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Crash: Mind Over Mutant
Video Game Generation
3 February 2009
Summary: Despite all its flaws, I had genuine fun with
Crash Bandicoot: Mind Over Mutant
. I dealt with the annoying camera, backtracked as much as I could stand, and still ended up smiling throughout it all.
Pros: Hilarious one-liners and audio really make the game., Achievements galore for junkies., Interesting new mechanics that allow Crash to control creatures are fun and easy to control., The game is genuinely fun!
Cons: Graphics are only subpar., No camera control., Some may get annoyed with the game's repetitive nature and backtracking system.
Conclusion: Crash Bandicoot: Mind Over Mutant is a hard game for me to score. It is a decent game and has good graphics, sound, and well done cut scenes. It also has a funny and entertaining story, but I just never could really get into it as much as some of the other popular platformers on the market that I...
Summary: I'll be completely honest with you; I haven't played a Crash Bandicoot game since the second game on the original PlayStation back in the mid-1990s. It's not that I disliked Naughty Dog's smart-mouthed mascot character; it's that the Mario and Sonic series seemed to be doing the exact same thing,...
Conclusion: It kind of looks like a kids game but underneath the cartoony veneer is a solid little action adventure game that includes some meaty challenges that are sure to keep the most bizarrely repressed bandicoot mimicry at bay.
Conclusion: A decent platforming title that once again doesnâ€™t do anything new. The game is fun and that is the main thing, though it can get repetitive the more you play it. There have been some good additions to the game this time round though which is welcome.
Pros: Decent Graphics, Some good platforming, Range of mutants
Cons: Repetative, Nothing New, Not really Crash Bandicoot anymore
Excerpt: It’s sad to watch a once proud mascot slide into the depths of gaming obscurity. After strong beginnings, two of the most beloved rodents from our gaming past – Crash and Sonic – have both struggled under the burden of bland game design, genre overexposure, and what has appeared to be general apathy...
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