Summary: My 8 yo beat this on easy level in about 9 hours. He's not really interested in going back for 100% completion. The game play is really easy so he didn't get frustrated like in Force unleashed, but man, lesss than 24 hours? I was disappointed.
Summary: The game is a blast, but it just isn't Crash. You might as well be playing Ty, Jak and Daxter, Scaler, etc. But most of all, it really reminds me of "Sponge Bob: Battle for Bikini Bottom". It's as if the game was written and developed without reguard to who the title character would be. The only things that are distinctively Crash, like crates and wumpa fruit are just thrown in at random. Any character could have played the title role.
Alright game, but. doesn't feel like a Crash game.
Final say in METAL "Wii Enthusiast/Metal expert", Amazon
24 November 2007
Summary: Wow, what happened to this franchise? This game is allright, but in no way is it as good as any of it predacessors. A Crash game is just not a Crash game without the trademark spin, collecting Wompa fruit, knocking head/bouncing into wooden boxes to get said wompa fruit/free guy/Aku Aku powerup/etc. Why did the villians have to get annoying dialogue when in battle with Crash? What happened to Crash's trademark "Woh!"?
Summary: i bought this product, probably like many, as a fan of the old games on playstation, but the wii game was not as good as i thought it would be. no use of wii movements really, just pressing the buttons and not very active, although that was sort of expected on the plus side, the product was delivered on time although there was no manual - not a big deal though
Conclusion: I bought this at about 15 pounds and I'd say it's just about worth it at that price. Please don't expect any Naughty Dog type shenanigans, but Sierra have tried to keep the spirit intact, so hats off to them. The cutscenes are a great laugh, and the ability to play two player co-op is refreshing (me and my other half had a ball playing off one another). The enemies are funny and you can even earn skins which dress Crash up as the relevant nemesis and allow free jacking.
Mr. C. D. Welham "FF, RPG games and book lover", amazon.co.uk
11 October 2009
Summary: I had some trouble reviewing this one. Firstly, i love almost all the crash bandicoot games and i am a fan of the crash series. On the other hand, this game, i loved, but i was disapointed at it at the same time. I'll tell you the good bits first shall i? This game is great fun, no denying that, and the graphics are pretty good for the wii. Also, the gameplay is fun, addictive, but can get a little repetitive over time.
Summary: Crash of the titans, mmm..... intersting good in areas but not so good in areas. Its nice to see Crash not pushing buttons in 5 worlds, with a boss at each end of each world. Nice to see him doing something different, its quite good. Doing epossides. The monsters thing is ok not a brilliant idea but its good to see something new with crash. In all the funniset thing about this game is the short videos in the game.
Excerpt: "...for Wii**** I have always loved crash bandicoot games from the original on the playstation 1 and as such i have bought pretty much every one that has come out...When i saw this i had to get it but would i like it as much as previous titles? **The story** All of these have stories and this one is no different.The evil Neo Cortex has turned the other creatures where crash lives into mutants.Crash has to learn to control them or the world will ...
Summary: I really enjoy this game and if your a Crash fan you will too. It doesnt make full use of the wii controller though, you might aswell use a standard controller for this game. The instructions are non existent so you have to guess what to do as you go along which can be a bit frustrating at times.