Welcome to Day 4 of the Badvent Calendar, where Caddy does a quick review of the 22nd worst game he’s ever played.
Consider this a very quick Crash Boom Bang review. Welcome to the Badvent Calender – Caddy’s 2018 Christmas/Holiday special where every single day until December 25th, he’ll be counting down through the worst games ever made. At least, the worst games HE has ever played. So it goes without saying, this list series won’t be exactly the same as any other person online! But that’s what makes it fun, right? Happy Holidays, all.
Learn how I helped design Crash Bandicoot and check out my original concept art in this video!
Crash Bandicoot became a sensation. He’s had countless games spanning several consoles but long forgotten is character from Universal Studios and the commercials of his past.
Well, as we’ve entered the year of 2018 since quite a bit, it’s incredible to reflect on last year, thinking how much of a event the return of Crash Bandicoot was. The N.Sane Trilogy on PlayStation 4 has been a huge commercial success (selling over 3 million copies worldwide), has been greatly praised by both critics and fans and has escalated Crash back as a relevant icon of gaming.
Crash Bandicoot’s Retrospective continues after a very long wait! And what better way to bring back discussion on Crash’s history than talking about Vicarious Visions, the team making both Crash’s Skylanders appearance & bringing the original three PS1 Classics to the PS4 through remakes/remasters next year, first take on the IP.
Say hello to the Game Boy Advance adventure, Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure or otherwise known in European markets, Crash Bandicoot: XL. Does this portable adventure match to the Bandicoot’s console romps? Continue reading “Crash Bandicoot – The Huge Adventure”
Crash is back and what better way to celebrate then returning to N. Sanity Island on another adventure with our orange friend. Crash Twinsanity is a very interesting game, as it is both one of the biggest steps forward for the franchise but at the same time, one of the most creative platformers out there.
Everything it does has roots in something else, but the game has this thick crazy layer on top of it all; making it feel so fresh at the same time. Lets take a trip inside this amazing madness produced by Travelers Tales Oxford and see how it holds up.