Spyro the Dragon & Crash Bandicoot are now considered one of Activision’s flagship IPs. With that, Activision is considering games beyond remasters/remakes, we could be expecting actual NEW games from both these IPs.
There will be US exclusive in-game content for US citizens beginning on August 30th 2019. Sour Patch Kids and Trident gum will issue codes with some of their products.
There’s also the possibility of purchasing Nitro points with Wumpa coins. A recent datamine seems to be hinting at it.
Looks like we’ve got an update on how Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Spyro Reignited Trilogy are performing so far in Australia and New Zealand according to IGEA.
We will be splitting them based on the base game(s) and platform parity from both countries. This means that the charts will differ based on the sections. Please note that the physical charts are given by The NPD Group and the digital charts are given by GSD, licensed from ISFE.
Assuming that you follow the blog, I would have to safely assume that you at least played Crash Bandicoot in one way or another. We’ve seen all kinds of ways to play them, from original hardware, emulators, playing blindfolded, or even using dance pads. The question is, do you know of any other way, say it would be weird, outrageous, cool or anything else of note when it comes to the Crash Bandicoot franchise?
Comment below with your stories, suggestions, or anything that you’ve seen of such!