Morning gamers! We have some welcome news for all you virtual life controllers out there, that are sitting on your sofas and gaming chairs, playing the nights and your time off away, since you’ve already learnt to shun the outside world by now. Why not? Do you really want to queue up for some sh*tty nightclub, only to be met by some pompous w*nker who asks if you’re on the VIP list? No, thanks. Well, right then, let’s get into this, shall we?!
Everyone’s favourite wily bandicoot first came to our screens on Sony Playstation back in 1996, is now back with the trilogy being re-released in a few weeks time. However, this isn’t just ANY old re-release, no siree. The trilogy you loved and remember has been completely remastered for Playstation 4, much to the joy of gaming fans who have been awaiting a new Crash title for years. Have a look at the gameplay trailer below which was shown at E3 2017 this week. Surely bouts of nostalgia will come over you when you see Crash running around doing his thing.
This 3D platform adventure game is set to be released on June 30th both in hard copy and on download direct from the Playstation store. What’s not to like? You can physically hold the copy of this one in your hands, so you know that it’s worth its weight in gold. Gold that will keep you indoors and entertained for hours on end like when you were a kid. Why? Well, you’ve got the bloody trilogy to get through now, don’t you? The game even has THREE sets of trophies for you to collect as well, so that’ll give you completionist’s out there something to do for about a month or so.
Along with it being remastered, there will be some slight additional features to comply with the advancements in gaming technology all together. It was a busy year back in 1996; it was the year that the USA ceased sanctions against Cuba, the year that Tupac passed away, and the year when the IRA were still setting off bombs in the United Kingdom. Yep, 1996 sure had a lot of bad stuff going on in it, but in the video game world Crash Bandicoot and the early PlayStation titles seemed to make it all feel better.
These games have been equally loved by males and females alike for over 20 years and this will also be the case, this time around too. Everyone can enjoy and be visually stimulated by it for hours and hours on end.
Take our word for it, this classic remastered stack of games must take it’s place in your game collection. What are you waiting for? Go head and grab it today!
Brainstain, over and out!
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Featured Photo Credit: PlayStation