Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back renders, early shots and concept art unearthed from Sony promo disc. These can be found on Disc 4.
Six CD-ROMs containing a variety of press releases and “multimedia”, compatible with PC and Macs of that vintage, produced for the 1997 European Computer Trade Show.
A look at the first prototype I’ve found of “Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex” – specifically the “Crashes to Ashes” level, which in this build is very different to the one that made the final game
In this gameplay video Anna Maree is playing the community requested Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy
Intel® Core™ i9 7980XE
32GB Dual Channel DDR4 at 2666MHz
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti with 11GB GDDR5X
Emperor Velo and the entertainment-obsessed aliens of his empire have kidnapped Crash and his friends to race in the Galactic Circus! But they won’t be alone, because he’s also nabbed Dr. Cortex and his cronies.
Faced with the threat of Earth’s destruction, both teams submit to his whims. Dr. Cortex and his team of evil plan to defeat Velo in the final showdown and return to Earth as its conquerors. But they’ll need to get past Crash and Team Bandicoot, who are on a mission to thwart Team Evil – and return home in time for a nap.
- 18 playable characters including favorites Crash, Coco, Crunch, Cortex, Tiny, and N.Gin
- Power Up adds offensive combat – for those who need more obstacles
- Challenging race modes: Adventure, Arcade, Time Trial, and others
- N-Gage Exclusive Features: Get N-Gage-only cheats and unlock secret characters in the N-Gage Arena
- Go wireless with up to 4 people over a Bluetooth connection
- Two multiplayer race variants: Race Mode and (of course!) Battle Mode
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