I finally did it. For Bandicoot Month 2019, get ready for my stupid Crash Twinsanity review. One of the most polarising Crash Bandicoot games ever made. Crash Twinsanity. Let’s go.
On the run up to the eagerly anticipated remake, join us as we take a look at the original PlayStation Kart Racer!
We have been treated to a totally rad ’90 and 2000s resurgence lately. From brightly colored windbreakers to a ton of retro merch, our lives are being bombarded with nostalgia on all levels. So it was only a matter of time before the video game embodiment of the era’s crude, cartoony, outrageous attitude made his grand return. Crash Bandicoot served as the perfect gaming representative for the Kool-Aid Jammers generation, and now he’s back with CTR: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, a remaster of the original 1999 video game Crash Team Racing melded with its 2003 follow-up Crash Nitro Kart, which will be released on Friday for PS 4, Xbox One, and Switch.
With CTR Nitro Fueled less than a week away from launch, I felt it’d be appropriate to look back on the previous Crash racing games to see just how far we’ve come.
Pretty self-explanatory, if you ask me.
This is a playlist of every Crash Bandicoot Review EVER!!! I highly recommend these videos if you are a Crash fan or just love video games!
Crash Bandicoot has had a lot of games, including the upcoming remake of Crash Team Racing. But did you know there were Crash Bandicoot Mobile Games?