before. Pick up Crash Of The Titans and what do you get? A colourful, wonderful platformer filled with fun, addictive and occasionally challenging sequences.
Excerpt: "== Crash Bandicoot == Crash Bandicoot - one of the original platform games that hit the shelves shortly after the release of the playstation one and since it's release of the ginger Crash Bandicoot - people are still not bored with the series and people often refer to this game as being legendary and a fair few of my friends are fond of this because of childhood memories when they played this game on the Playstation one console. Orginally created ...