I was looking forward to the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy. A game from my childhood that I absolutely adored, remastered and ready for me to play all over again? What more could I ask for. I’ll admit I was a little worried going into it, knowing it was Vicarious Visions doing the development and not Naughty Dog, but I was more than happy to give them a chance. Below are, in my opinion, five stand out bits about the game:
Crash has never looked better
Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy kicks off with a bunch of crates and the titular hero going through an HD machine – and he does look amazing. I did, and still do, love the Playstation 1 sprite of Crash, but he really does look top in HD. It’s not just him either, the entire cast are wonderfully rendered and every object in the game looks phenomenal. To go along with it, all of the levels are amazing to play through, conjuring up some powerful nostalgia in me and all the frustration of playing it through again.