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Fans can rejoice as Crash Bandicoot returns

Crash Bandicoot, one of the most famous game characters in history, is jumping back into player's living rooms with a beautiful HD remaster.

The N. Sane trilogy brings the original games back to life on PS4 consoles.

The trilogy includes Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex strikes back and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.

Eric Hirshberg, Activision CEO says, “Many people around the world, myself included, count the early Crash Bandicoot games as one of their most beloved gaming experiences.

“So it has been an honour and a labour of love for all of us at Activision to bring him into 2017, looking and playing better than ever.”

"Our team at Vicarious Visions has done an amazing job giving players the Crash they remember with all the benefits of the modern era.”

With more than 100 levels to explore, fans can enjoy seeing this beloved video game icon like never before, in a fully-remastered game collection.

The game features brand-new lighting, animations, textures, models and recreated cinematics, that all make use of the PS4’s capabilities.

The game boasts full analog stick support and a unified save system that will make it easier for new players to enjoy the classic adventures, while improved bonus levels and time trials will challenge even the biggest fans.

Players can also switch between playing as Crash and Coco at the press of a button.

Fans can see how they stack up against their friends and other players around the world through online leader-boards.

Jennifer Oneal, Vicarious Visions studio head says, “We’re so excited the day has finally come that Crash fans can relive some of their favourite gaming memories with the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.

“We’ve strived to make this AAA remaster a fantastic experience for all gamers, whether a hard-core fan or playing for the first time.”

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is available now on PS4 and PS4 Pro.
 

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