Sneak Peek on the Naughty Dog's Improvised Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy

By Florence Maxino , Updated Dec 07, 2016 07:07 AM EST
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Crash Bandicoot has been one of Naughty Dog's most popular games and its N.Sane Trilogy is making a comeback. The developers are giving out a small sneak peek of the changes made and fans are going bonkers.

Crash Bandicoot came out at the hype of "cartoonified" heroes along with the likes of Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog. This game first emerged around the 90s and is considered the high of Naughty Dog Creations. This was the decade that Sony partnered with Naughty Dog Studios to bring out this insane orange mascot. The first creation of Naughty Dog named Crash Bandicoot as Willy the Wombat before the publishing deal. The name change and character redesign is a choice the creators do not regret. The N.Sane Trilogy came next helping Crash Bandicoot solidly stick to the most-demanded games ever.

Crash Bandicoot is a platform game where one needs to undergo different obstacles and mazes just to reach his/her destination. Soon after, the developers ventured into other game styles such as Beat-'Em-Ups, Party Game Compendiums, and their ever popular Cart Racing. But nothing can beat the popularity and demand of their N.Sane Trilogy.

The N.Sane Trilogy is a fresh remaster by Vicarious Visions and it focuses on the top three games of Crash Bandicoot: Crash Bandicoot, Cortex Strikes Back, and Warped. The sneak peek shows better graphics, color, and appearance of this beloved orange marsupial. There are some camera angles that are edited to make the gameplay a lot smoother than it was before. The sneak peek may just be short but gamers and fans of the series are looking forward to have a lot of nostalgic feels whilst playing the game.

Although there is not much information about additional platforms and changes in plots, the creators have been giving teasers for the months prior to the release of the sneak peek. There are Crash Bandicoot Easter Eggs (inside joke in games) in Uncharted 4 and Skylanders. This teasers gave the fans the idea that a rework of the classic game was coming and no sooner did they blink, the release of the N.Sane Trilogy remaster came.

Vicarious Visions is confident that with their improvised version of Crash Bandicoot and his N.Sane Trilogy will gain a whole new generation of fans. With no specific date yet, the creators stated that the game will be released in 2017. For now, fans will have to speculate with their sneak peek before there will be a trailer or other videos in the months ahead.

 

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