'Crash Bandicoot' Release Date, Game Features, News & Update: Remastered, The Jumping, Wide-eyed Willy The Wombat Is Back!
90's animated characters are legendary, and two of those are Sonic and the Super Mario Bros. Their photos are almost everywhere - TVs, video games, bags, etc. and since Sony is a big brand who wants to market their PlayStation console, they developed another crazy, eye-catching character in the form of Willy the Wombat of "Crash Bandicoot."
"Crash Bandicoot" was developed by Naughty Dog in 1996 and his appearance ultimately turned him into a hero. It starred between 1996 -201 in over a dozen games and various genres that include kart racing, party game, and beat 'em ups. After 2010, the wide-eyed marsupial had immediately disappeared.
Back, Back, BACK!
90's kids (and even other generations) will surely go hype now that Sony has announced officially working the trio of "Crash Bandicoot" and will be released in 2017. The trilogy is called "N.Sane Trilogy which includes "Crash Bandicoot", Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back", and "Crash Bandicoot: Warped."
According to reports, the Vicarious Visions who is working on the said trilogy called it as a collection. They also stated how they find it challenging to introduce in today's generation since the game's almost 20-year old.
Modernized and More Improved Setting
To catch up with today's setting, Vicarious Visions modernized the look of this game. They've also enhanced the overall setting which includes playing with the audio, coming out with a re-mastered soundtrack of the game. Familiar voice actors also took part in improving the game by recording dialogues which will appear in the "Crash Bandicoot" Trilogy.
Unlike the previous versions, the upcoming game will have a unified checkpoint and save game system. This means that "Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy" will have a manual and auto-save options. It will also have rebuilt level which is based on the original concept. Therefore, those who played this before have a higher chance of stimulating nostalgia.
"Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy" will also have time trials for the three games.
How cool was that?