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In Crash of the Titans, players will fight a nefarious plot hatched by Crash’s arch nemeses Neo and Nina Cortex to mutate the local creatures into titanic abominations. Using Crash’s legendary mix of outrageous antics and daredevil bravado, players will ‘hijack’ enemies in order to take control of their actions and use their fearsome powers against all manner of enemies.

“Crash Bandicoot – one of the most popular videogame characters of all time – is back and his all-new adventure brings with it more irreverent humor, family-friendly action, a wild cast of characters and amazing new titanic enemies to discover,” said Cindy Cook, chief marketing and strategy officer for Vivendi Games. “Featuring advanced acrobatic combat and incredible co-op multiplayer, Crash of the Titans will be a fun and adventurous title for gamers of all ages.”

Key Features in Crash of the Titans include:

  • ‘Jack to Attack!’ – Control, play and battle as 15 outrageous, original enemies, including titanic creatures such as Scorporilla, Ratcicle, Magamadon and Shellephant. While in control of a monster in ‘jacked’ mode, players can throw toxic stink bombs, call lightning down from the sky, fire laser beams from their eyes or even impale enemies with a massive scorpion tail. It’s up to you to use all of the creatures’ special abilities to defeat Neo and Nina Cortex.
  • Hyper-Dynamic Combat – For the first time ever, Crash now has a powerful acrobatic fighting system that includes punches and flying kicks, multiple attacks and special counter moves. Players can power-up skills to unlock new attacks and blazing combos.
  • Exploration and Adventure – With an amazingly expanded move set, Crash can now interact with his world in totally new ways. Players will be able to wall-run, swing from ropes and flip off springboards – Crash can even toss Aku Aku on the ground to surf, skate, grind and shred.
  • Wacky Co-Op Action – At any point in the game, a second player can join in the fun and play as Carbon-Crash to help unleash total chaos! In a totally innovative twist to co-op action gaming, Crash can even jack Carbon-Crash (or vice versa) for some hysterical Crash ‘jacked’ mayhem.

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User Comments (4)



SuperMarioFan1995 said:

Ah well. I guess most people aren't interested in Crash Bandicoot. To be honest, I was a big Crash fan before in the past. But now I'm not for some reason. I do know Mario's more interesting than Crash.

The idea I liked about this game was the Mojo collecting to get all of those awesome upgrades for Crash. The graphics are clean and crisp, the story is good, and the controls worked perfectly. I wonder what Sierra are doing to make another Crash Bandicoot game?

Is is me or are the mutants look ugly in this game? I also never played Crash: Mind over Mutant. It looks alot like this game. But I'm not quite sure yet. Well then, I better go. I might gonna post comments on good old retro games like Mario or Zelda. Just a shame why nobody's commenting on this great game. Sure people doesn't discover this game. But they just don't. As always... LATER.



pntjr said:

It's that Crash got ruined after Naughty Dog sold it to Radical. Now it's about mojo mutant crap. What happened to the platforming goodness?

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