Look at this with your viewing holes.
Yes, witness the thing.
— GAME Westwood Cross (@GAMEWestwood) June 18, 2018
Crash Bandicoot coming to the Switch is pretty huge; it’s the first time we’ve seen Crash on a Nintendo platform in a long time. Not only that they’re the original PlayStation games which are truly something surreal.
We were lucky enough to have the chance to ask Vicarious Visions, developers of the game, some questions about Crash on the Switch and in the development process. Here’s what they had to say;
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on Xbox One: Check out this exclusive gameplay direct from E3 2018!
Crash had a cartoon once. It’s terrible.
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From (Season 10 Episode 7) “Lisa Gets an “A””
While sick from school, Lisa becomes obsessed with a video game and forgets to study for a test on the book The Wind in the Willows. Not willing to fail, she calls upon Bart and Nelson to help her cheat, and gets an A+++. Consequently, Springfield Elementary School now qualifies for a basic assistance grant. Tormented by guilt for cheating, she reveals what she did to Skinner and Superintendent Chalmers, who persuade her to keep it a secret so the school can keep the money. At the grant ceremony, Lisa finally bursts out, only to realize the real ceremony had already taken place as Skinner and Chalmers anticipated her actions. Meanwhile, Homer houses a lobster to eat, but becomes emotionally attached to it and makes it his pet. However, he accidentally boils it to death while giving it a hot bath, and eats it sadly