I may not have a PS4 right now, and I may have been a bit late to the Crash bandwagon, but that won’t stop me from talking about such a great series, no siree. Watch as I count down my 10 favourite levels of the original Crash Bandicoot trilogy!
Well, we’ve got some news regarding the bandicoot on smaller manners, let’s cut to the chase on what’s the embedded video’s about: The Elgato Stream Deck with the Crash Bandicoot Pack giveaway’s deadline is gonna end in 5 days, winners will be announced on September 18 on Monday, if you haven’t entered the contest already, click here.
On another note, here are some of the smaller news we’ve got:
- Crash Bandicoot is featured in this new book called “101 Video Games to Play Before You Grow Up” by Ben Bertoli, check Amazon for more.
- Eric Rogers regarding a possible Crash Bandicoot’s guest appearance in a second season of Skylanders Academy in an Collider interview: “Maybe“
- Some more minor social posts by the official Crash Bandicoot account:
- Watch out for SAGE 2017 for a playthrough/demo release of Crash Bandicoot N. Tense Adventure by Metal and Tyrzi on the 30th!
- Crashing at #6 in the UK for Week 36, #2 for Spain’s August 2017 charts
- Do you happen to be playing MikuMikuDance or love Miku Miku? Why not check out Kemo07’s WIP Crash Bandicoot model for MMD!
- Crash Bandicoot goes Kazama in this awesome Tekken drawing by Da_BBQ (Tekken’s official account feature, Imgur Post)
That’s all for now, if we’ve missed anything that needs to be in this post, let us know!
An 1999 japanese TV commercial for the Playstation 2 (it was aired before the console’s launch in Japan). The hype that preceded the PS2 was amazing 🙂
Video uploaded by tbyte2
A resounding success, well-received, even though it still has it’s share of issues and inconsistencies, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is definitely one great way for the bandicoot to come back and kickoff more games for the future after so long.
You can vote on a spectrum from Amazing to Abysmal for the post-release of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, based on gameplay thoughts usually. You can also reply with your own thoughts on social networks in reply to this post or on the blog.
It’s been around two months since Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was released to the masses, doing pretty well, even though the buzz has been going down in anticipation of the next thing for the future of Crash Bandicoot for the coming months. Today, according to the Eastern Standard Timezone, today’s the 21st anniversary of Crash Bandicoot and the original game, Crash Bandicoot for the PS1, released on September 9, 1996. Spyro The Dragon’s 19th anniversary is also today, as a shout-out to our fellow fandom friends there, hold on tight for what’s to come! (Hopefully)
We might be posting the top fandom creations in few condensed posts like last year. Stay tuned for any news that might arise, we might miss it so tip us ASAP.