Here’s how Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is performing in Japan according to Media Create after the recent SEGA-published Nintendo Switch release on October 18.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (#3) on the Nintendo Switch took about 30% overall in the sell-through charts, compared to Dark Souls Remastered (#2) on the Nintendo Switch, which took about 40% overall and Soul Calibur VI (#1) on the PlayStation 4 took about %70 overall.
Today, according to the Eastern Standard Timezone, is the anniversary for a game that’s well… a strange racing entry in the franchise, where platforming, mini-games and racing with team clashing is all mixed into one package with crude humour on top. This one was the first game done by Radical Entertainment, who have gone later to develop Crash of the Titans, Crash Mind Over Mutant and even the cancelled Crash Landed/I Am Crash Bandicoot game from 2010.
If you have recently gotten a brand new TV or monitor with HDR capability, you might’ve used it for a couple of multimedia content, such as a movie, web video or even some video games. So, the question of the poll is, What do you think about the HDR implementation for Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on PS4/Xbox One?
Answer this poll only if you have an HDR-enabled TV/monitor and a PS4/Xbox One.
Haven’t got N. Sane Trilogy yet? Well, there’s a sale now at Walmart if you’re shopping there in Canada, provided that you got a Nintendo Switch. This is the physical game, costs $39.99 CAD ($30 USD) with the newest patch, Stormy Ascent and Future Tense pre-installed. This sale brings the price down from the original $49.99 CAD ($38.80 USD) MSRP by saving $10 CAD. This offer only lasts until October 25.
Looks like we’ve got an update on how Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is performing so far in Australia and New Zealand according to IGEA after the major Multiplatform release for Week 41. We will be splitting them based on the base game and platform parity from both countries. This means that the charts will differ based on the sections.
Australia: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy took the #9 spot overall in the charts. The Xbox One took the #7 spot, Nintendo Switch taking the #7 spot. and the PlayStation 4 release took the #10 spot. The PC release is unfortunately absent.
New Zealand: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy took the #8 spot behind overall in the charts. The Xbox One took the #6 spot and Nintendo Switch took the #7 spot. The PC and PlayStation 4 releases are unfortunately absent.