Behold, the trifecta is complete! Come back this Friday and get WARPED.
It’s been a little while since I last made a poll talking about the impressions so far about N. Sane Trilogy, so let’s have another poll about what do people think about N. Sane so far from the point of revealing Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back from February onwards until currently, comments are also appreciated as well.
Well, we aren’t going out of supply for any new art done for the promotion of N. Sane Trilogy, because we got one more, in the small rack done for the game in EB Games Australia, This is where you see Crash doing the double thumbs up and it looks great, although there’s not much to see since the rest of the pictures are just the rack.
Thanks, MediExcalibur2012 for sending me this tip!
Bonus: For those in Australia itching for Merchandise, don’t worry, there will be some available soon, according to a tipster on a Facebook Fan Group.
The closest thing the PlayStation had to a mascot’s on the way back. Crash Bandicoot, the unlikely hero of numerous adventures, is heading to PlayStation 4 with a fresh remake by Vicarious Visions next month, bringing you the first three games with a new 4K upgrade in the form of the N. Sane Trilogy.
This is a @crashbandicoot shared article…
As a followup to our Taiwanese listing report, we come just before we find out if the PEGI listing is gonna ever be available publicly from the Brazilian Advisory Rating System regarding their rating of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. The game has been currently given an “L” General rating for players/fans getting their hands on a Brazilian-rated copy of N. Sane in Brazil and South America. Since we couldn’t figure out how to get a hold of the actual search result URL primarily for it, click this link for a screenshot of the listing in detail.
Source: Brazilian Advisory Rating System (Search: Crash Bandicoot)
And yes, this “General” rating is a placeholder as the listing isn’t fully complete. This comes right after the listings came up for ESRB and ACB this week. The most noteworthy thing about this listing is that the game is apparently getting published by Sony Asia (South Korea and Japan) in Taiwan on behalf of Activision, noting that Amazon Japan’s listing is an import of the game’s US copy. Take a look at the listing’s picture.