We got a good number of new footage on CTR Nitro-Fueled these past couple of weeks. We got some character trailers and level reveals as well.
Crash is headed to Nintendo’s handheld/portable hybrid for the first time.
One year ago (On Thursday, March 8, 2018), we witnessed the big announcement that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy would make its way for the Nintendo Switch, making it possible officially for the trilogy to be playable on a non-PlayStation platform for the first time. In addition, it was announced at 6PM EST that it would also make its way to the Xbox One and Steam (Windows PC). This was also Crash Bandicoot’s first appearance as well on a Nintendo Direct ever.
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Happy Valentines Day, everyone!
To celebrate the love, here’s a video detailing some of the physics differences I’ve noticed between Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled and its original PS1 counterpart.
DISCLAIMER: All of these are purely from my observation only, as I have not had the chance to play it–so your mileage may vary.
All the footage is from existing demos from GameSpot and Polygon.
Regardless, I hope Beenox and Activision can fix these kinks out for the final release!
Are there any characters who just absolutely can NEVER be in Smash? What are the limitations on third-party characters? Let’s talk about it.