[LINKED] Polygon: Learn more about the Crash Bandicoot Files artbook

It’s a good year for Crash fans. In addition to news of the N. Sane trilogy heading to the Nintendo Switch, Dark Horse is publishing a hardcover reprint of the original Crash Bandicoot developer’s bible. You’ll be able to get a firsthand look at everything from initial character sketches to level designs.

Notice: There has been reports where the artbook’s physical copy has been delayed in the UK with Amazon and several other places, not sure the reason behind this yet.


[VIDEO] Crash Bandicoot: Diggin’ It Death Route

This is a tough route. Can you dig it?

First 4 Figures Resin Crash Bandicoot Preview (Full Reveal & Reservation Next Friday)

Alex Davis has confirmed on the Facebook group of First 4 Figures (and Friday Q&A) that the resin Crash Bandicoot statue will be up for reservation from March 23 – 27 next Friday alongside a full look at the statue. The picture accompanied in this article is the preview, preorders will begin for 2 weeks starting on March 27 after reservation.

Source: First 4 Figures Blog

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[EMBED] Crash Bandicoot: Happy St. Patrick’s Day

They’re always after me lucky wumpa. ☘️

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (XB1, NSW, PC) Rated E10+ by ESRB

In amid recent news regarding the reveal of multiplatform N. Sane Trilogy this year for Xbox One, Switch and PC, it was only obvious that we would see the ESRB rating being the same as the PS4 version. The official rating reveals that the game has “Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief” and the description tells the reason behind the rating, let’s take a look, shall we? (Original post for PS4 rating)

This is a platformer game in which players assume the role of Crash Bandicoot as he works to foil a villain’s plot. Players traverse platforms and defeat enemies and bosses in order to progress the story. Crash can jump on enemies’ heads or use a spin attack to knock enemies out. Some sequences allow players to pilot a plane and shoot at enemy blimps causing them to explode. Boss battles involve more protracted combat. One boss character wears an outfit that reveals a slightly exposed buttocks (e.g., “plumber’s crack”).
SourceEntertainment Software Association (Xbox One & PC, Switch)
Via: ESRB Tweets (Xbox One & PC, Switch)

B-Roll Footage: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – Xbox One Gameplay

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