Okay, this is more of a throwback to the way the original site initially looked when it launched back in early 2012 and I’ve been wanting for a while to emulate that calm dark cozy feel of it. I’m proud to say that this is finally a reality with the new theme, with this dark chocolate pattern style to it, making it easier to read at night and less of a pain to look at. If you’re on mobile, at the time being, you can use the “Sidebar” menu item at “Misc” to skip to the widgets section if you want to quickly make a search query. Now, for the burning question, do you like the new dark background for Crashy News’ newly-implemented theme? Let me know in the poll and comments.
At 3AM EST, a brand new theme was rolled out as a soft launch to enhance the site’s existing layout structure and readability, while also modernizing it. Although, I do have concerns with the oversized header image and I’m wondering, do you like the theme so far? Let me know in the comments and on the poll
Hey, just letting you all know that the site now features a brand new theme that’s similar in format to the previous theme but different in some aspects, like the accent, menu behaviour and more. Note that this is a soft-launch and may get reverted back to the previous theme that is being currently used. No opening date has been planned yet.
I’ve got some chores and other things that I need to finish up while I also catch up to some smaller but important Crash tidbits that need to be posted. I hope y’all ok with some patience and slow down since I’ve got some heavy academic work and exams to do later in the month. This isn’t a break or anything, but just so you know that I might slow down the rate of posting at any time during this month.
The year 2018 was quite eventful, ending on a high note with the announcement of Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled at The Game Awards 2018, it was stellar with video games much like 2017, with another successful year for Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, coming on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam on Windows PC. These are the following scores for each independent platform on Metacritic: 79 on Xbox One, 78 on Nintendo Switch and 76 on Steam PC. There has been even more merchandise that had come out in 2018, including the Jet-Board Crash Bandicoot NECA figure. Not to mention that we’ve got a major patch on the original PS4 release with all platforms getting the all new DLC level “Future Tense“, designed at Vicarious Visions.
Crashy News is now on its 7th year, in 2018, performance was weaker but the longevity was much better, getting a huge boost with the announcement of Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled, going through the news, leaks, rumours, events and fandom creations. Crashy News has reached a total of 184K total views for 2018. The most viewed post has received 3,104 views (Vicarious Visions responds to CTR Remastered pleads from comments). Let’s go in details over what happened and what has Crashy News has achieved this year.
Most Popular Posts
Throughout the year, we were constantly talking about N. Sane Trilogy and Nitro-Fueled at the end of it, merchandise rolling out and all of the memes, issues and other things surrounding Crash Bandicoot. The most popular posts on the site in 2018 were (Excluding Home/Archive):
In conclusion, Crashy News has done a great job yet again informing, sharing the best of the Crash Bandicoot franchise to fans all around the world, including me who is writing this article and bringing out the fans all together while being the fan. Let’s all hope for the best for 2019, and we’ve got Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled coming up around June 21, 2018!