airumu: Bear/Egypt Mashup Level (Crash Bandicoot 2 Cortex Strikes Back WIP Mod)


This is one of my mods I’m working on. For now I’ve made a few segments and fixed the code so that death animations work properly, but there’s still a lot to do like making more zones, doing placement and making music.

As always, please let me know if you have any ideas for the level name 🙂

[LINKED/RELATED] PlayStation Blog: You’re Invited, A Look at the Future of Gaming on PlayStation 5 (June 4, 4pm EST)


Join us on Thursday, June 4, at 1:00 pm Pacific Time. (4:00 pm Eastern Time)

With each generation, from the first PlayStation to PlayStation 4, we aim higher and we push the boundaries further, to try and deliver better experiences for our community. This has been the mission of the PlayStation brand for more than 25 years. A mission I have been a part of nearly since the beginning.

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First 4 Figures unveils Dr. Neo Cortex statue as the next release, with a launch live stream on July 21, 2020


Looks like First 4 Figures has finally taken the wraps off their next release of their Crash Bandicoot series of statues, and as expected, it will be for Dr. Neo Cortex. This design resembles the classic design a lot closer in many areas, such as the head shape, hair, eyes and mouth (not to mention the fact that it lifts straight off from the Warped final boss). It might have characteristics from post-Naughty Dog games, such as Nitro Kart and N. Sane Trilogy as well. Here’s what the company describes the design as:

Apart from his iconic facial features such as the letter “N” on his gigantic forehead, we can also see in the image that he’s holding up a mine, which is one of his arsenals during the Dr. Neo Cortex boss battle in the third installment.

F4F notes that it has been made into a reality thanks to the positive reception for the poll on the character from 2017, stating that after much behind the scene development on it, it is now finally in the physical stage. In addition, there will be a launch live stream happening at 12pm EST on July 21, 2020, with an early bird discount bonus of %10 off. You can sign up for future updates too.

Thanks for the tip, Crash Universe!

Source(s): First 4 Figures Blog

First 4 Figures unveils the Dr. Neo Cortex statue as the next release, with a launch live stream on July 21, 2020


Looks like First 4 Figures has finally taken the wraps off their next release of their Crash Bandicoot series of statues, and as expected, it will be for Dr. Neo Cortex. This design resembles the classic design a lot closer in many areas, such as the head shape, hair, eyes and mouth (not to mention the fact that it lifts straight off from the Warped final boss). It might have characteristics from post-Naughty Dog games, such as Nitro Kart and N. Sane Trilogy as well. Here’s what the company describes the design as:

Apart from his iconic facial features such as the letter “N” on his gigantic forehead, we can also see in the image that he’s holding up a mine, which is one of his arsenals during the Dr. Neo Cortex boss battle in the third installment.

F4F notes that it has been made into a reality thanks to the positive reception for the poll on the character from 2017, stating that after much behind the scene development on it, it is now finally in the physical stage. In addition, there will be a launch live stream happening at 12pm EST on July 21, 2020, with an early bird discount bonus of %10 off. You can sign up for future updates too.

Thanks for the tip, Crash Universe!

Source(s): First 4 Figures Blog

IGN: Top 10 PlayStation Games (PS1) of All Time ft. Crash Bandicoot games


We count down the best games on the original PlayStation console, from smash hits to lovable mascots and underrated gems. You can see our full list of the top 25 PS1 games here!

Crash Bandicoot games featured: Crash Team Racing, Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, and Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back

[RELATED] Formula F1/DHL Motorsports references Crash Team Racing, while paying homage to Belgium 1998 Grand Prix


Coming 🔜: the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix

DHL Motorsports present this true wet-weather 𝐜𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐬𝐢𝐜 🌧

#F1Classics ⏪ #MomentsThatDeliver

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