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6.9 out of 10 based on 149 reviews

Crash Of The Titans

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  • User Score (119)
    8.4 8.4 from 119 reviewers
  • Expert Score (25)
    6.7 6.7 from 25 reviewers
  • Gameplay (7)
    5.7 5.7 from 7 reviewers
  • Graphics (14)
    6.4 6.4 from 14 reviewers
  • Sound (8)
    6.2 6.2 from 8 reviewers
  • Multiplayer (2)
    6.3 6.3 from 2 reviewers
  • Lifespan (2)
    3.7 3.7 from 2 reviewers
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Experts:
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7-8
(17)
5-6
(6)
3-4
(2)
1-2
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Users:
9-10
(55)
7-8
(43)
5-6
(12)
3-4
(4)
1-2
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  • WikiFreak Description

Crash of the Titans is a dull and lengthy game of moving forward by pressing buttons. However the game looks good, it takes place in the jungle featuring nature, and the game’s calibration screen is designed to use the full range of colours. Crash must rescue his sister Cocoa, while preventing the growth of the Mojo army, now led by Nina Cortex and Aka Aka. The game opens with the confrontation of Crash Bandicoot and Dr. Neo Cortex who appears in a giant airship and immediately captures Crash’s sister C…

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Crash of the Titans is a dull and lengthy game of moving forward by pressing buttons. However the game looks good, it takes place in the jungle featuring nature, and the game’s calibration screen is designed to use the full range of colours. Crash must rescue his sister Cocoa, while preventing the growth of the Mojo army, now led by Nina Cortex and Aka Aka. The game opens with the confrontation of Crash Bandicoot and Dr. Neo Cortex who appears in a giant airship and immediately captures Crash’s sister Coco and Aku Aku. Crash can now tackle, kick, pull off combos, wall shimmies, and even swing from one section to another via ropes and vines. To put it simply, Crash is a combination of Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden and Sonic the Hedgehog from the famed Sonic games. This game’s visuals are perfect for the Nintendo Wii. The PS2 version is ok, but doesn’t live up the excitement visually seen in games like Odin Sphere and even the Bee Movie. Regarding the Xbox 360 version it is not up to expectations. All the levels of the game are almost similar to the previous Crash games, though they are more refined and visually detailed. All character models are highly stylized, moving with fluid motions. The audio is perfect. The voices are full of creativity and humorous. The musical filters perfectly with the game with each environment having its own individual feel.

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