Main report related to this: Activision announces new Partners for Crash Bandicoot & Spyro the Dragon Merchandise (Licensing Expo Las Vegas 2018)
Spyro: Reignited Trilogy and Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy bring the two beloved franchises to a whole new generation of gamers (and consoles), but which series is better? Fighting for Spyro is Oscar Dayus and repping Crash is Will Potter. Watch and decide who you think argued their case better in our poll!
Watch this become a bloodbath. Actually, please be civil as much as possible about this as it’s inappropriate to berate and bully people over the other franchise.
Well, well, well. If it isn’t for more Merchandise news of Crash Bandicoot, right after the surprise announcement of moving forward the release of NST on Xbox One, Switch and PC Steam. We’ve got even more news coming up right after the release of the Kidrobot vinyl mystery mini figures and the plushies today, as listed below:
- NECA has confirmed in a reply from a fan that they will be releasing more pictures of their Crash Bandicoot figure from finalized samples.
- Jeremy has obtained a list of upcoming Totaku figures from GameStop’s database from a local employee, includes some unannounced figures and the most interesting for Crash Bandicoot is: Exclusive Crash Bandicoot and “Aztec Gold Crash Bandicoot” figure as well.
- Kidrobot is offering some giveaway for their new series of Crash Bandicoot merchandise lineup of figures and plushies.
- Activision has featured Ivan Esposito for his amazing Crash Bandicoot cosplay alongside Mariateresa Vitiello as Coco Bandicoot.
That’s all for now, stay tuned for more and give us any tips or corrections if needed.
It’s been a while since The Crash Bandicoot Files: How Willy The Wombat Sparked Marsupial Mania bible and artbook has come out to store shelves and online. It seems that most people have mixed opinions about what the book entails, since it isn’t done like most artbooks with behind the scene commentary or traditionally so. So for this post, it would be great if we can more centrally know what we think about the book and discuss it in the comments on social media and the website and vote in the poll.