Summary: Crash Bandicoot is a series that started out with a simple, but fun formula that lasted 11 years. But unfortunately, most of the games after Crash Team Racing were underappreciated and disliked for no real reasons. So Sierra knew they had to revolutionize the game and hired Radical to do it: The makers of Hulk (2003) and The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction. And surprisingly, they made it better in most areas than other games from the franchise.
Summary: The product was a 100% my son enjoys this a little too much I have to remind him to take a break once and a while. He usually talks me into playing with him of course I have to act like I have other things to do, but heck, they can wait, so now I have to set an example and make myself take a break it's hard to lay it down it is a lot of fun!
Summary: This game is very fun,it has outstanding graphics that makes crash look like he's in a movie,this crash is different from all the other Crash series,If you're a great Crash fan this game is the one for you.
Summary: I was a fan of Crash from the start his first three Naughty Dog titles were great then things began to get bad after Crash was bought out it seemed as though Vivendi Universal thought that they could live on the popularity of Crash and Spyro and that alone. Then they tried gimmicks "lets liven up these old characters, it can't be our games the characters must be wrong." They came up with Twinsanity a relatively good game but it just didn't have...
Summary: I've always loved the Crash Bandicoot games, and this was no exception. It was a pleasant departure from it's former incarnations, that could get extremely frustrating, not once did anyone throw the controller across the living room! The gameplay was smooth, the different levels were entertaning, and jacking the Titans was fun. My only complaint was that it is a little on the short side, but I liked it well enough to buy both the ps2 and psp version!