All this toxic waste means only one thing: N. Gin is coming back home! 😏
Look at how Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Spyro Reignited Trilogy are performing in the UK according to Gfk after each releases.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Spyro Reignited Trilogy
We’ve just got our hands on the April 2019 issue (#160) of the Official PlayStation Magazine (UK) recently and there’s some new material that can be shown without spoiling much from the feature read included. We got more screenshots from Crash Cove, Polar Pass and Dingo Canyon, all in varying sizes due to the format of the magazine.
There’s a small update that’s quite neat online now on CrashBandicoot.com. It looks like you can now check out the latest social media updates and announcements directly via the “Stay Connected!” section of the website, similar to the one on SpyrotheDragon.com.
In addition, the YouTube channel link that was incorrectly linked to Activision’s channel and one that only linked to Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled’s reveal trailer from PlayStation has now been corrected to link to the official Crash Bandicoot channel.
That’s all for now, check it out!
In the last few days, subscribers of the Official PlayStation Magazine (UK) have received Issue #160 for April 2019 for the magazine featuring Crash Bandicoot in a Nitro Kart (new render seen last February, not the one used in the cover art) in what is assumed to be more extensive coverage of Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled. OPM UK has confirmed lately that indeed, the issue will feature “a big feature, hands-on, and developer access” coverage on Twitter in response to a user’s question.
If this week is anything to go by with character reveals each Friday, we might get something even bigger than the character reveal of Ripper Roo and his stage reveal, Roo’s Tube, anything other than that could potentially be revealed this week or afterwards. We can’t wait to see what this feature has in store for us once the digital edition is available for purchase.