Crash Bandicoot is a classic game franchise from the PS1 era that that became a fan favorite. We’re in the age of remasters and remakes, so Vicarious Visions gave Cash Bandicoot a makeover and on June 30, 2017, released Crash N Sane Trilogy for PS4 before bringing it to PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch later.
This generation feels defined by two types of games–the games-as-a-service model and the remasters. Aimed at the crippling nostalgia gamers seem to have (I know I do) the era of 90s games have started to hit the market in full force now in remastered form. It’s easy to look at these kinds of games at
For the 29th week of the year ending on July 21, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is once again the winner and still champion of the weekly UK sales chart. This is the fourth consecutive week that Crash Bandicoot has taken the top spot in UK Sales since debuting on Switch and Xbox One late last month. None of
A new set of miniature figurines featuring some of Sony’s latest and earliest IP from across the years has been revealed. The figures will be named Totaku and will run you about $9.99 USD per figurine. The figures are not created by Sony themselves, and they definitely don’t work the same way Nintendo’s amiibo or Activision’s Skylanders do. In
Sony Interactive Entertainment have revealed the PlayStation Store’s top-downloaded games for the month of September (2017) for both North America and Europe. As you may remember, last month the North American PS4 chart was topped by EA’s Madden NFL18, the latest installment in EA’s popular and annual football simulation series. However, this month Madden has slipped to the No.4
Released just a few weeks ago on PS4, Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy offers the chance for longtime fans of the classic Crash Bandicoot trilogy to relive the titles with newly-remade visuals and more, while many fans have addressed that some things about the titles feel noticeably different than before. In a blog post from
Today, Sony released the PlayStation Store’s top downloaded games for the month of May in North America and Europe. Last month, the North American PS4 charts were topped by Persona 5. This month they have been topped by NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s Injustice 2. Behind Injustice 2, is Gun Media’s Friday the