BetaM: Thumpin Wumpa Islands Corruptions – EP10

Crash Corruptions go next-gen! Time to explore the limits of Thumpin’ Wumpa Islands.

The corruptions were made using the Vinesauce Rom Corruptor (believe it or not) on the 360 version of the game.


[LINKED] Crash Mania: Secrets Galore

Uncovering secrets is some of the most fun you’ll have with a platformer. Or it’ll be the bane of your existence. It all depends on how these secrets are handled — Are there any hints on how to get to them or do you have to do something cryptic? Do they unlock anything or are they just optional easter eggs? Crash Bandicoot games are ripe with secrets of all kinds, so bring your detective hat and let’s talk about what it truly means to go for 100%.


[VIDEO] Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped featured at Macworld SF 1999

GREAT Keynote. Steve Jobs introduced a redesigned Power Mac G3, colored iMacs, FireWire and Mac OS X Server.

(Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped @ 1:17:45)

Date: January 5, 1999
Location: Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco
Steve was 43 years old.
More Insanely Great Videos & Info at

Note: Promo video and TV ads removed in some places due to copyright – links provided in the HIGHLIGHTS above.

Thanks, Vida Extra for reminding me to post this video.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy PAX East Off-Screen w/ “4K On PS4 and PC, 60 FPS” heard

UPDATE: Nope, It was a Bulletstorm all along!

NoticeThis is being labelled as a rumor since we don’t exactly have a definitive confirmation from either Activision or Sony. This bit is coming from potentially an unknown Rep speaking in the background and is not visible either way, so be attained about that at the time being. Take this with a grain of salt.

Alright. It has been quite lacking when it comes to off-screen footage for gameplay of the PAX East build of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, we have some on YouTube, sadly, no real picture of the Warp Room in full motion has been unearthed yet. But what’s this, “PS4 and PC”?

Well, yes, you can hear it in the background of this video starting at 0:05 very carefully (headphones recommended), we do know that the game is also 4K supported on PS4 Pro, but we haven’t seen confirmation before about it being 60fps yet (aside from debut trailer being 60fps in some parts). We are awaiting some clarification regarding that since this is still being inspected by me, personally speaking. It might be for another game since a ton of other games are being demoed as well…

Thanks to Enter the Dragon Punch for the tip.

N.Sane Tricks & Gnasty Moves Outfits from The Yetee (Kevin Fagaragan)

Let’s spice things up more than the duality cross-over of Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon from the GBA mini-games and the recent buzz surrounding the debut of Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back’s Hang Eight on N. Sane Trilogy, because Kevin Fagaragan‘s got your back on those amazing outfits that he is selling on The Yetee for a very limited time for $11 USD. They are amazing and if you  ever feel like bringing your inner fandom out there, get’em before it’s too late! (less than 24hrs only left)

Get them for variety of sizes and in Tank top as well at

Did You Know Gaming: Crash Bandicoot featuring Austin Eruption (Arcadea)

With the upcoming remastered Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy for the PlayStation 4 (PS4), Did You Know Gaming takes a look at some facts, secrets, history and Easter eggs of Crash Bandicoot. Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2, and Crash Bandicoot Warped are the original trilogy of games released for the Sony PlayStation 1 (PS1). This video focuses on said trilogy, and through our analysis of the series’ gameplay, history, and beta builds, we hope to reveal facts you never knew about Crash.

Credits: Crash Mania, The Cutting Room Floor, Unseen64, Javed/Good Blood Games, Andy Gavin’s Blog, NintendoWorldReport

Video Editing by Luis Illingworth
Research/Writing by Seumidh MacDonald
Quality Assurance by Liam Robertson

Please note that the video might have some inaccuracies in conjunction to some conflicting information with Naughty Dog, UIS, Dave Siller and the devs at hand, regardless of research and fact-checking. If you have any other information or credits to note, please don’t hesitate to tell us about them.