Crash Bandicoot

This Nintendo Switch and ‘Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy’ bundle is available for under £300


The Crash Bandicoot series of games are verified classics and we won’t hear any different. Not naming any names, but some people spent days, if not weeks, running, jumping, and crashing through this game. And it was worth it. Every second.

Now imagine you could combine the never-ending fun of Crash Bandicoot with the versatility and usability of the Nintendo Switch. It’s a reality folks. You can now pick up a Nintendo Switch Neon with Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy bundle for just £299.99.

The great thing about the Nintendo Switch is that you really can play anytime, anywhere, and with anyone. This is thanks to the three play modes: TV mode, tabletop mode, and handheld mode. So not only can you set up and play anywhere but you can take Crash Bandicoot with you wherever you go.  Read more…

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Ooga booga! ‘Crash Team Racing’ is getting a remaster


20 years since the original ride, Crash Bandicoot is back in the driver’s seat. 

Activision announced Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled at the 2018 Game Awards on Thursday, a remaster of the 1999 classic.

“Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled is built from the ground up and remasters the original Crash racing game by bringing the characters, karts, tracks and arenas to modern console HD graphics,” Activision said in a statement.

Adventure, Arcade Single Race and Cup Race, Time Trials and Battle Mode are back, plus online multiplayer allows you to race friends.

Of course, it follows the remaster of the original Crash Bandicoot games, which were released as part of the N. Sane Trilogy last year.  Read more…

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Crash Bandicoot has an ‘Australian accent’ and our ears are bleeding


Crash Bandicoot, the apple of one’s eye for kids who grew up with a PlayStation, didn’t really say much more than “woah!” in the game.

But in Netflix’s new Skylanders Academy show, the Wumpa Islands resident has an Australian accent — in a manner of speaking. 

His dialogue’s been compiled by YouTube user ARD and honestly, it’s really terrible.

In fact, Crash’s Aussie twang is the absolute worst thing you’ll hear today. 

Like so many international takes on the accent in years gone by, it keeps changing between Australian, American and some kind of “shine your shoes, Guvna” style of Dickens speak. Read more…

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